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ABOUT US

Since our humble beginnings in 1964, Fascia’s Chocolates has been dedicated to making high quality, handcrafted confections.  The Fascia Family has always had a passion for chocolate. John and Helen began making chocolate in their basement as a hobby, and the business slowly grew from there. Check out our detailed History

We use time-honored traditions to make our chocolate. Stirring in a copper kettle and cooling on a marble slab, these methods may seem quaint, but we feel they are important to the finished product. Everything is made by hand and in-house to ensure the highest quality and taste.

At Fascia’s everything is about family. We are still family owned and operated by originating members and continuing generation of the Fascia Family. Our family is also made up of our dedicated staff and our loyal customers. We invite you to become part of the Fascia family and create your own tradition.

John Fascia making white chocolate

We designed our factory to provide the public with a unique Chocolate Experience and tour, letting you see how we make our confections while learning the history of chocolate and Make-Your-Own chocolate bar. We also offer birthday parties and other special events and our partnership with the Naugatuck Railroad offers a one-of-a-kind experience riding the vintage train with a stop at our shop.

 

Tour Room
 
Fascia’s Chocolates in the community

As a proud member of the Waterbury community, we are happy to give back through our participation in charitable efforts and events. We support local charities and events through Fundraising and Donations.

We love the Arts! Fascia’s Chocolates is a proud sponsor of the Seven Angels Theater. and we support the Palace Theater and the Warner Theater among many others.

 Fascia’s Chocolates is a proud member of the Retail Confectioners International and the New England Retail Confectioners Association.

We are a member, and serve the Boards of several organizations including The Greater Waterbury Regional Chamber, The Smaller Manufactures Association, and The Western Connecticut Tourism District.

Awards and Recognition

Our loyal customers are the best reward we could ask for, but we are proud to have been recognized for our chocolate and our dedication to our community. Here are some of the significant awards we have received:

  • 2003 –  Harold Webster-Smith Small Business Award from the Greater Waterbury Regional Chamber
  • 2011 – Business of the Year from the Waterbury Neighborhood Council
  • 2012 – Best Chocolates from Connecticut Magazine
  • 2015 – The Jeffrey Butland Family Owned Business of the Year Award by the U.S. Small Business Administration
  • 2016 – Tourism Partners of the Year, with the Railroad Museum of New England from the CT Office of Tourism
  • 2020 – Mark Maker from Peter’s Chocolate, recognizing 12 confectioners from across the US