NCA Statement on White House Winter Holidays Decor Collaboration 

NCA Statement on White House Winter Holidays Decor Collaboration 

WASHINGTON – In response to the announcement and unveiling of The White House 2023 holiday theme and decor by First Lady Dr. Jill Biden, the National Confectioners Association released the following statement. NCA is a key collaborator with The White House, helping bring the “Magic, Wonder and Joy” of the winter holidays to life throughout the executive residence.

“We’re proud to be part of this unique collaboration with The White House that brings to life the magic of chocolate and candy and the joyous spirit of the winter holidays. From your house to The White House, chocolate and candy are always a treat.”

Additional Background:

  • NCA’s support of The White House holiday experience includes custom, oversized candy sculptures, archways and other displays in multiple spaces throughout the executive residence that help bring First Lady Dr. Jill Biden’s vision of a fantastical and magical holiday dreamscape to life. NCA and its member companies also provided chocolate and candy used to create wreaths, ornaments and other décor and custom chocolate bars that White House visitors will receive during the holiday season.
  • Chocolate and candy play a fun and unique role this time of year, enriching the winter holidays and opening our hearts to the magic, wonder and joy of the season. Seasonal treating is an important part of family traditions and celebrations across the country and around the world – chocolate and candy enliven the spirit of togetherness that is so emblematic of the season. Visit to learn more. 
  • More information about the holidays at The White House is available at


About the National Confectioners Association (NCA):
The National Confectioners Association is the leading trade organization for the U.S. confectionery industry, which generates $42 billion in retail sales each year. NCA advocates for an environment that enables candy makers to thrive and works to ensure that chocolate, candy, gum and mints are celebrated for their contributions to culture, society, the economy and everyday moments of joy. The industry employs nearly 58,000 workers in more than 1,600 manufacturing facilities across all 50 states and supports an additional 635,000 jobs in related fields. The U.S. confectionery industry has made a commitment to increasing transparency, providing more portion guidance options and educating consumers about the role of confectionery in a happy, balanced lifestyle. Learn more at or follow NCA on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.