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Craving something sweet? Chaney's is the place for you! Chaney's offers some of the best candies such as: Russell Stover, See's and Dinstuhl's. End that craving and indulge a little bit.
In 1923, Russell and Clara Stover began a candy business in their home in Denver, Colorado. The original candy, marketed as "Mrs. Stover's Bungalow Candies," changed about 20 years later to Russell Stover Candies. The Stovers established principles that were successful then and are still carefully followed today. The three principles of quality, service and value allow Russell Stover Candies to remain "Only the Finest."
The candy company born in a bungalow candy shop now sells in over 45 company-owned retail shops throughout the United States and Canada, and at over 70,000 drug stores, card and gift shops, grocery stores, department stores and retail stores throughout all 50 states and over 20 countries around the world.
The Dinstuhl Family has been making quality candies in Memphis for five generations starting with Charles Martin, Sr. in 1902. Charles Martin, Jr. joined his father in the early 1920's. They worked together to provide Memphians with the Finest Candies until the late 1920's when Charles Martin, Sr. retired. Edward Eugene, in his early teens, joined his father to help during WWII.
Several years later, Gene received personal instruction from two prominent New York Candy Makers. It was at this time he added new and exciting recipes to his Grandfather's collection. In 1970 the fourth generation Gary Eugene, joined his father and grandfather in perfecting the art of Candy Making. In the late 1970's Charles Martin, Jr. retired leaving Edward Eugene and Gary to lead the company into a tremendous time of growth.
In 1983, leaving a 200 square foot facility at the Laurelwood Shopping Center, the existing 11,000 square foot "Candy Kitchen" began operation. With this facility Dinstuhl's Fine Candy Company has been able to provide more candy but as high in quality as back in 1902.
In the past few years Edward Eugene's grandson Andrew Dinstuhl has become involved in the business. This fifth generation candymaker is currently in charge of making the candy and is learning more about the business day by day. Even today, it is still possible to find one of the Dinstuhl's in the kitchen "Cookin up a batch!"
When Charles See arrived in Los Angeles from Canada in 1921 to try his hand at the confection business, he decided that no image would better reflect the personality of his fledgling venture than that of his mother. Apart from using her recipes as a foundation, See knew that keeping things in the family was the only way to bring about the kind of lovingly crafted product he desired. See along with his mother and his wife, Florence, opened the first See's Candies shop and kitchen on Western Avenue in Los Angeles in November of 1921. The sparkling clean, black and white shop was designed to resemble Mary See's home kitchen.
See's grew steadily from that first shop in Los Angeles to twelve shops by the mid-1920's and thirty shops during the depression.Mary See died in 1939 at the age of 85, but the company's ability to adjust to changing times - without abandoning the passion for quality and service that Mary See represented - kept it going strong throughout the decades to come. In 1972, the See's family sold the company to Berkshire Hathaway Inc., presided over by Chairman Warren Buffett and Vice Chairman Charles Munger. Utilizing his philosophy of acquiring solid companies where he could follow his "hands off" policy, Warren Buffett installed Charles N. Huggins as President and CEO.
Charles Huggins dedicated himself to the continuance of the company he joined in 1951, guiding it with the old-fashioned values set by Charles See until his retirement at the end of 2005. He is succeeded by current See's President and CEO, Brad Kinstler, a longtime Berkshire Hathaway team member. Today, "California's Famous Old Time Candies®" are sold in over two hundred shops throughout the West, a true sign of their enduring popularity. And, to this day, Charles See's living motto, "Quality Without Compromise®" continues to guide the company.