Downtown Flemington’s Business Improvement District(BID) officially welcomes Candy Corral with a ribbon cutting yesterday.

Owner, Linda Kay Santander opened her boutique candy shop late October.  She features homemade chocolates, halvah almond bars, trail mixes, fourteen different gummy varieties, old time wrapped candy and all occasion chocolate favors.
 Easter is only a couple of weeks away and the shop is already complete with solid chocolate easter bunnies, Jelly Belly jelly beans and really cute, not to mention sweet Easter pops.
Additionally, Candy Corral offers coffee from a local coffee roaster. 
“The roaster grinds their coffee beans right before they deliver to ensure an extra fresh cup of coffee. Pared with our bake goods, its a great afternoon treat,” said Santander. 
All major credit cards are accepted. Gift cards, gift baskets and packaging for gifts are available year round.
Candy Corral located at 22 Main Street, between Downtown Antiques and Kries Jewelry, is opened Tuesday through Saturday 10AM to 6PM and Sunday 11-5PM, and can be reached at 908-968-3088. Like the Corral’s Facebook page and get updates on seasonal featured sweets and extended summer hours.
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Jerry Jaremenko, Kries Jewelry, BID Chairwoman Susan Peterson of Teaberry’s Tea House, Marsha Jaremenko, Kries Jewelry, Linda Kay Santander, Candy Corral owner, Bill DiTrolio, Northfields Bank and BID board member, Megan Jones-Holt, BID Executive Director and Flemington Mayor Phil Greiner.