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GoodyTwos Toffee Company Moving to Bigger Location

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You can't tie down this toffee. So says Donna Gabrilson and Stacey Barnes, the mother-daughter team behind GoodyTwos Toffee Company, the sweet shop of small batch toffee creations like the Sweet and Salty and the Cinnfully Hazelicious. Today, the two made the announcement that GoodyTwos has outgrown its current space at 10953 North Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard in Scottsdale and is moving to bigger digs.

Set to open in mid-October, the new Scottsdale address on 6990 East Shea Boulevard (former home of the Herb Box Catering Company and Epicurean Marketplace), will feature a bigger kitchen, production area, toffee shop, and office spaces.

Need one last toffee fix before the move? GoodTwos will be open this week only at the old location.

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