The Main Street Confectionery has opened once again at Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World, and just in time for the 50th anniversary of the park, and Walt Disney World as a whole!

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The store had closed back in March to receive a new look and expanded layout. The newly reopened location also promises over 30 new items that will only be found at the Confectionery.

The Main Street Confectionery is now sponsored by Mars/Wrigley, so you’ll also find a plethora of M&M’s products throughout, even a whole new wall called the “Color Kitchen,” boasting 38 different colors of the delicious candy. The sponsorship also allows for other Mars candies, like Skittles and Reese’s Pieces, to be sold at the location.  

Guests can now move through various “kitchens” in the store, each offering their own unique and tasty treats. One of these new kitchens is the Glacier Kitchen, home to frozen drinks in various flavors.

Guests can also look into the Confection Kitchen and watch the tasty goods being made before they are put on display and available for park guests to buy and enjoy.

The former location known as The Chapeau, home to Mouse Ears, embroidery, and other headwear, has been taken over by the new Kernel Kitchen. Here, guests can get their hands on delicious candied popcorn in various flavors. They can even customize popcorn with flavors like caramel, rainbow fruit, and cheddar, with options to add M&Ms and chocolate drizzle.

Earlier this week, Cast Members were putting the final touches on the store, and were treated to their own private celebration ahead of the grand reopening.

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