Disney is reportedly selling off some of its Candy Kingdom merchandise, with the purchase of the company’s candy department likely being a result.
According to a report by The Hollywood Reporter, the company is looking to sell off its candy department, which includes candy bars, candy bowls, candy cans, and even candy bars.
The report says that Disney has purchased the candy department of its flagship store in Downtown Disney, and is looking for “a buyer that can offer better value for the money” in order to sell it off.
Disney did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Read moreDisney’s Candy Kingdom in Downtown Disneyland, which is home to the candy bar and candy bowls at the top of the tower, was a huge hit for Disney.
In 2017, the resort was the third-highest grossing destination for Disney merchandise, after Disneyland Paris and Epcot.
While the attraction has long been considered a top attraction in the company, it was in dire need of major repairs after it collapsed during Hurricane Matthew in October.