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Sweet Treats to Benefit the Environment

The Osprey is a type of bird that is sometimes known as a sea hawk, fish eagle or a fish hawk. The Osprey can be found in a variety of habitats as long as it is near a body of water that provides it with an adequate food supply. In Maryland, Ospreys can often be found nesting on the Chesapeake Bay. The Osprey commonly feeds on fish but here at Wockenfuss Candies, we have a new twist.

At Wockenfuss Candies, instead of a traditional Osprey nest fashioned out of twigs, we have created our own sweet version with pretzel pieces covered in milk chocolate and topped with a malted milk egg. Talk about delicious!

Aside from being a joy to your taste buds, our delicious Osprey nests also help protect the environment. Part of the proceeds from each sale goes to support the Maryland Coastal Bays Program. That means funds will go toward planting rain gardens, restoring waterways, caring for threatened species of birds, or safeguarding seals.

The delicious Osprey nest is sold at all of our Wockenfuss Candies locations in Ocean City:

  1. 1st Street and the Boardwalk
  2. 7th Street and the Boardwalk
  3. The White Marlin Mall in West Ocean City

Make sure to stop in and pick up one today!  Or call and we can ship them to you 1-888-282-0314.

Here at Wockenfuss, we are all about delighting your taste buds with our sweet treats. Since 1915, we have been spreading the joy that sweet treats can bring around Maryland and beyond. Why not try some salt water taffy on a warm summer day? This delicious treat reminds us of summer at the beach. Visit our website for more delicious goodies and tasty treats.

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