"Candy Molds Made of Live Rubber"

Why Live Rubber Candy Molds?

Rubber candy molds are the modern, economical and sanitary method of making a large variety of uniform, eye-appealing, delicious candy as well as cake decorations and novelties. They are especially adaptable to the manufacture of:

~ Cordial Fruit Centers

~ Two-tone (layered) Mints
~ Cream Wafers (Peppermint, etc..)
~ Crystallized Mints
~ Fancy Bonbons
~ Patties, Novelties, etc..
~ Fruit and Nut Pieces
~ Maple Sugar and Creams
~ Remelt Cream Centers
~ Jellies
~ and many more

Large and small candy manufacturers have used our molds for many years. We have molds that date as far back as 1887. Even though they were originated for the confectionery manufacturer, in recent years rubber molds are being used more and more by bakers, caterers and school teachers who specialize in home economics and/or candy making. Housewives also are making candy the economical and professional way in their own kitchens for their families or for gifts. Many candy-making processes demand skill and experience to attain proper results, but anyone can learn to cast with rubber molds in a short time.

Various organizations, too, have been using our molds very successfully to raise money for themselves or for their favorite charity. Some groups make candy to sell while others cut up the molds and sell individual cavities.

Rubber molds are very popular items for resale in party supply outlets, bakery supply houses, gourmet shops, gift shops, hobby shops, and various other retail stores including hardware stores in their housewares section. Some retailers use the party demonstration plan in selling and some use the molds in classes selling and some use the molds in classes teaching cake decorating and candy making. Others simply display them in an appropriate way.

For those of you who do not find the design you are looking for, simply drop us a line. We have hundreds of molds that are not listed. If we do not carry your requested item, we might have something similar or, if your requirements are large enough to warrant, quote you on a special mold. We are always open to design suggestions that Voorhees® could add to its regular line if we consider the demand justifiable.

Voorhees Rubber Mfg. Co., Inc. ~ PO Box 27 ~ Newark, Md 21841 ~ phone (410) 632-1582 ~ fax (410) 632-1522