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Yes, when you are filling in the billing/shipping information you will have an opportunity to write a note that will be included in the order. The person receiving the gift will not see the price paid but will know who it came from.
We do recommend for greatest taste and texture that you enjoy the toffee and chocolates immediately. Your toffee should remain fresh for about one week unrefrigerated. However, refrigerating your goods will add three to six months of shelf life, while freezing the candies gives them up to a year or more for you to ration and enjoy!
Refrigeration is necessary to ensure the nuts remain at peak freshness; however, candies that contain nuts will retain their delicious quality for up to three or four weeks non-refrigerated.
We have found that the candy will maintain its proper quality when the temperature is 82 or below. The main issue is when it actually arrives to the household. If the mail carrier places the box in the sun or in the oversize package hold the candy heats up quickly. Your order is coming from Wisconsin on a plane. If you are debating ordering during the summer, call or email us. I will track the weather and see if shipping will be an option. If I say its OK to ship and the candy arrives in less then perfect condition, I will refund your money, simple as that.
Yes, technology today is built around SSL 256 bit encryption. When your Credit Card is authorized a direct link to the processor is established. Before any data is sent it is first wrapped in 256 bit encryption. This keeps third-party sites and eyes out of the process.
No, the Internet has different tax reporting requirements then traditional retail outlets. I encourage you to research your own State’s requirements.
No, that would only make the price go up. We strive to keep the prices low for our customers.
It’s quite simple – more than one pound will fit in a box, so the more you order the cheaper the overall cost is. Please see Shipping Rates
Erik Wesner wrote a book called Success Made Simple. Erik’s book provides an in-depth examination of why over 95% of Amish businesses succeed. Additional information on the Amish can be viewed on a blog written by Erik www.amishamerica.com I read Erik’s book prior to my first meeting with the Amish. An Amish business person is someone who is always trying to learn. Had I not read Erik’s book I would not of understood when the Amish family asked me, within a few minutes of meeting, if there were things they could do better. I was prepared thanks to Success Made Simple.
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