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Goetze's Candy Company

United States



Goetze's Candy is a confectionery company located in Baltimore, Maryland. Founded in 1895, Goetze's Candy manufactures both Caramel Creams and Cow Tales candy. Goetze's Candy is a 5th generation, family-owned and operated company.



Distribution, Fulfillment, Manufacturing, Filling, Custom Manufacturing


Candy, Caramel Creams, Cow Tales


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Where can I find Goetze’s Candy?

Caramel Creams® and Cow Tales®, made by Goetze’s Candy Company, can be found at various retailers throughout the United States with some international distribution. To find Caramel Creams and Cow Tales in a store near you, please use our Store Locator or you can always order fresh candy from our Online Store.

Do you make sugar-free Caramel Creams and Cow Tales?

Sugar is an integral ingredient in the Goetze’s secret family recipe and responsible for shaping the caramel’s flavor and color. For this reason, Goetze’s Candy Company does not make sugar-free caramel products.

Do you make gluten-free Caramel Creams and Cow Tales?

Wheat flour is the main ingredient in Goetze’s caramels and gluten is naturally found in wheat. Wheat gives Goetze’s caramels their unique, chewy texture. At this time, Goetze’s Candy Company does not make gluten-free caramels.

​Where are Caramel Creams and Cow Tales made?

For over 125 years, Goetze's Candy Company has been making sweet treats in Baltimore, Maryland. To learn more about Goetze's Candy Company's history, please visit the Goetze's Story page.

​Do you offer factory tours?

In order to adhere to food safety and employee safety standards, Goetze’s Candy Company does not offer factory tours to the public. Goetze’s Candy fans are welcome to visit the Goetze’s Candy retail store in Lutherville-Timonium, Maryland. For a list of products, store hours, and directions, please visit our Online Store.

​Are Caramel Creams and Cow Tales made from the same recipe?

This is a closely guarded family recipe secret.

How do you pronounce “Goetze’s?”

Goetze is the German surname of the family that has been making confections in Baltimore, Maryland for over 125 years. “Goetze” is pronounced as “gets” and “Goetze’s” is pronounced as “gets-is.”

​Why is there a white powder on the outside of the caramel?

The faint, white powder found on the outside of Goetze’s caramel candy is a slightly-sweet coating that prevents the caramel from sticking to the wrapper and it does not influence the flavor of the candy.

Why do you use high-fructose corn syrup?

High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is corn sugar that has become one of the most commonly added sweeteners in the food industry. Goetze’s Candy uses high fructose corn syrup because it helps to ensure that the caramel products maintain a soft, chewy texture during manufacturing and throughout their shelf life. For more information about HFCS, please visit www.fda.gov/.

Are Goetze's products peanut and/or tree nut free?

Caramel Creams and Cow Tales are made in a dedicated, peanut-free and tree nut-free facility. You can enjoy Caramel Creams and Cow Tales with the assurance that they are made and packaged in an American facility that does not process peanuts or tree nuts. Always review the Allergen Information on your package prior to consumption.

​Are Goetze's products genetically modified (GMO)?

At Goetze's Candy Company, we purchase ingredients from suppliers and mix those ingredients to make Caramel Creams and Cow Tales. Goetze's Candy does not currently purchase ingredients that are certified non-GMO. For more information, visit goetzethefacts.com.

Do you have any coupons?

Goetze's Candy periodically offers special promotions for the online store. Subscribe to Goetze's monthly email newsletter to receive Goetze's online store promotions.


(410) 342-2010