The mission of Ba·BaM Sweets and Treats is to provide the best tasting, most delicious candies, cakes, and any other creations we dream up, to our customers.
We will not sell anything before we know it is the best of its kind. Our company is small and that is how we want
to keep it. We keep our batch sizes small so our quality is consistent and our customers will be guaranteed the
freshest products possible, be it English Toffee, or any other confections we come up with.
Ba·Bam Sweets and Treats is a small, family owned and operated candy company in Southern Oregon.
For years, we gave away our English Toffee and other candies as gifts to friends and family.
With the overwhelmingly positive responses we received from everyone, and the continual encouragement
to sell it, we decided to share our candies with the world. Every batch is lovingly made by hand, in
small quantities, according to the family recipe, for the freshest and best English Toffee you have
We are a family owned company that cares about quality food. We grow as much of our own food in our gardens
as we can. We have a beautiful flock of hens (and 1 cute bantam rooster) that provide us with fresh, free
range eggs. We love good tasting food made with quality ingredients. This does not stop when it comes to
our candy making. Our desire to put quality into everything that we eat continues into our treats. We
use only the best ingredients available. Our toffee is not made and then stored. It is made fresh in
small batches and sent right out to you, so you can have the freshest and best English Toffee possible.
Why the name Ba·Bam?
As anyone that has started a business knows, coming up with a name can be tricky. While Ba·BaM may not be a
very disciptive name for what we do, it has two things going for it... it is fun (at least it is fun to say)
and it has meaning, at least for us. We have two boys and two girls, and the "B" and "A" letters of Ba·BaM are
the first initials of each of our children's names. The "M" is the first initial of our last name. We could
have gone with ABBA, and while it would have been easy to remember, we didn't want people to think of "Swedish
Pop Music of the 70's" whenever they heard our name. We also tried A2B2, but it just wasn't that fun to pronounce.
So after 100 or so names, most of which had nothing to do with intials, we finally decided on Ba·BaM. While it may
never become an eponym like Xerox, Q-Tip, or Band-Aid, we do hope it is the first name you will think of when
trying to tell someone about the best English Toffee, or other candy, that you have ever had.