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Go behind the scenes at your favorite Utah farm, bakery
Food » From berries to bread to whiskey, Utah farms and factories offer up their wares — plus whys and hows — to curious visitors.

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V Chocolates » Truffles, caramels, toffee and other gourmet sweets are made by hand each day.

Where » 850 S. Main St., Salt Lake City; 801-269-8444

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When » By appointment. Call 801-269-8444 or vmail@vchocolates.com.

Cost » Free


Sweet Candy Co. » Learn how Utah’s famous salt water taffy is made. You’ll also see orange sticks, cinnamon bears and jelly beans in the making.

Where » 3780 W. Directors Row (1100 South), Salt Lake City.

When » By appointment only. Monday-Thursday starting at 8:40 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tour lasts 40 minutes. Closed Labor Day -Halloween

Cost » Free; for reservations, call 801-886-1444 extension 100; or email tours@sweetcandy.com.

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Taffy Town Factory Store » Employees make 60 different flavors of taffy, as well as smooth fudge and other candy.

Where » 55 W. 800 South, Salt Lake City; 801-355-4652

When » By appointment. Call 801-355-4637 extension 14 or retail@taffytown.com.

Cost » Free


Heber Valley Artisan Cheese » See the cows get milked and then head into the plant to learn how cheese is made and stored in a "cave."

Where » 920 N. River Road (400 East), Midway; 435-654-0291

When » Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Tours start every half hour and last about 30 minutes. Also by appointment.

Cost » $5

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