When Lisa first tasted the traditional Schalk toffee she thought it was so incredible she told her husband, Jim, they had to learn how to make it immediately. Jim and Lisa spent hours learning the family recipe and after many attempts they had it mastered... Read Full Story Here!
Jim Schalk remembers eating his mom’s homemade toffee in Indianapolis when he was growing up, thinking it was pretty good.“It was like eating your mom’s pasta,” Schalk recalls.However, his family, neighbors and now his customers, were a lot more enthusiastic... Read Full Story Here!
Slightly more than half the revenue at the Schalk's company comes from sales of boxes and tins of toffee labeled with the names of the businesses that give the toffee to clients. Wholesale and retail sales account for the rest of the revenue at Toffee to Go... Read Full Story Here!
Lisa and Jim Schalk never intended to go into the toffee business. In fact, they resisted the idea for many years."We started making toffee in 1989," Lisa Schalk said. "Everybody said it was the best thing they ever tasted and we should sell it... Read Full Story Here!