The Organic Candy Factory

Organic, Vegan, & Kosher Candy Confections

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Security Type
Common Stock
Min Investment
Pacific Palisades, CA
Offering Date
November 29, 2022
Expected Close Date
February 27, 2023
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Company Description

The Organic Candy Factory is an in-market company founded by a young female entrepreneur. In 2010, with the help of her mother, 5-year-old Ginger set out to start her own candy brand and create healthy, eco-friendly, sustainable candy. Today, The Organic Candy Factory is a sweet success story that continues to experience steady growth as our organic candy products are in high demand.

Key Deal Facts

Unlike many traditional candies, which contain artificial coloring, allergens, animal byproducts, and high-fructose corn syrup, The Organic Candy Factory’s proprietary Gummy Cubs provide a healthier alternative. They’re certified organic, non-GMO, Kosher, gluten free, vegan, and allergy-friendly.

The Organic Candy Factory is uniquely positioned to tap into multiple market sectors. In 2021, the global confectionery market size was valued at $298B and growing, while the market for health and wellness products - including organic, gluten free, allergen free, and vegan foods - is approaching the trillion dollar mark in the next few years.*

Having been in business for twelve years, The Organic Candy Factor has been able to establish a solid model for profitability while also securing prestigious partnerships. We have gained distribution in major market outlets, been invited to premium trade association events, received celebrity endorsements, and garnered other word-of-mouth opportunities that have driven organic growth.

Management Team / Advisory Board Bios

Piper CochraneCEO & Founder, Sales director, Marketing director, Fulfillment manager, customer serviceBorn in Laguna Beach, PIPER COCHRANE lived with her entrepreneurial family in Japan, France, and Italy and speaks Italian, Japanese and French. She attended the University of Southern California and studied Marketing at the school of Communications. After College, Piper went to work for the family business, a trading company in Hong Kong where she oversaw the sales dept. Later upon returning to the U.S., she became one of the Director of sales for the Kimpton Group in San Francisco, lead the top sales team at Amplicon Financial in Newport Beach for 6 years, Created and ran Nichols Entertainment management for 7 years, and authored “The Making of Universal Pictures” Coffee table book. Then, with her daughter, Ginger, she founded the Organic Candy Factory 10 years ago and has been successfully growing their company slowly while reversing environmental damage, one Gummy Bear at a time. The Organic Candy Factory created the “First & Only” Organic, Gluten free, non-GMO, Vegan, Kosher Gummy Bear in the world., Richard KimCFO, Board Director, and SecretaryMr. Richard Kim has over three decades of retail leadership with major brands including Williams-Sonoma, Restoration Hardware, The Gap, Saks Fifth Avenue and Sears/Kmart. He has been the CFO and/or COO of several retail startups including Lolli and Pops, a national candy and confections retailer (of which Organic Candy Factory is a supplier), Guideboat Company, a high-end men’s and women’s lifestyle apparel company, and Print Syndicate, an ecommerce manufacturer / retailer. Prior to his startup experience, Richard was the CFO of Kmart Apparel, Sears Holdings’ largest profit contributor, where he improved operating profit 40% by re-engineering how the company planned and allocated merchandise. and he was the Vice President of Finance at Restoration Hardware where he was responsible for financial and strategic planning, real estate finance and led the company’s internal efforts on its IPO in 2012.
Richard is a graduate of the Cornell University Dyson School of Management where he received his Bachelor degree in applied economics, business management and marketing.

Sandy ClimanAdvisorSanford R. (Sandy) Climan is President of Entertainment Media Ventures, Inc. Founded in 1999 by Mr. Climan, EMV is active in media investment and strategic advisory work, with a particular focus on disruptive technologies and entities currently impacting the traditional boundaries of business, media, and entertainment. He is an investor, producer, and considered a media visionary.
Throughout his career, Mr. Climan has held senior management positions in the media and entertainment industry. Mr. Climan served as Corporate Executive Vice President and President of Worldwide Business Development of Universal Studios, where Mr. Climan oversaw corporate international strategy, strategic marketing, and five studio operating divisions.
Mr. Climan was the founding head of the corporate practice at Creative Artists Agency, working with global companies including Sony Corporation on its acquisition of Columbia Pictures, Matsushita Electric on its acquisition of MCA/Universal, Credit Lyonnais on its restructuring of MGM, Coca-Cola, NYNEX, Bell Atlantic, Pacific Telesis and other Fortune 500 companies. While at CAA, Mr. Climan was part of the senior management team for 12 years, representing talent including Robert De Niro, Robert Redford, Kevin Costner, Danny DeVito, and Michael Mann, as well as many prominent film and television production companies.
Mr. Climan served as the first CEO of 3ality Digital, a pioneering company in the development and commercialization of technologies which enable perfect 3D image capture, broadcast and software, and led the company to be recognized as a global leader in 3D technology.,
Amount Raised : $5,645
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