Davidson of Dundee
Citrus Themed Candy
About Davidson of Dundee
Free Fun Year Round
Davidson of Dundee began in the early 1900’s with T.W. Davidson’s orange, grapefruit and tangerine groves located near Dundee, Florida. Today, Davidson of Dundee is still growing those juicy citrus fruits; and they now offer one-of-a-kind marmalades, jellies, coconut patties, and chocolates as well. But if you want to take part in a true Central Florida confectionary tradition, you have to try their citrus delicacy candies!
All of their candies and marmalades are slow cooked in copper kettles, one batch at a time – the traditional way. Best of all, the ingredients used are native to Florida, including citrus fruits grown in their own groves and pure cane sugar from the everglades. Davidson of Dundee’s sweet treats are so popular that when the season hits, they make 4,000 lbs of marmalade and 3,600 lbs of candies every day.
Davidson’s has been featured on the Food Network and many other national shows recognizing America’s most unique culinary treasures.
Free tours of the factory are offered daily, giving visitors the chance to see Davidson employees making candy, marmalade, jelly, chocolate, and more the old fashioned, handcrafted way.
I-4 to Hwy. 27 South, approximately 18 miles south. Destination will be on left-hand side.
28421 U.S. Hwy. 27