Long Beach, California (CA) Confectionery Companies

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Fard
700 W 17th St.
Long Beach CA 90813
(562) 436-5252
Rocky Mountain Chocolate
5213 E 2nd St.
Long Beach CA 90803
(562) 434-1617
Rocky Mountain Chocolate
419 Shoreline Village Dr # F
Long Beach CA 90802
(562) 436-5901
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Inhale Solutions Inc
3320 Industry Dr.
Long Beach CA 90755
(562) 494-6100
Butterfield Farms Inc
1334 Cota Ave.
Long Beach CA 90813
(562) 435-2225
Helen Grace Chocolates
7507 Carson Blvd.
Long Beach CA 90808
(562) 421-0544
Candy Baron
419 Shoreline Village Dr # I
Long Beach CA 90802
(562) 435-5661
Phone- 4 -Less
5318 E Walkerton St Ste B
Long Beach CA 90808
(562) 429-0683
See's Candies
2129 N Bellflower Blvd.
Long Beach CA 90815
(562) 597-5189
Bon Bon
6346 E Pacific Coast Hwy
Long Beach CA 90803
(562) 493-8750
Chocolate Box
4123 Norse Way
Long Beach CA 90808
(562) 425-2855
Mabels Pralines
P.O. BOX 7372
Long Beach CA 90807
(310) 604-0080
Candy Bouquet
31 The Paseo
Long Beach CA 90802
(562) 983-3739
Helen Grace Chocolates
4446 Atlantic Ave.
Long Beach CA 90807
(562) 423-2603
Dana Lam
1215 East 7th St.
Long Beach CA 90813
(714) 808-3583
Nothing But Goodies
2460 Cedar Avenue Apartment 1
Long Beach CA 90806
(310) 669-4591
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