Sugarize on Coney Street in central York is closing tomorrow

Sugarize is having a sale where all of its delicious goods are being sold for half price.

The store first opened in the spring and claims to be the “world’s first digital candy store with touchscreen pick-and-mix.”

It also said it was a local startup.

The store at 12a Coney Street, next to Starbucks, will serve its last customer tomorrow.

The company that operates it was originally based in Bradford but moved its registered office to offices in Peter Lane in central York in February, according to Companies House.

Two months later, a full-time manager and part-time supervisors and assistants were advertised for the Coney Street store.

It sold a variety of candies, including some labeled as vegan.

Sugarize is led by 41-year-old Francis Bernard Dillon. The website says nothing about the store closing and encourages customers to “come back later :)”.

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