Fair vendors shape pumpkin seed candy into various pastries, fruits and animals.
These lambs are composed of the fair's signature candy, alfeñique, a sugar and almond oil mixture.
Miriam Torres Martínez stands with her daughter at their stall at the Feria del Alfeñique in Toluca.
Alfeñique animals, skeletons and coffins are amongst the fair's most popular offerings.
Julio Gomez Gúia, a vendor from Michoacán state, stands amongst the calavera sculptures he makes. His biggest one costs roughly $112.
One of the most traditional Day of the Dead sweets, skulls of amaranth seeds are harder to find these days at the fair.
At Feria del Alfeñique in Mexico, master sweets-makers celebrate Dia de los Muertos for a month.