International Opportunities. It’s all about the experience.

From our start as a small town chocolate shop in Durango, Colorado to becoming an international chocolatier, it’s always been about more than just chocolate. We believe that the best place to experience Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory is in one of our retail stores where you’ll find hand-dipped caramel apples, freshly made fudge and dipped strawberries, and larger-than-life chocolates. Whether you need a pick-me-up snack or a decadent gift, our staff is always happy to help you hand pick a treat that is just the thing to make life a little sweeter. 

Here are a few of our favorite stores that make your experience the best it can be!

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Denver Pavilions & Writer Square

I grew up with the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory as the center of our dinner conversations. My father was one of the first franchisee owners and had secured himself a beautiful location on the 16th Street Mall in downtown Denver's Writer Square. 


Making people happy.


Seattle Pikes Place Market Store

We have been RMCF Franchisees for almost 25 years, and it has been a real growing experience – for us personally and in our business life, 

Original Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory store in Durango, CO.


Houston, TX. – Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Inc. delivered more than 10,000 pounds of chocolate to the Houston Food Bank just in time for Valentine’s Day.


Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory made this donation to the Houston Food Bank as a way to bring a smile to Houstonians in need and still recovering from Hurricane Harvey. An international franchisor of chocolate retail stores, with locations in and around Houston, the Colorado-based company felt the impact of Harvey first hand through its local franchisees. “After seeing the devastation our store owners and their employees faced last year, we knew we had to do something to bring a smile to Houston,” commented Donna Coupe, Vice President of Franchise Support, “and what better way to do that than with chocolate?”