Master Cases

POP Displays

Is the wick edible?

The wick is paraffin-coated natural cotton. After singing, wishing and blowing, there is only a nub of wick left to remove. Plucking it out or eating around both work. Paraffin is FDA approved (and often used to coat fruit).

How long does the candle burn?

The flame lasts about 55 seconds (noted on package) - plenty of time to sing, but not enough time to dance around the house. We recommend lighting when the celebrant is photo ready. If the wick is not blown out, the flame will self-extinguish. The chocolate gets tacky on top but does not melt into a puddle. 

When will my order ship?

As soon as possible. Due to the increasingly unpredictable climate, if we check your zip code (and ours) and it’s crazy blazes, we wait for a Monday or Tuesday to avoid weekend transit. We ship wholesale orders primarily UPS, but sometimes FedEx or USPS. Please follow the tracking number and open box ASAP.

Is there a shelf-life?

Approximately 9 months – 1 year.  To provide the longest shelf life, we keep limited inventory.  Forecasting is an imperfect science, and occasionally we run out of one or more patterns.  We will contact you about substitutions or delays and appreciate your understanding.

Any tips for selling, displaying and/or storing?

Chocolate candles to light and eat are likely unfamiliar to your customers. The countertop display is a helpful educational tool, as is a verbal introduction. These candles are delicious, fun, and giftable – talk them up! If your shop is very sunny, or ovens are nearby, place the display and excess inventory away from heat.

Are they Vegan? Kosher? Made in a nut-free facility?

We wish we could say yes, but for now Let Them Eat Candles are manufactured in a non-Kosher facility using equipment that processes Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Milk, Egg, Wheat, Dairy and Soy products.  For a product ingredient list, click here.

Still have questions? We can help!

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Bob Michelson,, 847-867-5300
Loree Sandler,, 847-999-8743