We've had a customer request for Cranberry Orange Nut Fudge. I am thinking about how to adapt a single slab of Cranberry Nut into Cranberry Orange Nut. I do not want to swirl or layer Orange fudge with the Cranberry Nut, but rather I would like to add orange oil and maybe fresh/dried orange zest instead. Thoughts?
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What size are your ingredient labels?
Can you microwave the fudge to soften it up and add another ingredient?
What is the expiration date of the dry fudge mix, unopened?
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When we are making fudge, customers just love to walk into the back room to see the kettles and smell the aroma of the fudge.
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