Expected more of a working factory to tour. There was no product in production. Nothing to watch just pointed to machine and told what they should do if working right. To begin tour, old, faded pictures representing where coca comes from; trees, bean pods, then processed into powder, liquor, etc but not here. The coca is processed by another company and turned into chocolate block that Patsy's purchases and melts to form their over prices chocolate. Then a mostly cleaned kitchen is the next stop. No gloves, hair nets, or jackets necessary by visitors to walk through plant. The candy tables still had same leftover pieces of candies on them. Employees working on boxing candy for an order for the Broadmoor hotel. Statement that all candy hand wrapped. Employees were unwrapping mis-wrapped candy done by machine. Also no one was wearing food handler gloves as they wrapped and unwrapped the candy. At end of tour, given a sample of their salt water taffy and Carmel popcorn. Tastes just like the other companies. Not sure why this place so special. I find Hershey candy factory more interesting and sanitary.
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