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Russell Stover Chocolates has been an American classic since 1923. Our boxed chocolates have been part of family traditions and gift giving for decades. We're proud to be a part of your holiday traditions, life celebrations, and your everyday indulgences.

Russell Stover chocolates are still handcrafted in small batches, using original recipes created by company founder, Clara Stover, in the kitchen in her Denver bungalow home.

Clara Stover

Clara Stover

Clara Stover originally crafted our chocolates and founded the company.

About Russell Stover Chocolates

1923

Founded in 1923.

Russell Stover Headquarters

Kansas City

Russell Stover has called Kansas City home since 1932.

Russell Stover Chocolates

Made In America

Our chocolates are Made in America. We have 3 factories: 2 located in Kansas and 1 in Texas.

Russell Stover Retail Stores

19 Retail Locations

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Kansas City Plaza

Local

All of our products are designed by local Kansas City artists.

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About Whitman's Chocolates

Whitman's Chocolates

Made for Sharing

Stephen F. Whitman opens a small retail "Confectionery and Fruiterer Shop" at Third and Market Streets in Philadelphia. He hopes to compete with the finer French candy makers of the time.

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The Original Pangburn's

Texas born and loved by all!

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We proudly manufacture our chocolates in the heartland of the United States of America, and have maintained this tradition since Clara Stover founded the company in 1923. We even make most of our boxes here, too. Our factories located in Kansas and Missouri, Texas, and Colorado employ generations of candy makers and box builders who take pride in making chocolates for our neighbors near and far.

We source some of our ingredients at home in the United States, while others are sourced globally. Our cream and milk come from Oklahoma, cherries from Michigan and Oregon, and peanuts from across the South, for example.

We are honored that our chocolates have been part of American traditions and culture for decades, and proud to manufacture them at home in America.