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Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

Holiday Treats

Now available

Make Someone’s Holiday Sweeter!

  • With plates of classic holiday treats, being home for the holidays has never been so sweet.
  • Choose from peppermint candy, Hot Chocolate Bombs, nut clusters of every sort, chocolate-covered strawberries, and oh, so much more!
  • Stop by to load up on your holiday treats, for you or for someone you love!

Chocolate Covered Strawberries


Nut Clusters

Holiday items may vary. Shop in-store for best selection.
About Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
Frank Crail had a dream­ to raise a family in a quiet, small town environment. Not having a plan to support his dream in Durango, Colorado, the quaint Victorian-era town in which they had chosen to settle, he began surveying the town’s local residents and merchants. “It came down to either a car wash or a chocolate shop,” recalls the father of seven. “I think I made the right choice.” Today, a Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory shop still stands on Main Street, with its sights and smells tempting tourists and locals alike to experience a cornucopia of chocolate-y treats before taking a breathtaking ride on the scenic Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad or after a half-day white water rafting trip through town. Twenty-one years later, it’s grown a bit from that tiny shop downtown. It expanded into a 53,000 square foot factory located on the town’s outskirts, built to supply hundreds of franchised stores throughout the United States and the world. What is the recipe that has driven the company to success over the years?
Quality Products, Quality People
“The number one factor is the quality of the product,” says President and CEO Crail. “Without that, customers aren’t going to stay around long.” As a testament, Crail proudly points to a page from Money magazine mounted on his office wall which features Rocky Mountain Chocolate winning the coveted 3-heart rating in a blind taste test. The candy maker’s chocolate beat out See’s Candies, Perugina, Teuscher, Godiva and Fanny May for the “richest chocolate, with intense natural flavor.”
“We also have a great marketing advantage with our unique in-store candy making demonstrations,” Crail adds. “Customers smell caramel or fudge bubbling in a traditional copper kettle on a gas-fired stove. They can watch the cook spin a skewered apple in the hot caramel, or watch fudge being made before their eyes. That’s what people remember most about the experience.”
Crail also gives credit to the growing number of independent franchise operators that bought into his concept. “They are the ones that really make this company a success,” he remarks. Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory continues to claim high marks in surveys that rate various franchise opportunities.
Old Fashioned Treats, Upscale Gifts
The company also offers a variety of packaged candies in traditional boxes, decorative tins and bags, that are perfect for gift giving, holiday time and special occasions. Store operators are happy to prepare special requests for fundraising, corporate gifts or catering for weddings or other special events.
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Holiday Treats


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