For more than 30 years Lynne Marie’s Candies was located off Highway 27 in the Hayward development once known as Windmill Square. There the store built a loyal clientele who loved the hand-dipped chocolates, award-winning fudge and mold-shaped sweet holiday themed treats.

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Lynne Marie Lindquist holds a 3-pound gift box of hand-dipped chocolates.

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The new location on Main Street has a feel of a traditional candy store with ornate tin wall and ceiling tiles, oak cabinets, several shelves of candies and preparation areas to watch workers make hand-dipped chocolates, caramels and fudge.

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New for this Christmas is a molded chocolate Santa.


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Co-owner Kelly Lindquist pours molten caramel on a flat sheet for cooling.

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These hand-dipped almond toffees glisten with an almond nut on top.


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