Margaret River Fudge Factory

Food Experience

Overview

Homemade fudge and chocolate made in front of your eyes.

More information

The origin of the candy called 'fudge' was probably the accidental graining of caramel prepared with high sugar content. Some manufacturers have labelled basic caramel as being fudge. There is one important difference between caramel and fudge. Caramel is basically a fat emulsion in an amorphous syrup with the milk protein dispersed with the fat and milk protein in a syrup phase of a saturated solution of sugar and glucose.

The fudge manufactured at the Margaret River Fudge Factory follows the definition and correct recipe for fudge and was devised after years of trial and error in Australia. The fudge is made by the process of rapid mixing and is the 'home made' product we all love. To ensure that every piece of fudge maintains the highest level of quality each phase of our preparation and production is done by hand.

We individually inspect all ingredients in every batch of fudge. We closely monitor the temperature and cooking time of the fudge. A slight variation in cooking time or temperature could cause the fudge not to set or too lose its robust flavour.

Our cooking process allows us to give the fudge the individual attention that machine or mass production can not.