Fannie May online offerings recover after warehouse fire
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Fannie May Candy was expanding its online offerings Tuesday afternoon after limiting options because of a warehouse fire in Northeast Ohio.
The candy company was accepting online orders for many of its biggest sellers Tuesday afternoon. The company had limited online orders to chocolate-dipped strawberries after a warehouse and distribution center in Maple Heights, Ohio, was destroyed by fire on Thanksgiving day. No one was injured.
“We are now able to take orders for a number of our Fannie May Fine Chocolate favorites for the holidays,” the company said in an updated post on its website.
“We are shipping products to our retail stores and they are fully stocked,” said Yanique Woodall, a spokeswoman for Fannie May parent 1-800 Flowers.com Inc.
Fannie May makes its chocolates in North Canton, Ohio.