What is your toffee made of?

Our toffee is made of four simple ingredients: chocolate, pecans, butter, and sugar.

How long has Bell Stone Toffee been around?

In Michigan, we've been making fresh toffee for customers since 2004.

Do you have a shop where I can buy your toffee?

Please visit one of these fine establishments in Southeast Michigan:

  • Joe's Produce in Livonia and Holiday Market in Canton have the most variety of toffee packaging, including bags and boxes of various sizes.
  • Dee’s Chocolates/ The Popped Kernel in Shelby Township and Johnny Pomodoro’s at the border of Farmington and West Bloomfield have our two smaller bags
  • Zingerman's Deli and Zingerman's Candy Manufactory in Ann Arbor have a six ounce bag if you're in the area.
  • Simply Wine in Northville offers a cellophane bag with ribbon and our traditional box with ribbon to pair with your wine.
  • Online ordering is convenient for those outside of Southeast Michigan. Then we make the toffee fresh and ship it directly to you or your gift recipient.

How old is the recipe?

Aunt Sara estimated that the toffee found its way into the Bell Family recipe box in the 1880's. Chocolate was added later as it became popular and pecans were added soon after.

How is my toffee shipped?

When you check out on our website, you will have UPS Ground and UPS Two-day options (if available), plus USPS Priority Mail service. 

Can you make it with a different nut or without chocolate?

Yes! Please contact us with special requests.

Is Bell Stone Toffee gluten free?

While our ingredients are gluten free and we use our own equipment, we cannot guarantee a 100% gluten free toffee because we share a kitchen.

How long does the toffee last? 

Toffee should be kept in a cool, dry place. Boxes and tins are best within 6-8 weeks. Zippered bags are best within 3 months.

Can I send an order to multiple addresses using your online shop?

At this time, our online processing service accepts one address per order. For your convenience, please contact us and we'll be happy to take care of your distribution list personally.