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Valentine’s Day Chocolates from Wockenfuss

Valentine’s Day ChocolatesValentine’s Day is closer than you think. And unless you want to spend your Valentine’s Day in the dog house, it is important to buy the perfect gift – maybe some delicious Valentine’s Day Chocolates– for that special someone in your life.

Valentine’s Day Chocolates from Wockenfuss

Wockenfuss is a family owned business, now in its fifth generation of candy-making. As a family owned business, and one of the oldest candy makers in Baltimore, we know what it takes to make a great Valentine’s Day. So let us help make your special day even more special.

Wockenfuss carries a wide variety of Valentine’s Day candies, from milk chocolate and dark chocolate foil hearts to milk chocolate nonpareil heart flats, milk chocolate lady bugs, and more. And don’t forget about our hand-packed assorted chocolates. Yum! Best of all, each and every one of our Valentine’s Day candies is available online. Simply hover over “Seasonal” and choose from our selection of holiday goodies.

Please allow 3-6 business days for shipping.

Why Valentine’s Day Chocolates? How Did the Tradition Begin?

There are two primary presents associated with Valentine’s Day: flowers and, more importantly, chocolates. But why? How did this tradition begin? Well, according to some historians you can thank the Aztecs, who once referred to chocolate as the “food of the gods.” Then, when Christopher Columbus discovered America, he liked chocolate so much that he brought it back with him to Spain. This new delicacy quickly made its way throughout European aristocracy, before making its way to the masses.

However, it was not until 1861 that Richard Cadbury created the first ever heart-shaped box for Valentine’s Day, forever linking everyone’s favorite romantic holiday with everyone’s favorite tasty treat. The rest, as they say, is history.

Valentine’s Day Fun Facts

  1. While women purchase most of the chocolate 364 days a year (75%), the complete opposite is true on Valentines, when men account for about 75% of all chocolate sales.
  2. The average yearly Valentine’s Day spending comes in at a whopping $18.6 Billion. People will spend $1.6 Billion on chocolates and candies, $1.9 Billion on flowers, and $4.4 Billion on jewelry.
  3. Approximately 151 Million Valentine’s Day cards will be exchanged this February 14th.
  4. The average person spends $130.97 annually on Valentine’s Day

If you have any questions about Valentine’s Day Chocolates from Wockenfuss, please contact Wockenfuss Candies by calling 1-800-296-4414 or email When you’re not savoring our sweets, stay satisfied by following us on FacebookTwitterGoogle+, and Pinterest!

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