Carolina Blue out to Richwood, on which resides the Candy Box.
In this case, she turned out to be really welcoming and helpful. I always thought they made the chocolates here, but most are made in Cherry Hill by Bayard's (the chocolate pretzels on that site are getting me excited). There are several packed-full cases, and the shelves behind her have even more bite-size items that she'll hand-pick for you.
My main memory is of the interior being dark, cool and with a green carpet. And of buying 'irish potatoes', which are sweetened coconut balls rolled in cinnamon. As you can see from the pictures, either the store has changed completely or I have no idea what I'm on about. I know which I think is true.
irish potatoes are a seasonal item (who knew? as well as, of course, being from Philadelphia, not Ireland, and containing no potato.). I gravitated toward the almond butter crunch as a replacement, but we also picked up some chocolate-covered marshmallows. It's perfectly good stuff, especially when you consider the low, low prices.
Because it's quantity that matters, my friends.