Candy puts a sweet spin on this food truck

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DENVER -- Stay-at-home mom Monice Mills always thought it would be sweet to have her own business. Actually, she thought it would be sweet if she sold sweets. Kind of like a Candy Ma’am.

"I’ve always just loved the feeling of being in a candy store. It’s a light, fun, happy feeling. Who can be sad in a candy store?” she said with a smile.

Her husband, Dondrae, is on board as well. The man loves his candy.

“I was the one who suggested it," he said.

But unlike your typical mom and pop candy shop, this one is on wheels.

“It’s the very first of its kind.  Nobody’s ever done a mobile candy store and especially one that you can walk in and self serve,” Mills said.

Buying candy is an impulsive act.  Candy shops are generally not destination locations.

“We can go where the crowd is.  That’s a big deal for a candy store,” Dondrae said.

More than 100 types of local and national candy is offered up for grabs. Chocolates and ice cream are available, and arriving soon will be soda pop.

The only thing that is missing is your sweet tooth.

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