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Closed: GoodyTwos Toffee Company in Scottsdale

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As of Saturday, February 15, GoodyTwos Toffee Company, the north Scottsdale spot specializing in toffee candy has shut its doors for good.

Donna Gabrilson and Stacey Barnes, the mother-daughter team behind the confection company, moved their shop to the location at 6990 E Shea Blvd in 2011 after outgrowing a smaller space at 10953 North Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard.

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The good news is that you'll still be able to order all your favorite GoodyTwos treats online or by phone -- and GoodyTwos ships worldwide and also offers local delivery, so your sweet fix is never really that far away. You can also pick up GoodyTwo's Traditional & Sweet & Salty Toffee at Bodega in Scottsdale.

Goodytwos makes twelve flavors of toffee, six "Crunch-Cozy" or traditional varieties and six "Oh No You Didn't" or contemporary types. On the traditional side you'll find options like Crème de la Crunch with pecans, almonds, coffee liqueur and white chocolate, as well as Twozels, which features clusters of pretzels, kettle corn, and roasted almonds with toffee and milk and white chocolate.

The "Oh No You Didn't" lineup includes Nutty-Twist with macadamia nuts, almonds, lime, white chocolate, and tequila.

For more information check out the GoodyTwos website or call 1-877-865-7476.

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