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Fluffy’s Candy plans April opening in north Spokane

UPDATED: Fri., Jan. 17, 2020

A new candy store is opening in north Spokane that will offer homemade caramels, marshmallows, chocolates, gummy bears and various other treats.

Taylor Gano filed an application with the city to renovate a 2,700-square-foot space at 9502 N. Newport Highway for Fluffy’s Candy.

It will be Gano and his wife’s first venture into operating a retail store.

The store’s concept will be similar to See’s Candies, with various premium candy sold in bulk and a line of hard-to-find “nostalgic candy,” Gano said.

Gano’s wife will sell her homemade chocolates, caramel and marshmallows in flavors such as huckleberry, vanilla, cookies and cream .

“We want it to be a fun experience,” Gano said. “We want a store that grandma and grandpa can take their grandkids to, and we want it to be an experience for the whole family.”

A special feature in the store will be a couple of 5-foot-tall fiberglass gummy bears, which will make for the perfect Instagram photo opportunity, Gano said.

Fluffy’s Candy is expected to be open April 1.

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