Valentine's Day has now come and gone, but it doesn't mean you still can't get some locally made chocolate and other goodies.


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    Fannie Rose Candy Shop

    Located in the heart of Downtown Duluth at 103 E Superior St, Fannie Rose has delicious popcorn, truffles, fine chocolates, and nostalgic candy.  So whether you are looking for an individual snack or enough sweets to show how much you love your significant other, Fannie Rose has you covered.

    Ian Redmond - TSM Duluth
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    Hepzibah's Sweet Shoppe

    This weirdly named candy shoppe is named for Hepzibah J. Merritt, a hard working little lady who helped establish the first settlement in Oneota Territory (now called West Duluth, MN). Hepzibah's is in the DeWitt-Seitz Marketplace building in Canal Park. The shoppe has  chocolates, fudge, licorice and  if you don't want locally made chocolates, they do have many imported items as well.

    Ian Redmond - TSM Duluth
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    Sweeden Sweets

    The lone Superior location on the list is Sweeden Sweets at 601 Tower Avenue. The family has been making sweets for years and has decided to open up their own sweets shop. They have chocolates, fudge, popcorn, taffy and even has their own ice cream parlor with ice cream and waffle cones made in store.

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