For me, one of the things I love to do for my family is their stockings I look so forward to being able to make it personal for them. They all have different tastes, so making their stockings up is so fun. They all love cookies and of course hard candies as well as chocolate.
This year we will be stuffing their stockings with Russell Stover, chocolate will be something special for them, from Santa hats to trees and so much more.
Calling all chocoholics! Russell Stover’s three most-loved holiday flavors all in one generous bag. Enjoy individually wrapped creamy caramel covered in milk chocolate, luscious vanilla marshmallow drenched in milk chocolate, and aromatic, crunchy peppermint bark.
Sweet and creamy, our marshmallow Santa coated in rich milk chocolate. Perfect for stuffing into Christmas stockings!
This Santa is a wonderful treat for coconut fans. Sweet coconut cream drenched in smooth dark chocolate. A mouthwatering combination!
Stockings allow gift givers to be creative and thoughtful without the limitations of a traditionally wrapped present. What’s more, stuffing stockings can be super fun to plan, shop for and assemble. Everything you want and need you can get from stover, they have such a great selection of stocking stuffers.
A delicious solid milk chocolate candy bar with hilarious holiday-themed messages to share this Christmas season. There are many holiday candies to choose from.
Russell Stover’s contributions to the business went further than his boxed treats. His technical achievements included a patent for dipping tables and a process he called Zephyr Freeze. During World War II he chaired the Washington Committee of the National Confectioners Association. In 1946 he received the industry’s Oscar equivalent, the Candy Kettle Award. At the time of his death at 66 in Miami on May 11, 1954, his Kansas City-based company was producing 11 million pounds of candy a year, selling it in 40 Stover outlets and across the counter in another 2,000 department stores.
Over the years the Russell Stover story has been eclipsed by the Russell Stover candy and the heart-shaped boxes, a fact the originator would probably have enjoyed. Four plants, including one in Montrose, Colorado, still produce the internationally known goodies, the legacy of a man who came out West seeking the sweet smell of success.