Charles Haug

Charlie Haug was a third generation candymaker when he took over the operation of Brooklyn, NY – based Mason, Au & Magenheimer Confectionery Mfg. Co. following the death of his father in 1910. Still in high school, Charlie’s life-long career in the candy business was marked by numerous awards for his commitment and contributions to […]

Arthur Sarnow

Arthur’s sweet life began in 1920 in Cranberry, NJ, where his parents ran a boarding house and farm. He was 13 when he borrowed $10 from his father to start a candy business. Rising early each morning, he walked to town to buy boxes of candy and then returned to his makeshift store in the […]

Simon Diamond

Austrian-born Simon Diamond dedicated nearly 55 years of his life to the business of making and selling candy. An owner and partner in Jaret and Diamond, and later Jaret International, Inc. he was the recipient of many honors throughout his life for his charitable works and contributions to the confectionery industry. Simon was inducted into […]