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"WILLY WONKA MEETS THE SWEET TOOTH OF MARINE CITY"

The Voice News,  April 2016


"Todd May, owner of the widely known candy store, said he has always liked the story of “Willy Wonka” since he was a kid. As a shop owner, he often has the movie playing on a small screen in the store. Theater patrons regularly see May or a Sweet Tooth employee selling his delicious truffles, chocolate-dipped pretzels and other treats before the show."


CLICK ON DETROIT "BEST SWEETS" 4 YEARS IN A ROW!

The Sweet Tooth has received a 1st place award in the "Best Sweets & Treats" Category in WDIV Vote 4 the Best Competition in 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016!

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"marine city sweetness"

Detroit Dvotion, May 2016

The Sweet Tooth moved into its new location earlier this year, the larger space allows the chocolates to be made on-site and includes a rentable room for parties. The man behind the chocolate is Marine City’s own Candy Man, Todd May. Todd has transformed the shop into a Wonka wonderland! Candy bars wear Wonka labels straight out of the movie, other Wonka candy varieties are nestled together on a table display. Whirly Pops and Unicorn Horn suckers are a rainbow of colors, big glass jars hold jaw breakers, suckers and gumballs. Big wooden cases display vintage candy signs and retro candy from the 50’s-70’s.

"DOWNTOWN RENAISSANCE IS A MARINE CITY MIRACLE"

The Times Herald, July 2016

"Marine City — once the center of shipbuilding on the Great Lakes and a booming town with large and gracious homes — is suddenly hip and on the verge of becoming a destination for people throughout southeastern Michigan."