Sweetz & More is proud to announce the opening of its newest location, April 1 in Wiscasset. With 8,100 square feet of pure sweetness, Sweetz & More is New England's largest sweet shop.
Visitors to Sweetz & More can indulge in 835 varieties of retro glass bottle soda, 550 pouches of bulk candy, 300 baskets of pick-a-mix candy, 48 flavors of Jelly Belly gourmet jelly beans, 80 flavors of salt water taffy, 48 flavors of cotton candy, 100-plus PEZ characters, 30 flavors of ice cream, and 28 sweet and savory variations of popcorn. Sweetz & More is a must-visit destination for anyone with a sweet tooth.
The store also offers candies from around the world including spicy candy from Mexico, chocolates from Europe, gummies from Germany, and sweet confections from Japan.
Sweetz & More features an extensive selection of Maine maple products, gifts and souvenirs, making it the perfect destination for locals and tourists alike. The store offers something for everyone, from classic sweets to the latest trends. Visitors can indulge in their favorite candy or try something new.
"We are thrilled to bring Sweetz & More to the Wiscasset community, and to be filling the void left behind by the closure of Big Al’s Super Values,” said owner Steve Jackson. “We're excited to offer our customers a one-of-a-kind shopping experience filled with delicious treats and unique gift items.”
Sweetz & More is at 298 Bath Road, (Route 1) Wiscasset, next to Big Al’s Fireworks Outlet. Sweetz & More will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sweetz & More offers a wide variety of sweets, treats and unique gift items. With four locations in New Hampshire and now one in Maine, Sweetz & More is dedicated to making the world a sweeter place, one customer at a time.
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