Judith Galindo, owner and creator of Homemade Confections, has done it again. Her award winning English Toffee will be featured in the 85th Annual Academy Awards Swag Bags.

This is not Judith’s first time being recognized for her amazing products. In 2009, shortly after opening Homemade Confections, her English Toffee won first place in the Oregon Chocolate Festival for best marriage of chocolate and candy. By earing the same award in 2010, she confirmed her commitment to excellence in the industry.

In 2010, she advanced for having her products featured for celebrities at the Tony’s and Emmy’s. 2011 brought MTV Movie Awards and being selected for gift baskets for celebrity expecting moms, including Mariah Carey and Kelly Preston. Then Ellen De Generes used Homemade Confections candy when she launched her new show.

Judith talks the talk and walks the walk when she says, “We will never serve or sell a product that is not exceptional!”

Homemade Confections has flourished through a difficult economy by a dedicated, hard-working individual creating exceptional products and maintaining a high level of excellence. After first tasting them in 2009, my own family has been hooked and happy to endorse this success story.

Judith deserves an award for her perseverance in such a challenging time and huge congratulations for being chosen to be included in the 85th Annual Oscars Swag Bags.

Judith Galindo, Owner

Homemade Confections



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