Magic Kingdom's Main Street Confectionery to reopen as 'The Home of Mars Candy Treats'

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Main Street Confectionery - The Home of Mars Candy Treats
Posted: Monday September 27, 2021 10:01am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The Main Street Confectionery store reopens to guests on September 29 at Magic Kingdom, and we have a sneak peek at some of the changes.

The six-month-long refurbishment involved a complete interior refurbishment and expansion into the adjacent Chapeau space.

In addition to the new look, the Main Street Confectionery is now hosted by Mars Candy, replacing the previous participant Smuckers.

New details have been installed on the windows - "Main Street Confectionery - The Home of Mars Candy Treats."

A new Color Kitchen area will offer 38 varieties of M&M'S and SKITTLES.


New custom popcorn lets you choose from four popcorn flavors – caramel, rainbow fruit, buttery, cheddar – to be topped off with a selection of M&M’S or SKITTLES candies or chocolate drizzle.

There are more than 30 new items unique to Main Street Confectionery, and the on-stage kitchen lets you watch returning favorites like candy apples, and Mickey crisped rice cereals treats.



Check back later this week for a full look at the new Main Street Confectionery.

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castlecake2.03 days ago

Looks like people are still wondering what happened to the party line phone

castlecake2.03 days ago

I want to know who saw the post and sprang into action so quick? Local leadership? Someone higher up? They obviously read the sites, just never saw something actioned so fast.

Brenthodge5 days ago

https://www.google.com/amp/s/chicago.suntimes.com/platform/amp/2020/8/12/21364627/savage-bros-elk-grove-village-petition-racist-logo a little backstory.

Disney Analyst5 days ago

A major oversight… the sad thing for me is the people on the FB post from the other site lamenting cancel culture / wokeness. Sorry folks, caricatures of people used for companies logos, specifically by companies not run by the group or persons depicted on the logos, don’t pass the sniff test and need to go.

MisterPenguin5 days ago

It really was an oversight that needed fixing. The company itself has already been in the process of rebranding.

JoeCamel5 days ago

Wow, so twitter wins......

ToTBellHop5 days ago

Chapek immediately sprung into action like

Disney Analyst5 days ago

So yesterday the other site shared a photo looking into the show kitchen, at the chocolate machines in there. These were from Savage Brod, so the machines had their logo on the front which is accompanied by an image of an indigenous. So anyway, that site pointed out that it seems odd amongst all the inclusivity… and well… today that logo is covered up.

HauntedPirate6 days ago

Pffft… consumers would spend too much time looking at things and not enough time buying them if Disney did anything like that. Better to have a bland, modern, industrial-looking store so consumers can see the product and easily make buying decisions.

Brenthodge6 days ago

Remember when Disney used to be capable of retail magic? Now we just leave that to independent retailers. https://photos.citybeat.com/inside-hierophany-hedge-a-magical-supply-shop-in-covington/?slide=1&hierophonyandhedge_hb-41 yep, that’s a one off, independent retail shop in COVINGTON KENTUCKY!!!

JoeCamel7 days ago

"veggie veggie froot froot" will never die......

Casper Gutman7 days ago

They kinda sorta got the unique store thing in Baatu, although a lot of the shops/ stalls are still too interchangeable. Honestly, as much as I like SWL and Cars Land, Disney has yet to produce a land as fully immersive as the Potters. And man, DLs Marvel land is the biggest embarrassment since Food Rocks.

JoeCamel7 days ago

In their defense they never understood Potter either

Animaniac93-988 days ago

My opinion is unchanged having now seen it in person. The place is much bigger, but calling it "themed" would be a generous statement. Went to Honeydukes a few days later and found it really odd that Disney can't grasp the appeal of a visually interesting candy store with unique merch.