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Captain Candy’s ships travel all over Europe (from Spain to Germany, from Sweden to Italy) to the very best suppliers for candy. All you have to do is look at the barrel or the box and that will tell you where the particular candy has sailed from.
As we pirates say, “You can find the answer to everything in a barrel”. In this case not actually in the barrel, but on the barrel. The candy’s shelf life is written on each of them.
In the same way as supplies on pirate expeditions - if possible in dry and cold conditions
Although pirates often lived outside the law, everything’s all right here. It’s called “free sale” and doesn’t break hygiene rules in any way. It’s like when you put bread in a bag in a port’s “super” market…
We are a Czech company although we have docked with Captain Candy in other countries too.
Unfortunately, it’s not possible for hygiene reasons. But don’t be afraid to ask our crews in the stores – they will be happy to help you find the exact taste you are looking for.
The old pirate rule states that “tongs belong on a barrel”. What’s more, here too we respect the law which doesn’t see any problem with this.
So far we have dropped anchor in four places in Prague and we have two harbours each in Dubrovnik in Croatia and in Venice in Italy. And we are planning more expeditions!
You can bet your life on it! Captain Candy will soon be available as a franchise.
Pirates must have some secrets. And that’s why we’ll leave it to you to guess. ;)
Not even the famous sorceress from the Island of Crystal Balls could answer that. Everyone chooses whatever suits their taste and the best-selling candy often changes. If you look at the barrels in the stores you will find out more.
From Monday to Friday we take in every traveller from 10 in the morning till 11 at night. At weekends between 10 o’clock in the morning and midnight. You can look in detail here. here.
Because there’s no need. ;) The price per 100 g is uniform for the entire selection and you will always find it written in the store.