The Yumy Candy Co. has partnered its low-sugar better-for-you confectionery with Concierge Connection, a hotel food and beverage supplier and distributor for luxury hotels Canada wide.

Yumy Candy is an affordable health-conscious low-sugar plant-based confectionery company based in Vancouver, British Columbia and it has developed a portfolio of healthier gelatine-free candies made from non-GMO ingredients with proprietary recipes. All of its products are free of gelatin, soy, gluten, nuts, dairy, eggs, sugar alcohols, artificial sweeteners and genetically modified organisms.

Concierge Connection is known for providing high quality, innovative, and sustainable products to its hotel partners. And Concierge Connections already has begun rolling out Yumy Candy to its prominent partners, including Hilton Hotels and Resorts, Marriott Hotels and Resorts, Pacific Reach Properties, Hyatt Hotels, the Ritz-Carlton, Best Western, and many more. 

Concierge Connection has been serving the hotel industry for over 20 years. It started with a passion for helping hoteliers thrive and a love of chocolate. In 2001, it introduced its In Room Retail program as way to elevate the guest experience in a whole new way. 

The company prioritizes products that focus on the health; well-being; the communities they serve; and the planet. Each of their leading brands are on a mission to do good in the world with every product they sell. Similar to the pledge Yumy Candy has to help orphaned wildlife at the Northern Lights Wildlife Society.

 "Concierge Connection is known as a premium distributor and supplier to the largest hotel chains across Canada and the world. As our brand has grown over the years and gained more recognition, we see ourselves partnering with an increased number of distributors throughout North America," said Yumy Candy Founder and CEO, Erica Williams. "By getting our products into Concierge Connection, we see this as a stepping stone to reaching even more customers not only locally but internationally and entering even more hoteliers such as Hilton, Hyatt, and Marriot."