The candy factory is the name of the first major candy factory to open in New York in 1900.
It was the first in the U.S. to make a full line of sugar-free gummy bears and it also produced a line of doughnuts.
The building was built in the 1900s by The Sugarcubes and is located on East 57th Street in Manhattan.
The factory also made a line a line, including chocolate milk, chocolate candies and more.
It has since been sold to other companies, but its name remains in the building.
The Cheesecake Factory, opened in 1927, is now owned by the family of its founder, the chocolate maker John Cheeseman.
The candy store is named after the famous cheesecake, which is made with the chocolate cream, butter, sugar and eggs and is typically served with a vanilla creme fraiche.
Here are some of the other major candy factories that opened in the 20th century.