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Does anyone know where I can find Annaclairs candy?? They used to sell these at an old fashioned candy counter in May Cohen's department stores in Florida....any idea's ??? Thanks

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  1. I haven't thought about those things in years....they were one of my mother's favorites. Try googling Annaclairs - it looks like they are several online sources. Good luck.

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    1. re: LindaH

      There is a site for

      VermontCountryStore.com

      They advertise the annaclairs, but I believe they are on back order status as of now.

      We used to buy they at May Cohens in Jacksonville. We also loved the large chocolate covered strawberries they sold.

      Happy Holidays

      1. re: Cindy A

        I also found them here:
        www.econfections.com

        But I haven't ordered them yet. Just getting ready to!

        We always had them around the house at Christmas time and I can't wait to taste them again.

    2. I'm looking for them too. They used to come in dark and milk chocolate boxes (sometimes mixed). They had a soft white center with nuts in the chocolate which coated the whole piece. I believe they were made by Price candy co but so far I haven't found direct evidence of the company, Is this the candy you remember also? Dave

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      1. re: Dave Halling

        I am also looking for annaclairs. Any ideas?

        1. Here is their number. 1 800 821 3008, they will ship direct to you.

          1. You may not still be interested in this but Sweet Shop USA out of Mount Pleasant TX carries this product. I remember buying them from Striplings in Fort Worth, TX, but that was another time and another story :)

            1. Crabpatti: I just found out that the Book Nook on University Boulevard in Lakewood carries Annaclairs. They have a nice size box for $16. My father used to "customize" boxes for my mother, daughter and me for Christmas. What a treat!!