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Boyer Candy Factory Outlet, Altoona
(4.1/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Although I did not spend a fortune, I left with a big box of Mallow Cups that did not pass the quality inspection. Just a little bit of marshmallow bubbled through the top of the candy. Candy doesn't ...  more »
  • The factory is right there but you are not able to tour it, there is a tv showing what is occurring but, you can see the same type of "action" on half those shows on the food network. This place is si...  more »
  • Not able to tour the factory outlet but have dealt with this company via their web site and on the phone. I could not have been happier with both experiences. Web site easy to use and if you do have a...  more »
Google
  • Well worth a trip if you're a Boyer Candy fan and traveling through Altoona. You can buy various Boyer novelties, and mass quantities of Mallow Cups, Dark Mallow Cups, and Butterscotch Peanut Butter Smoothies, my favorite. If you don't mind your candy being slightly smashed and otherwise imperfect, you can buy a 5 pound bag of factory defects for about $10, which is the best bang for your buck in the store.
  • If you like Mallo Cups or chocolate in general, stop by here.
  • We love the classic candy here.
  • They make good mallow cups
  • Mallo Cups are an American classic! LOVE this candy!!! Grew up in the area, and always remember my parents telling me how the building use to be a brewery in the 20's. Little bit of trivia, If you look at the building from 17th St., you can still see the brewery portion because it is made of brick. The metal portion of the building i think was added in the 70's. Also, they have a great factory store that is hidden by the dock.