Lokum has known in Anatolia since the 15th century and spread within the borders of the Ottoman Empire, especially in the 17th century. In the Ottoman Empire, Turkish delight, called as "rahat-ül hulkum" (throat relaxing), began to be recognized in Europe in the 19th century under the name 'Turkish Delight' through a British traveler. Earlier, which was known as 'Kelle sugar' in the 19th century, has has been made with honey or molasses and flour mixture. Thanks to the fact that refined sugar, especially starch, is found and brought to the country, it has reached today's taste and formula.   

Lokum Safası has never changed its quality of production, continued to manufacture the Turkish delight in Loku Safası and became a boutique brand in the process. All its products are manufactured with natural nuts, dried fruits, and extracts and for the products that require dying, only organic food dyes are used. There are absolutely no chemical or synthetic thickeners, preservatives, flavor increasing aromas, glucose/corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, and food coloring substances in any of its products.