Fudge in A Round, a Sooke-based small business will see their sweets featured on CBC’s hit series Dragon’s Den Nov. 2. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

Sooke fudge company on Dragon’s Den Nov. 2

Fudge in A Round appearance on Dragon’s Den celebrated with a viewing party at the local Legion Nov. 2

Fudge in A Round is the little fudge company that could.

The Sooke-based small business owned by Kelly and Paul DeRocco has seen their confection in swag bags for celebrities at pre Emmy and pre Oscar celebrations and will now be featured on the popular CBC television series Dragon’s Den on Nov. 2.

To celebrate the duo are inviting the public to a viewing party at the Sooke Legion at 8 p.m. on Nov. 2. The event is free and features live music and of course, their signature fudge.

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