Red Kite Candy

 Dark Chocolate and Milk Chocolate Toffee

Dark Chocolate and Milk Chocolate Toffee

Red Kite Candy

Locally Inspired
Bradford, VT

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www.redkitecandy.com

Get to Know Them
Candy with a Conscience

"We're proud of our candy and the way we do things.  We place a great deal of importance on sourcing local and organic ingredients, on environmentally responsible practices and on doing the right thing for our customers and our community.

Just about everybody asks, “Why Red Kite?” Simply put, it is a symbol of my time spent flying kites with my late brother, who patiently helped me get my kite up and flying before his so many times. It is a reminder to me of where I come from, and what values I want to always bring to Red Kite Candy — simplicity, honesty, and fun."

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