The former, and now abandoned, White Stokes factory located at the Central Manufacturing District was known for producing some of the best piping gel, according to industry insights. The products were used in the production of candies, cakes, icing and for decorations. They also produced syrups, caramels, ice cream toppings and ice cream dips.
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