Where to Find Non-GMO Hallowe’en Candy In Vancouver


Halloween is the most notable candy holiday, and Karameller has spooky offerings at all price points. As always, Karameller Candy is free from GMOs, trans fats, and high-fructose corn syrup.

Limited quantities of Halloween-themed jars and bags full of skulls, Vampire teeth, and black and orange sweets through to October 31st, 2015 are as follows:

Large Jars: $15

Small Jars: $10

Small Bags: $5

Call 604.639.8325 or email shop@karameller.com to pre-order your goodies!

If you’re looking for a festive afternoon with the kiddies, know that Karameller will be participating in Yaletown’s 16th Annual Trick or Treat event handing out Karameller Candy from 3:30pm – 5:30pm, until supplies last. Bring your little goblins and ghouls down to Yaletown and get spooky with us!


Karameller was created from a childhood memory. As a tradition, Swedish children would receive a weekly allowance. Most often, this windfall would be spent on ‘lördagsgodis’, meaning ‘Saturday sweets’. Located at 30-1020 Mainland Street in Yaletown, the Swedish candy shop offers over 100 varieties of candy, each imported from Sweden, free from GMOs, trans fats, and high-fructose corn syrup.  Make Saturday sweets an everyday treat.

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