Atlantic Candy Company

SEASON 8 EPISODE 4
Pitchsurprise toy enclosed in a milk chocolate casing
EntrepreneurJared Whetstone
Asked For$1,000,000 for 10%
Deal NO DEAL
SharkNO SHARK
StatusIN BUSINESS

Company Background

What is Atlantic Candy Company?

Candy is one of those things that can be made by almost anyone. But if your product is sub-par or you do not have the right structures in place, you will be quickly forgotten.

If you deliver consistency and quality and above all, offer a benefit and great experience, you will last and your list of partners will grow.

Who Owns Atlantic Candy Company?

Jared Whetstone is a 3rd generation chocolatier, who currently works as the Brand Manager for Atlantic Candy Company. His grandparents founded Whetstone Chocolates back in 1967, that was rebranded to its current name in the early 1980s.

Atlantic Candy Shark Tank Update

Did Atlantic Candy Get a Deal on Shark Tank?

On Shark Tank Season 8 Episode 4, Jared Whetstone entered the Tank seeking $$1,000,000 for 10% and left without a deal.

Is Atlantic Candy Company Still in Business?

Jared Whetstone and the Atlantic Candy Company left the Shark Tank in Season 8 with no deal, an expiring patent and legal battles surrounding leaked trade secrets. Today, the company has been back up and running for a while, selling toy-filled chocolate surprises in various locations throughout the country.

The Atlantic Candy Company from St. Augustine, Florida now boasts an impressive array of partners, clients, and a diverse manufacturing model.

What makes the Atlantic Candy Company further stand out from their competition is the robust manufacturing capacity and their BRC Food Safety Certification and top AA Ratings.

Their ToyBox chocolate surprise uses the FDA approved, Safe-Capsule design to encapsulate each toy surprise with organic, gluten-free, non-gmo milk chocolate. At $24 for a box of 12, the price is comparable to the internationally popular, Kinder Surprise Egg.

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