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Fresh Sliced Bananas! If you don't see them in our topping bar, just ask the cashier to get you some.
We offer a mix of fresh seasonal berries! Blueberries and/or blackberries are most common.
Despite the short fruiting season, Americans consume an average of 1.5 pounds of cherries each year.
The Dragon Fruit is an exotic cactus fruit that has a delicately sweet and mildly acidic flavor, reminiscent of watermelon, cactus pear, and kiwi.
Unlike carrots, Kiwi are actually good for your eyes and are sometimes referred to as "Peeper Keepers"
Pineapples take a whopping 18-20 months to become ready to harvest!
Yogurt Brothers sells more than 1,000 pounds of fresh strawberries each year!
A tart cherry-flavored gummy candy with a firm texture on the outside and a chewy-cherry center.
Created in 1937 along with the chocolate chip cookie by Ruth Graves Wakefeld
Roasted almonds covered in milk chocolate. Are you feeling nutty?
Raisins covered in a rich milk chocolate coating.
Hard shell chocolate candies designed to look like bright colored river rocks. Fun for kids of all ages.
Created in 1923 by Otto Schnering with a new receipe rolled out in 2019 by Ferrero.
Did you know Jolly Ranchers were invented in Golden, Colorado in 1949?
A chocolate-covered wafer confection which originated in the UK. World-wide there are over 200 different flavors!
Two chocolate wafers with a sweet crème filling, marketed as "Milk's favorite cookie." We crush them by hand.
Delicious fruit flavored gummy chews. Flavors include Orange, Cherry, Lemon, and Lime.
Gummy Bears originated in Germany all the way back in 1920 by the Haribo company.
Mini sized with big and bodacious flavors, these delicious Gummi Worms are featured in an assortment of 12 fabulous designs.
A crushed candy bar consisting of toffee and milk chocolate. Heath Bars were once promoted as a health bar.
M&M's need no introduction. Original colors included red, yellow, violet, green and brown.
Peanut butter cups are one of the most popular kinds of candy confection in America.
In 2019, Skittles Commercial: The Broadway Musical hit the stage in NY for one and only one performance.
In Australia, these confections are commonly known as 'chocolate freckles,' or simply 'freckles.'.
Gummy worms with a pleasant sugar coating. Not as sour as the name implies.
Sour. Sweet. Gone.
Fish shaped "Wine Gums" are chewy sweets similar to gumdrops without the sugar coating.
Debuting in 1930, white chocolate has very little caffeine compared to regular chocolate.
The largest brownie ever made used 750 lbs. of melted chocolate chips and weighed 3,000 pounds.
One of our most popular toppings! Cheesecake is delicious in any size. Enjoy.
Small bite-sized cookie dough balls. Vanilla and chocolate taste and a soft toughy texture.
A breakfast cereal originally called Rice Krinkles until being re-branded with The Flinstones.
A sweet, cinnamon-flavored cracker made with graham flour. Created by the Grahamites, an early vegetarian movement.
Kiwi juice inside a thin slighly gelatinous coating made from seaweed extract.
Do you prefer healthy over wild? Try one of our low fat yogurts, some fresh fruit, and granola. Perfect.
Mango juice inside a thin slighly gelatinous coating made from seaweed extract.
Soft and silky, with a chewy texture, these sweet rice cakes go with just about anything.
Two peanut farmers have been elected president of the USA - Virginia's Thomas Jefferson and Georgia's Jimmy Carter.
The name pretzel comes from the word "pretiola" or "little rewards."
Fruit juice inside a thin slighly gelatinous coating made from seaweed extract.
Save the bees! Almonds are 100% dependant on bees for pollination.
Strawberry juice inside a thin slighly gelatinous coating made from seaweed extract. They may look like fish food, but they're delicious
Surprise. Coconut water can be used as a substitute for blood plasma! We wouldn't recommend using sliced coconut though.
Yogurt Brothers makes our waffle cone crumble in-house! Store bought waffle cone isn't good enough for our customers.
Cream only whips at temperatures under 50 degress. Any warmer and it becomes butter.
They may look like white chocolate chips but these sweet morsels are made from yogurt!