Seacoast Sweets: The Story Seacoast Sweets: The Story

Seacoast Sweets: The Story

Seacoast Sweets came to life on the north shore of Massachusetts. It all started when founder Kirstyn Pearl started making chocolates in her Newburyport kitchen and Bentley University dorm room. The chocolates were a family recipe passed down from her grandfather. What started as a side-hustle turned into a full-time business in October, 2015. Kirstyn opened a factory in Amesbury, MA to increase production. The business kept growing and Kirstyn eventually sold the company in 2018.

The company is now owned and operated by Danielle Anderson and her husband Kevin. The Andersons are excited to make even more chocolates and distribute them throughout the Northeast.  They are expanding production by moving to a refurbished mill in the birthplace of American industry, Pawtucket, RI.

“People just like them and want them, we’re making them as fast as we can! In our Pawtucket mill, we will be able to make them even faster” ~ Danielle

What does the future of Seacoast Sweets look like? Bigger manufacturing space, more employees, and more patties. More patties in retail stores, corporate events, at weddings, and being sold online.

Kevin and Danielle live in Wickford, RI. Danielle grew up in MA and spent her summers on Cape Cod. Kevin grew up in RI and spent his summers on Narragansett Bay, Newport, and the beaches of South County. They have three children, a dog, a chocolate factory, and live in New England, life couldn’t be better! 


Past Charitable Contributions: (monetary/product): Sweet Feet for StrikesDream Big! (Boston, MA); Boston Medical Center; MMRF 5K (Multiple Myeloma); SPG47 (Spastic Parapalegia); Special Olympics MA; Mission Trips



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