Quality Candy, Gifts, and Chocolates Since 1938

For five generations, Stutz has prided itself on making top-quality homemade chocolate, fudge and other delicious treats at its three stores in Bucks County and South Jersey. Eighty years have passed since we opened our doors, and we’re still committed to making chocolate the old-fashioned way.

Visit our Old-Style Candy Shop near Hulmeville PA

You’ll find Stutz’s brick-and-mortar candy shops at three locations in the Philadelphia area:

  • Warrington, at 1354 Easton Road (or Route 611)
  • Hatboro, at 400 S. Warminster Road.
  • Ship Bottom, NJ, at 2504 Long Beach Island

But you can also visit us online, where our digital store lets you order boxed chocolate, fudge, peanut brittle and other treats.

And if you are in our area, remember that there’s nothing like an in-person visit to one of our candy shops. Once inside, you’ll find an almost overwhelming display of gift boxes, delectable milk and dark chocolate and seasonal treats.

What we sell at our candy shop near Hulmeville PA

Visitors to our stores will find

  • Boxed Chocolates: Dark chocolate and milk chocolates
  • Rich and creamy chocolate truffles
  • Personalized Milk Chocolate Molds
  • Chocolate Covered Pretzels
  • Salt Water Taffy
  • Chocolate Fudge
  • Nuts and Peanut Brittle
  • Candy Gift Boxes & Gift Towers
  • Seasonal Candy and Treats

 Corporate Orders & Gifts near Hulmeville

When your vendors or customers get a gift from Stutz, it will be a gift they remember and savor, whether it’s one of our personalized chocolate business cards – with your company’s logo or name – or our pyramids or towers, which contain an inviting mix of chocolate, nuts and other treats. And if your business isn’t near one of our stores, don’t worry. We can deliver candy to anyone anywhere in the U.S.

 About Hulmeville— Bucks County, PA

Situated along the eastern bank of the Neshaminy Creek, Hulmeville is home to 1,000 individuals as per the 2010 census. The Hulmeville Historic District, which contains 103 residential, commercial, and institutional buildings, is listed on the National Register of Historic places. Interstate 95, which runs to the east of Hulmeville, connects the town with Philadelphia and other outlying towns. Originally founded by John Hulme and his family, the earliest known settlers in the area, the town was officially named after the founding of its post office. The town expanded rapidly over the years; today, it is home to an estimated 1,000 individuals as of 2014. The median income per household is estimated $55,259 annually.