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Noun1.candymaker - someone who makes candies and other sweetscandymaker - someone who makes candies and other sweets
maker, shaper - a person who makes things
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If fourth-generation candymaker Rachel Sweet-Martin succeeds her father Tony as president and CEO of Sweet Candy Company, the Salt Lake firm will have accomplished a milestone achieved only three times in 100 tries among family-owned businesses.
Undoubtedly he was the one who was publicly known as a confettiere or candymaker, but the wife of Guglielmo Rossi, Ginevra, was clearly instrumental in the operation of the family business, or at least that is the view the gri eved widower presented to authorities as he tried to get compensation for his loss from those he blamed for his wife's premature death.
Nicholas Appert (1750-1841), a French candymaker and chef, had long struggled with the problem of food spoilage.
Well, head candymaker Jill Demeny swirls artisan honey from Algiers, La.
a fifth-generation candymaker and current Managing Director of the Thailand Jelly Belly plant, recalls the decision:
Candymaker Mars (+2%) places second at 87, but its score is well ahead of chocolate rivals Hershey (-2%) and Nestle (unchanged) at 84.
Customize candy: Find a candymaker that will inscribe little heart candies with your messages.
candymaker Jelly Belly, for a Microsoft Dynamics CRM deployment; and
Chocolat'' stars Juliette Binoche as a candymaker who shakes up a quiet French village during Lent, getting its residents to talk about forbidden fruits and savor them.
Some recommendations: Look for veteran candymaker Louise Goff hand-dipping bonbons in the window of Sweetness & Light (554 Main).
Candymaker Hershey has been seeing heavy options volume lately that is rumored to be related to takeover speculation or surrounding a possible joint venture with Nestle.
In mid-July, the nation's largest candymaker said profit dropped 96% during the quarter because of costs to transform production lines and lift flat sales.