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Coming Soon: Candy Addict on Mill Avenue

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What are we so excited about over here at Chow Bella? Candy!

No, not just Halloween treats. There's going to be a new candy store in town. Candy Addict is coming soon to downtown Tempe -- a family-owned candy store near ASU at 414 Mill Avenue. They will carry over 1000 varieties of candy to suit every palate along with candy themed accessories, a la Dylan's Candy Bar, perhaps?

The website says they will offer tastings. Stay tuned for the opening date and more details.

Get your fix for now online at: www.candy-addict.com


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