FUNDRAISING - Rankin Elementary School
Welcome to our virtual fundraising page and thanks in advance for your support!
Selling Period: March 5-22, 2021
How to order: View the items shown on this page below and make your selections. When completing the checkout process enter coupon code RANKIN so that your purchase will benefit our group. Please note that this is not a discount code, it simply marks the orders so they may be identified as ours. We will receive 50% of all sales from March 5-22, 2021 with this code applied (excluding shipping). Only the specific product items below will qualify for fundraising, but other items throughout the website may be purchased or viewed. If you navigate away from this page please return to be sure you are adding these specific items.
Shipping: Since this is a virtual fundraiser, you’ll also choose your shipping method and destination. Only one destination may be selected per order. After our selling period ends it will take up to 14 days for production & shipping to take place.
Tips for storing fudge: Fudge will not spoil, but over time the outer edges may harden if the fudge is left in the open air. Keep your fudge at room temperature, wrapped in the special liner in its box. Storage in a refrigerator may cause fudge to absorb odors and moisture. To store fudge for a longer period of time, put the whole box in a zip lock freezer bag, squeeze out as much air as possible and place in the freezer. The fudge will keep indefinitely in these conditions. When you are ready to eat the fudge, remove it from the freezer, leaving it in the plastic bag until thawed.
Tips for storing chocolate: Chocolate will be good for at least 6 months, as long as it's stored in a cool dry place below 70 degrees and out of direct sunlight. We recommend sealing in an airtight container, but do not store in the refrigerator - as chocolate will easily absorb odors from other nearby items. In addition, moisture can cause the chocolate to "bloom" which results in a white discoloration but has no effect on the taste. Chocolate bloom is either fat bloom, which is the separation of cocoa butter caused by changes in the fat crystals in the chocolate; or sugar bloom, due to crystals formed by the action of moisture on the sugar.
Questions: You may contact Fun Factory Sweet Shoppe directly at 715-369-3451 or email@example.com