Real EstateCity Living Economy Candy has been selling candy for more than 80 years Updated February 13, 2018 12:38 PM MItchell Cohen and his wife, and Skye Cohen, members of the third generation to run Economy Candy, discussed on Feb. 2, 2018, how they are gearing up for the Valentine's Day rush. The store started out in the 1930s as a candy cart outside a New York City shoe store. (Credit: David Handschuh) Print Share Share Tweet Share Email Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why. MORE VIDEOS 1:25 New York City celebrates St. Patrick's Day 0:38 Fire in Queens snarls LIRR service 1:18 Brooklyn pub provides unique music scene 1:00 Mayor to pro-gun-control walkout: 'I appreciate you’ 0:20 Bronx students remember the Parkland shooting victims 2:45 Percoco co-defendants' attorneys speak after verdict Taylor Swift 'Delicate' video 1:04 Inside peek at Zaro's Bakery 0:32 ‘Let the youth speak!’ is chant outside de Blasio gun violence forum 2:30 NYC officials discuss Park Slope crash that killed 2 children 1:50 De Blasio gives snowstorm update 1:01 City Council: Criminalize sex between cops and detainees 2:50 2nd season of 'The Zoo' introduces a snow leopard 0:46 Spurned by schools pick, de Blasio says: ‘I haven’t quite seen something like this’ 1:25 City Council eyes mandatory anti-harassment training for businesses 0:32 City Council lawmakers showcase art created after the 2016 election 1:07 Explosives scanners being tested at Penn Station 1:38 Moishe’s Bake Shop celebrates Purim 1:39 9 popped balloons, 9 deaths of 'EDPs' involving NYPD 0:49 'Friends' parody musical cast recites iconic lines 1:11 Five Boroughs' co-founder on the Sunset Park brewery 2:02 Amy Poehler rallies for food industry fair wage in midtown 1:11 Gays Against Guns members sing 'God Help America'