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The producer of the ‘world’s best gummies & candy’ is giving their employees some sweet benefits thanks to Republican tax cuts.

Albanese Confectionery, a world-famous candy manufacturer located in Indiana, handed out employee bonuses and expanded their benefits program once President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act into law.

Less than a month after the Republican House and Senate passed the tax cuts, Officer Tess Albanese told employees:

“Taxes are complicated. With the new tax plan we are able to take a giant leap in investing in the things that matter. You matter. It’s just that simple.”

Employees received bonuses up to $2,000 based on their length of employment. Even new employees were given $150 bonuses. Albanese Confectionery pledged to give their employees annual bonuses each January for as long as Republican tax cuts remain in effect.

The candy company also expanded their benefits package to include new programs like maternal and paternal leave.

Bonuses and new benefits are just two of the many things that make Albanese Confectionery a great company. For 30 years, the candy and gummy powerhouse has remained at the forefront of candy innovation and their tasty products prove it.

In 1998, the all-American candy manufacturer invented new technology to allow for greater flavor release from gelatins. Since then, Albanese Confectionery’s new innovations and high quality ingredients have helped grow their company into the industry leader it is today.

Albanese Confectionery’s employees work to provide America with the most delicious gummies and candies. Now, thanks to GOP tax cuts, the employees are getting a sweet treat of their own.

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