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OUR STORY

Grandpa Joe's Candy Company was created to honor my father’s family tradition of making carnival confections back in the 30's, 40's and 50's.


Our Carnival Style Caramel Corn is a delicate balance of crisp popcorn and seductive homemade caramel made using an original family recipe that is over 75 years old.


Our Cotton Candy Floss is made in the traditional way but with organic sugar and natural and artificial flavoring and coloring ingredients. We still use the time honored techniques passed down through the generations recreating the nostalgic childhood memories we all have come to enjoy from this wonderful fluffy treat.


We hope you enjoy all of our time-honored products over and over again and share them with all of your friends and family.  Thank you very much for your business.


Thank You for Your Business!!

Press

Maui No Ka Oi magazine (May-June 2018, pg 24) - View magazine here

MauiWatch.com (May 18, 2018) - View article here

In the spirit of inclusion, celebrating the beauty of diversity and the uniqueness of each and every child, this spectacular and colorful explosion the Color Festival Hawaii event will feature energetic, nonstop, live music for dancing from DJ Boomshot, Eric Gilliom and Band, Shea Butter & The Cream, and the Yum Yum Beasts.

Also enjoy special guest performances from singers, actors, and stage celebrities, Teal Wicks and Matt Doyle, all leading up to moment the entire audience participates in the throwing of colors!

Food from Maui’s best will be available including Outrigger Pizza, Three’s Bar & Grill,Star Anise Indian Cuisine, Cake Maui, Grandpa Joe’s and Cream B!

Family fun activities featuring Maui Tumblers, Maui Island Mermaids PhotoBooth, Glitter Tattoos and Balloon Twisting by Balloon Twist Maui, and Henna from Maui Mobile Spa.

Imua Family Services is proud to bring to Maui the Color Festival Hawaii as a fundraiser and a friend-raiser, a family-friendly gathering, and a place for all children to be included.

Tickets: $20 (includes 1 color pack); $25 (includes 3 color packs); $15 keiki age 6-16 (includes 1 color pack), FREE for keiki up to 5 years (plus applicable fees).

Visit imuafamilyservices.org/c… for complete details.

Proceeds will benefit Imua Family Services. Imua’s mission is to, “Empower children and their families to reach their full potential.” Our programs and staff assist children and their families overcome developmental learning challenges in their most critical formative years using play-based instruction designed to help them move forward.

Maui Now - Online Magazine (August 4, 2017,) - View article here

Held on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month, the Market at The Shops supports local business owners on Maui by providing a place for the community to find, connect and learn about farm-fresh and sustainably grown produce, specialty food products and artisanal goods available direct from the source.

This month, the Market will be held on Aug. 9 and 23, from 4 to 6 p.m.

“The concept began as a farmers’ market and has since evolved into an exciting marketplace featuring specialty goods,” said Brian Yano, general manager of The Shops at Wailea. “We are proud to connect our guests with community business owners, artisans and entrepreneurs, while supporting local nonprofits.”

New vendors this month include Avita Natural Products, Maui Raw, Kumu Scratch, Get Real Desserts, Pono Maui, Grandpa Joe’s Candy Company LLC, Lucky Rice Arts, Niu Food Co., Natto Kimchee, Kaptured Moments, That’s A Wrap and Surfing Monkey Shave Ice. Additional vendors include Kumu Farms, Maui Olive Company, Cupcake Ladies Catering Co., Blue Door Bread Company, HI Spice, Maverick Events, Grown on Maui to name a few.

“In addition to the vendors from previous months, we are excited for guests to experience all that our new vendors are bringing to the Market — everything from grass-fed, slow cooked bone broth to locally sourced and crafted leather handbags and jewelry,” added Yano.

Four-hour special event parking validations will be available for $5 with a portion of the proceeds to benefit Assistance Dogs of Hawaii. 

Maui News - Online (December 6, 2016,) - View article here

Maui Ocean Center, The Aquarium of Hawaii invites the community to enjoy a fun-filled holiday shopping and charity event from 6 to 9 tonight to raise funds for  select nonprofit organizations.

Event attendees will have the unique opportunity to explore the aquarium exhibits at night, shop, dine and meet local vendors and nonprofit organizations.

The evening features live performances by the cast and crew of Maui OnStage’s “Mary Poppins: The Broadway Musical” and King Kekaulike Jazz Band, underwater dive presentations and photo opportunities with Santa Claus.

Door prizes will be awarded throughout the evening while supplies last.

Shoppers at Maui Ocean Treasures will receive 30 percent off all items excluding Alex and Ani and Pandora jewelry as well as existing sale items. The gift store will donate 15 percent of Alex and Ani jewelry sales to the Friends of the Children’s Justice Center of Maui.

Locally made products and samples will be available to purchase from Maui vendors including the Olinda Olive Orchard, Maui Olive Company, Kula Coffee Estate, Grandpa Joe’s Candy Company, Waikapu Pickles, Moku Pua and more.

Seascape Maalaea Restaurant will be open from 5 to 8:30 p.m. with a select menu. Additional food and refreshments will be available to purchase at the aquarium’s Reef Cafe.

Event-goers will be able to meet several Maui nonprofit organizations benefiting from the evening festivities including the Friends of the Children’s Justice Center of Maui, NOAA Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary, Maui School Garden Network, Hale Makua Health Services,  Imua Family Services, Maui Nui Botanical Gardens and Na Aikane ‘O Maui.

Event admission is $5 with the donation of two canned food items to the Maui Food Bank (to be collected at the park entrance). Full admission price is $7. Children younger than 3 enter for free.

Reservations are not necessary, just go to the park entrance to pay.

Seascape Maalaea also features pau hana from 5 to 7 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays with half-price appetizers, $2.50 draft beer and $4 glasses of wine. For more details, call Seascape at 270-7068.

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