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Encyclopedia > Chocolate bar
A Twix bar, broken in half
A Twix bar, broken in half

A chocolate bar is a confection in bar form comprising some or all of the following components: cocoa solids, cocoa butter, sugar, milk. The relative presence or absence of these components form the subclasses of dark chocolate, milk chocolate, and white chocolate. In addition to these main ingredients, it may contain emulsifiers such as soy lecithin and flavors such as vanilla. Look up Candy bar in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Download high resolution version (1665x723, 678 KB) Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Download high resolution version (1665x723, 678 KB) Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... North American Twix Logo North American Twix Twix opened Inside candy Twix is a chocolate snack or candy bar made by Mars, Inc. ... Cocoa solids is a term for the nonfat component of chocolate. ... Cocoa butter, also called theobroma oil, is the pale-yellow, edible natural vegetable fat of the cacao bean. ... This article is about sugar as food and as an important and widely traded commodity. ... A glass of cows milk. ... Chocolate block in melted chocolate Chocolate is a common ingredient in many kinds of sweets—one of the most popular in the world. ... Chocolate block in melted chocolate Chocolate is a common ingredient in many kinds of sweets—one of the most popular in the world. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... An emulsion is a mixture of two immiscible substances. ... Lecithin, also known as Phosphatidylcholine Lecithin is usually used as synonym for phosphatidylcholine, a phospholipid which is the major component of a phosphatide fraction which may be isolated from either egg yolk (in Greek lekithos - λεκιθος) or soy beans from which it is mechanically or chemically extracted using hexane. ... Vanilla pods Vanilla is a flavouring derived from orchids in the genus Vanilla native to Mexico. ...


A candy bar (called a chocolate bar in British English, where the word candy refers specifically to sugar candy, and in Canadian English) is a form of confectionery usually packaged in a bar or log form, often coated with chocolate, and sized as a snack for one person. But within that term, a wide variety of products exist, ranging from solid chocolate bars to multiple layerings or mixtures of ingredients such as nuts, fruit, grains in various forms, coconut, marzipan, marshmallow, caramel, nougat, cookie, toffee, fondant, and fudge. British English (BrE, BE, en-GB) is the broad term used to distinguish the forms of the English language used in the United Kingdom from forms used elsewhere in the Anglophone world. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Confectionery. ... Canadian English (CaE) is a variety of English used in Canada. ... It has been suggested that Candy be merged into this article or section. ... For other uses, see Chocolate (disambiguation). ... A snack food (commonly shortened to snack) is seen in Western culture as a type of food not meant to be eaten as a main meal of the day (breakfast, lunch, dinner) but one that is intended rather to assuage a persons hunger between these meals, providing a brief... For other uses, see Nut (disambiguation). ... For other uses, see Fruit (disambiguation). ... This article is about cereals in general. ... For other uses, see Coconut (disambiguation). ... Fruit shapes molded from marzipan Marzipan is a confection consisting primarily of sugar and ground almonds. ... For the plant, see Althaea (genus). ... A piece of caramel confectionery. ... Nougat is a term used to describe a variety of similar confectioneries made with sugar or honey, roasted nuts (almonds, walnuts, pistachios or hazelnuts are common, but not peanuts) and sometimes chopped candied fruit. ... This article is about the food. ... English Toffee (the chewy sort) in cellophane wrapping Toffee is a confection made by boiling molasses or sugar along with butter, milk and occasionally flour. ... Fondant is a confection used as a filling or coating for cakes, pastries, and candies or sweets. ... For other uses, see Fudge (disambiguation). ...


Certain brands of candy bars are made for nutritional supplementation purposes. These bars contain protein and various vitamins while still retaining a sweet taste. The PowerBar brand candy bars would fit into this category. PowerBar is an American maker of energy bars and related products (particularly sports drinks and gel-based footstuffs for distance athletes). ...

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History

Up to and including the 19th century, candy of all sorts was typically sold by weight, loose, in small pieces that would be bagged as bought. The introduction of chocolate as something that could be eaten as is, rather than used to make beverages or desserts, resulted in the earliest bar forms, or tablets. At some point, chocolates came to mean any chocolate-covered candies, whether nuts, creams (fondant), caramels, or others. The candy bar evolved from all of these in the late-19th century as a way of packaging and selling candy more conveniently, for both buyer and seller. This "convenience" did not include price, of course, as the buyer had to pay for the packaging. It was considerably cheaper to buy candy loose, or in bulk. Alternative meaning: Nineteenth Century (periodical) (18th century — 19th century — 20th century — more centuries) As a means of recording the passage of time, the 19th century was that century which lasted from 1801-1900 in the sense of the Gregorian calendar. ... For other uses, see Candy (disambiguation). ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... A sealed pack of diced pork from Tesco. ...


Although chocolate bars and candy bars had their beginnings in the 19th century, it was in the early-20th century that this confectionery commercial venture grew most rapidly. A number of the bars developed then still exist in relatively unchanged form. In the U.S., most candy bars started out priced at ten cents, down to five cents during the Great Depression, and back to ten after World War II. This price remained stable until the late 1960s. (19th century - 20th century - 21st century - more centuries) Decades: 1900s 1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s As a means of recording the passage of time, the 20th century was that century which lasted from 1901–2000 in the sense of the Gregorian calendar (1900–1999... A two cent euro coin In currency, the cent is a monetary unit that equals th of the basic unit of value. ... For other uses, see The Great Depression (disambiguation). ... Combatants Allied powers: China France Great Britain Soviet Union United States and others Axis powers: Germany Italy Japan and others Commanders Chiang Kai-shek Charles de Gaulle Winston Churchill Joseph Stalin Franklin Roosevelt Adolf Hitler Benito Mussolini Hideki Tōjō Casualties Military dead: 17,000,000 Civilian dead: 33,000... The 1960s decade refers to the years from 1960 to 1969, inclusive. ...


During the first half of the 20th century in the U.S., there were thousands of different candy bars being manufactured and distributed locally or regionally by small candy companies. Some of these still survive, but a few major manufacturers have taken over the marketplace, buying up smaller companies and reproducing the most popular of their candy bars. Today candy bars are made and consumed all over the world, and manufactured to local tastes and environmental conditions.


Brands

Candy/Chocolate Bars
Name Where Manufacturer Type Note or Slogan
3 Musketeers USA, Canada Mars Aerated chocolate nougat with milk-chocolate coating Originally three flavors of filling – chocolate, vanilla and strawberry in separate pieces (1932)
5th Avenue USA Hershey Peanut butter with milk chocolate William H. Luden (1936)
100 Grand Bar USA Nestlé Caramel and crisped rice with milk chocolate (1966), wrapper originally shown as "$100,000 Bar"
Abba-Zaba USA Annabelle Taffy w/ peanut butter center  
Abba Zaba (sour apple) USA Annabelle Apple taffy w/ peanut butter center  
Aero Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, South Africa, Poland Nestlé Frothy chocolate with "bubbles." Rowntree (1935); variants - green/mint bubbles; some believe that Nestle's defunct Chocolite bar, which was sold in the US, is the same as Aero. However, this is incorrect, as Aero is soft and somewhat thin, and Chocolite was crunchy and thick. Also, the bubbles in Aero are more like air bubbles, whereas the Chocolite "bubbles" can be described in this way: Imagine a Nestle Crunch which has holes where the rice would typically be.
Aero Caramel Canada, UK Nestlé Chocolate "bubbles" with a caramel layer in milk chocolate  
After Eight USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, South Africa, The Netherlands, Finland, Turkey Nestlé Dark chocolate with mint cream filling Bar form of a European after-dinner mint
Almond Cluster USA Peter Paul Milk-chocolate,Almonds,? Extinct
Almond Joy USA Hershey Milk-chocolate covered coconut with whole almonds Original version by Peter Paul; variant with dark chocolate
Almond Joy Chocolate! Chocolate! USA Hershey Almond Joy with chocolate-coconut filling (Limited Edition 2005)  
Almond Joy (Pina Colada) USA Hershey Pineapple-flavored coconut in chocolate White chocolate variant (Limited Edition)
Apollo Chocolate Cranberry Japan Meiji 11 "peaks" in a package, with chocolate base and cranberry/white chocolate tops Variants: strawberry
Baby Ruth USA Nestlé Caramel and nougat center with peanuts in milk chocolate Curtiss Candy Co. (1920)
Balisto The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany Masterfoods Muesli covered in chocolate Different varieties
Big Hunk USA Annabelle Chewy nougat with peanuts  
Big Turk Canada Nestlé Turkish Delight covered with milk chocolate  
Bit-O-Choc USA Schutter Candy Co. Chocolate-flavored taffy Extinct
Bit-O-Honey USA Nestlé, originally Schutter Candy Co. Honey-flavored taffy with almond bits introduced 1924
Bit-O-Peanut Butter USA Schutter Candy Co. Peanut butter flavored taffy Extinct
Black Cat Bars South Africa Tiger Brands Peanut-butter and muesli Introduced 2005
Black Chocolate Japan Meiji Special dark chocolate  
Bonomo's Turkish Taffy USA Gold Medal Candy Co. Hard, flavored "taffy" - vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, banana (c. 1945) Extinct. Neither Turkish in origin nor taffy in content, more accurately described as a "short nougat.". Recipe bought by the makers of Tootsie Roll - no plans to recommence production. French Chew Taffy is the closest thing available.
Boost Australia, UK, Ireland Cadbury-Schweppes    
Bounty Italy, UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia, South Africa, The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Turkey, India Mars Coconut filling covered with milk or plain chocolate  
Bournville USA, UK, Ireland, Middle East, India Cadbury-Schweppes Dark chocolate Named for the corporate home of the company
Break Greece, Australia ION Chocolate bars with fillings like: Cream strawberry, Hazelnut Praline, Cappuccino, and Coconut ION s.a
Breakaway Australia Cadbury-Schweppes Wafers with chocolate cream in milk chocolate  
Bridge Mixture Canada Hershey (originally Lowney's) "A delicious assortment of coated confectionery"  
Brown Pudding USA Lucy Ellen Candy Co. Brown sugar, coconut, cherries, peanut butter, raisins, and spices in milk chocolate Extinct
Bun Bar USA Pearson's Candy Co. vanilla, maple or caramel center with milk chocolate peanut coating Wayne Bun Candy Co.
Butterfinger USA, Canada Nestlé Honeycombed peanut butter center in milk chocolate Curtiss Candy Co.
Butterfinger Crisp USA Nestlé Butterfinger with wafer layers  
Buttons UK, Ireland Cadbury-Schweppes
Cadbury's Marble UK, Australia Cadbury-Schweppes Milk and white chocolate with hazelnut/almond praline filling  
Cadbury's Fudge UK, Ireland Cadbury-Schweppes Fudge covered in milk chocolate  
Cajeta Elegancita USA Hershey Foods Corporation    
Caramac UK Nestlé Milk-based caramel bar  
Caramel Crunch USA Nestlé Caramel filling with a milk chocolate and crisped rice coating  
Caramel Peanut Bar Germany Mauxion Schokoladefabrik Caramel, peanuts and nougat in milk chocolate German answer to Snickers
Caramello EUR Cadbury-Schweppes Four squares of milk chocolate filled with caramel  
Caramello Koala Australia, South Africa Cadbury-Schweppes Koala shaped chocolate with caramel filling  
Caravan Canada, South Africa Lowney Vanilla caramel covered in milk chocolate  
Caravelle USA Peter Paul Caramel in milk chocolate with crisped rice underwent several name changes, ending up as the 100 Grand Bar (see above)
Caramilk EUR, Canada, South Africa Cadbury-Schweppes    
Carlos V Latin America Nestlé Milk Chocolate Also a white chocolate variant
Charleston Chew Canada, USA. ME Tootsie Roll Industries Chocolate, Vanilla and Strawberry variants Fox-Cross Candy Co. (1922)
Cherry Blossom Canada Lowney's Chocolates Milk chocolate and coconut shell with liquid cherry center an old classic
Cherry Cocktail USA Idaho Candy Company Cherry center, covered with chocolate and peanut bits  
Cherry Mash USA Chase Candy    
Cherry Ripe Australia Cadbury-Schweppes Cherry and coconut bits in chocolate (1924)
Choclairs Bar   Neilson Chocolate-covered wafers and filling  
Choco-Mallow Philippines      
ChocNut Philippines   Cocoa powder, milk powder, sugar and ground peanuts combined  
Chokito Australia Nestlé Chocolate-covered caramel fudge with crisped rice  
Chicken Dinner USA Sperry Candy Co.   extinct
Chick-O-Stick USA Atkinson Candy Co. Honeycombed peanut butter filling with toasted coconut  
Chomp UK, South Africa, Australia, Zimbabwe Wafers and caramel in chocolate  
Choy's Central America (Costa Rica) Jet Soft caramel and toasted rice (or peanuts) covered in chocolate Variants: Peanuts, Rice 
Chubby's CheckerBar USA The Last Twist, Inc. Milk and white chocolate in a checkerboard pattern Variants: dark & milk, dark & white, "milk over milk"
Chum China      
Chunky USA Nestle Milk chocolate with peanuts and raisins  
Clark Bar USA Necco Honeycombed peanut butter filling with chocolatey enrobing Originally made in Pittsburgh by the D. L. Clark Company (1917)
Cloud Nine Philippines Universal Robina Corporation Caramel and peanuts covered in milk chocolate  
Club Bites UK Jacob's Miniature versions of Club Biscuits. Absolute genius.
Club Mint UK Jacob's Chocolate-covered cookie with mint cream  
Club Sandwich USA Sperry Candy Co.   Extinct
Coffee Crisp Canada Nestlé Milk chocolate with wafer crisps and coffee flavoring  
Coffee Crisp Orange EUR Nestlé    
Cold Turkey USA Sperry Candy Co.   extinct
Collision     Milk chocolate with pretzels  
Courtney Bar USA,
Cow Tales USA Goetze's Candy Co. Chewy caramel with a cream center Packaged like a cow tail - long thin tube with extra fringe of paper at one end
Crispy Crunch Canada Cadbury Peanut butter and toffee mixture coated in milk chocolate  
Crunchie UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia, South Africa Cadbury-Schweppes Honeycomb toffee covered with chocolate  
Crunky Japan Lotte Rice Crips covered with Chocolate  
Curly Wurly UK, Ireland, Australia Cadbury-Schweppes Chocolate-covered caramel braid  
Cuban Lunch Canada Paulin's Dark chocolate and peanuts in a thick rectangular slab. Made in Winnipeg and distributed primarily in Western Canada.
Daim UK, EUR, Middle East Kraft Foods Chocolate over crisp toffee Made in Sweden
Dairy Milk UK, Ireland, Australia, Canada, India Cadbury-Schweppes   Numerous variations 
Demolino Malaysia, India Gandour Biscuit bar with caramel and chocolate coating  
Denver Sandwich USA Sperry Candy Co.   Extinct
Dolfin Hot Masala Belgium Dolfin Milk chocolate with coarsely ground spices: cinnamon, cardamom, pepper, clove and ginger  
Dolfin - others Belgium Dolfin Dark chocolate with: mint leaves; ground coffee; green aniseed; fresh ginger; crystallized orange peel; pink peppercorn; Earl Grey tea; et al.  
Double Decker UK, Ireland Cadbury-Schweppes Soft nougat top, with a crisped cereal base, covered in delicious milk chocolate  
Dove Bar USA, Australia, The Netherlands   Soft nougat top, with a crisped cereal base, covered in delicious milk chocolate  
Dream with Cookies Australia Cadbury-Schweppes    
Drifter UK, Ireland Nestlé Wafers and caramel in milk chocolate  
Eat-More Canada Hershey (originally Lowney's) Peanuts in dark toffee  
English Crunchie USA Cadbury-Schweppes   "Crunchie" in Australia
Fast Break USA Hershey Peanut butter and nougat filling in milk chocolate Reese association. In Canada the same bar is called "Sidekick"
Five Star Caramel USA Lake Champlain Chocolates Caramel with almonds and dark chocolate in milk chocolate  
Five Star Fruit & Nut USA Lake Champlain Chocolates Raisins and pecans with gianduja chocolate  
Five Star Hazelnut USA Lake Champlain Chocolates Hazelnut filling with crushed hazelnuts and feuillettine in milk chocolate  
Five Star Peanut USA Lake Champlain Chocolates Peanut butter with white chocolate, peanuts and crisped rice, in milk chocolate  
Flake UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia, USA Cadbury-Schweppes Crumbly chocolate "flake" Variant: Flake Dipped - with milk chocolate coating
Flake Snow UK, Australia, USA Cadbury-Schweppes White chocolate Flake in milk chocolate coating  
Forever Yours USA Mars Vanilla nougat and caramel in dark chocolate (early 1930s) Extinct. Once billed as the Vanilla Milky Way, now resurrected as Milky Way Midnight
Freddo Frog Australia, UK Cadbury-Schweppes Milk chocolate in a frog shape Many other varieties of fillings
Fruit and Nut UK, India, Ireland, Canada, Middle East, Australia Cadbury-Schweppes    
Fry's Turkish Delight Australia, UK, Ireland Cadbury-Schweppes Fruit jellies in milk chocolate  
Galaxy Worldwide Mars Milk chocolate bar  
Galaxy Caramel Worldwide Masterfoods Milk chocolate with raisins and hazelnuts  
Gardena   A. Loacker Co. Chocolate-orange or hazelnut cream filling in wafers covered with milk chocolate  
Ghana Milk Chocolate Rep. of Korea Lotte Milk chocolate "with extra cacao"  
Glosette Canada Hershey (originally Nabisco) Milk chocolate covered raisins. Also in peanuts and almonds  
Golden Boronia Nougat Australia Golden Boronia European style soft and cruncy nougat Experience the natural goodness of Golden Boronia!
Golden Rough Australia Nestlé Milk chocolate round with coconut  
Goobers USA Nestlé Milk-chocolate covered peanuts  
GooGoo Cluster USA Standard Candy Co. Marshmallow and caramel in peanuts and thick milk chocolate (1912) Reputedly the first "combination" bar
Gusto Limone EUR      
Guylian Praliné UK, EUR, Middle East Guylian    
Hail USA Hollywood Candy Co. Hazelnuts and milk chocolate Extinct
Halls Philippines      
Happy Hippo Germany, UK, Ireland Ferrero Wafer hippo shape with hazelnut, chocolate, and milk-caramel cream filling Kinder product
Haviland Thin Mint USA NECCO Peppermint cream filling in dark chocolate  
Haviland Wintergreen Patty USA NECCO Bright pink wintergreen-flavored cream filling in dark chocolate  
Hawaii   Gandour    
Hay Hay Turkey      
Hazelnut Australia Cadbury-Schweppes Plain milk chocolate bar studded with hazelnuts  
Heath bar USA Hershey Crunchy English-style almond toffee with milk chocolate coating Heath Candy Co. (1928)
Hershey bar Canada, USA, UK, Ireland Hershey Solid milk chocolate also Hershey Almond bar (both - 1894)
Hershey Almond Toffee Bar USA Hershey    
Hershey's Creamy Caramel USA Hershey    
Hershey's Special Dark USA Hershey    
Highland Toffee UK Cadbury-Schweppes    
Idaho Spud USA Idaho Candy Co. Chocolate marshmallow covered with chocolate and coconut (1918) Potato-shaped
Intense Orange Switzerland Lindt & Sprüngli Dark chocolate with candied orange rind and almonds  
Ivory Mountain UK Cadbury-Schweppes Chocolate with macadamia nuts  
Jacek EUR Wavel    
Jersey Milk Canada Neilson The smoothest, creamiest solid milk chocolate  
Junior Mints Canada, USA Hershey Small peppermint creams in dark chocolate, boxed James O. Welch Co. (1949)
KitKat USA, India, Canada, Turkey Hershey Wafers in chocolate licensed from Rowntree in 1969 (by Reese's later Hershey's)
KitKat Chunky Canada, The Netherlands, Australia, South Africa, UK, Ireland Nestlé Wafers (double size) in chocolate Rowntree (1935)
KitKat Chunky White The Netherlands Nestlé Wafers (double size) in white chocolate Rowntree (1935)
KitKat Worldwide Nestlé Wafers in chocolate Rowntree (1935)
Kit Kat Green Tea Japan Nestlé    
Kit Kat Orange UK Nestlé Wafers in orange-flavored chocolate  

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Kit Kat Strawberry Japan, Canada Nestlé Wafers in strawberry-flavored chocolate  
Triple-Chocolate Kit Kat Worldwide Nestlé Chocolate wafers with chocolate filling in chocolate coating  
Korkunov chocolate bars Russia A. Korkunov Milk and dark chocolate bars, plain, or with almonds or hazelnuts Decorative Russian box packaging
La Fama USA Palmer Candy Co. caramel covered with milk chocolate  
Krackel USA, Canada Hershey Milk chocolate with crisped rice (1938)
Krembanan Norway Nidar Chocolate, gel and banana cream Banana shaped bar, first manufactured in 1957
Leah Bar UK Mars Chocolate with hazelnuts Galaxy Liaison
Lion Bar EUR, Middle East, Australia Nestlé Wafers and crisped cereal with caramel in milk chocolate  
Lion Peanut EUR, Middle East Nestlé Chocolate-covered nougat, crisps and peanuts  
Lobster Patty       extinct
Macadamia Nut Switzerland Lindt & Sprüngli Milk chocolate with caramelized Macademia nut pieces  
Mackintosh's Toffee (now "Mack") Canada Nestlé Creamy toffee in tablet form "Give your mack a smack!" for over 100 years
Maestro Saudi Arabia Ülker Chocolate over peanut butter nougat  
Mallo Cup USA Boyer Candy Co. Whipped marshmallow-cream filling with coconut in milk chocolate cups Mallo Play Money included in package
Maltesers Australia, Ireland, Japan, UK, South Africa, Canada, The Netherlands Chocolate-coated malted honeycomb balls
Marathon USA Mars Twisted caramel in milk chocolate (1974) Extinct
Marble Chocolate Japan Meiji    
Mars Bar USA, India Mars Vanilla nougat with almonds and milk chocolate (1936) Extinct in USA - Snickers Almond substituted
Mars Bar Worldwide (excl. USA) Mars Nougat-like chocolate mousse topped with caramel and coated in chocolate  
Mars Bar Lava Australia Mars Orange-flavored nougat center  
Mary Jane USA NECCO Peanut butter and molasses Charles N. Miller Co. - named after Miller's aunt (1914)
Max Philippines      
M-Azing USA Mars Milk chocolate with mini-M&M's Variant with peanut butter or crunchy M&M's
Milka Germany, Turkey, UK, Italy Suchard Tobler Vertriebs Milk chocolate with hazelnut, peanut and almond pastes incorporated "Alpine Milk"
Milk Shake USA Hollywood Candy Co. Chocolate nougat and caramel in milk chocolate (c. 1920s) Extinct
Milky Way USA Mars Chocolate nougat with caramel in chocolate coating (1923)
Milky Bar UK, India Nestlé White chocolate bar
Milky Way UK, EUR, Australia Mars Whipped nougat in chocolate coating  
Milky Way Midnight Worldwide Mars Dark Chocolate with a vanilla nougat caramel center Originally known as the Forever Yours Bar (1936), it was discontinued in 1979, only to be reintroduced in 1989 as the Milky Way Dark Bar. The name was changed to Milky Way Midnight in 2000
Milo Bar Australia, South Africa Nestlé    
Minstrels UK, Ireland Hard candy covered chocolate drops
Mint Crisp Africa Cadbury-Schweppes    
Mint krokant Sweden Marabou Mint almond toffee with milk chocolate coating  
Mint Pattie Australia Nestlé Soft mint nougat in milk chocolate  
Mounds USA The Hershey Company Sweetened coconut enrobed in dark or milk chocolate; introduced in 1921 Originally by Peter Paul
Mountain Bar USA Brown-Haley Vanilla, cherry, or peanut butter creme filling, covered in chocolate and peanuts in the shape of Mount Rainier Originally called the Mount Tacoma bar; has been in production since 1915
Mousse Australia, South Africa Cadbury-Schweppes Milk chocolate with a rich soft chocolate filling  
Mr. Big Worldwide Cadbury Crisped rice, peanuts, and a vanilla fudge center covered in Cadbury milk chocolate "When you're this big, they call you Mister." Other Mr. Big variants include Peanut Fudge and Chew!
Mr. Goodbar USA, Canada Hershey Peanuts in granular milk chocolate (1925)
Munchies UK Nestlé Caramel covered crisp biscuit coated in chocolate Introduced 1957
Neapolitan Coconut Slice USA Friesinger's Candies Tri-colored coconut bar - strawberry/vanilla/chocolate "The original - since 1894"
Nestlé Chunky USA Nestlé Milk chocolate with peanuts and raisins Silverstein Candy (mid-1930s); named after the owner's "chunky" baby granddaughter
Nestlé Crunch USA, India, UK, Canada, South Africa, Turkey Nestlé Chocolate candy bar with crisped rice (1938)
Nestlé Milk Chocolate USA, Turkey Nestlé solid milk chocolate also Nestlé Milk Chocolate with Almonds (both - 1919), originally Swiss
Nestlé White USA Nestlé White chocolate  
Nickel Lunch USA   Peanuts in milk chocolate Sold two for five cents in the early 1960s
Nougat Honey Log Australia Europe    
Nut Goodie USA Pearson's Candy Co.   (1912) Just after the GooGoo
Nipi Philippines      
Nut Lovers USA Hershey    
Nutrageous USA Hershey Peanut butter, caramel, and peanuts in milk chocolate Reese association
Oh Henry! USA, Canada Nestlé, Hershey in Canada Caramel fudge center with peanuts and milk chocolate coating Williamson Candy Co. (1920), Now with a white chocolate variant
Old Faithful USA Idaho Candy Company Marshmallow center, covered with chocolate and whole peanuts  
Pal-o-mine Canada Ganong Bros. Limited Soft fudge center with peanuts covered in dark chocolate 1920
PayDay USA Hershey Caramel fudge center with salted peanuts Hollywood Candy Co. (1932)
Peanut Chews USA Just Born    
Penguin UK, Ireland McVitie's Milk-chocolate covered biscuit filled with chocolate cream "Make your Penguin last longer - refuse to eat it until it learns algebra"
Pep Canada Neilson Dark chocolate with peppermint cream filling  
Peppermint Crisp Australia, South Africa Nestlé Peppermint "cracknel" in milk chocolate  
Picnic Australia, UK, Ireland Cadbury-Schweppes Peanuts, caramel, wafers and crisped rice in milk chocolate "Unpack a Picnic"
Planters Peanut USA   Peanuts in hard toffee (c. 1930)
Polly Waffle Australia Nestlé Marshmallow-filled wafers in milk chocolate  
Powerhouse USA Peter Paul Peanuts, caramel & nougat in milk chocolate (Extinct)
Prince Malaysia Danone Two chocolate-flavored soda cracker wafers in chocolate-flavored coating May be unique in candy bar world
Prince Polo Poland Kraft Chocolate-covered wafers (c. 1950)
Princessa Poland Nestlé Nestlé imitation of Prince Polo; now equally popular (c. 1995)
Reese's Crispy Crunchy Bar USA Hershey Peanut butter crisp candy with peanut butter and chopped peanuts, in milk chocolate
Reese's Peanut Butter Cups USA, UK, Ireland, Canada Hershey Peanut butter filling in milk chocolate Variants: peanut butter, white, or dark chocolate coating
Reggie Bar USA Wayne Candies Peanuts and caramel in a mound shape, in milk chocolate Extinct; named after baseball player Reggie Jackson
Relax Syria Chocolate-covered wafers with hazelnut cream  
Revels UK, Ireland Mixed bag of pieces of hard toffee, raisins, orange creme and coffee creme with a chocolate coating.  
Roast Almond Australia, India Cadbury-Schweppes Plain bar of milk chocolate studded with almonds  
Rolo Australia, South Africa, Canada, UK, Ireland Nestlé Round milk chocolate pieces filled with gooey caramel  
Rolo USA Hershey Round milk chocolate pieces filled with gooey caramel licensed from Rowntree in 1969 (by Reese's later Hershey's)
Roman Nougat Canada Ganong Bros Pure white chewy nougat blended with pieces of fruit jellies  
Safari Malaysia, India, Saudi Arabia Gandour Caramel and cereal center with wafers, in chocolate-flavor coating Jungle motif wrapper, but "suitable for vegetarians   
Sahara Malaysia, Saudi Arabia Gandour Caramel nougat and almond center in chocolate-flavor coating The "Derby" version - another may have peanuts 
Salted Nut Roll USA Pearson's Salted nuts on a layer of caramel around a white nougat center  
Sasha Chocolate Goldleaf Rep. of Korea Lotte Chocolate with real gold leaf layering  
Sesame Bar Australia Europe    
Shore Dinner USA Lucy Ellen Candy Co. Pecans, cashews and coconut in milk chocolate Extinct
Skittles USA, UK, Ireland, Canada Masterfoods USA A rainbow of bite-sized pieces in a famous, colored candy shell and a chewy, fruity center. "Taste the rainbow"
Skor USA, Canada Hershey Crunchy butter toffee in milk chocolate Hershey's Heath bar before it bought Heath
SkyBar USA NECCO 4 sections: caramel, vanilla, peanut butter and fudge fillings, milk chocolate coating (1937)
Smarties UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia, South Africa Nestlé Multicolored, candy-coated chocolate pieces. Rowntree (1935) Originally released in 1937 as Chocolate Beans.
Smoothie USA Boyer's Candy Co. Peanut butter filling in a crunchy peanut butter cup By the makers of Mallo Cups
Smooth Sailin' USA Hollywood Nougat with walnut pieces, covered in dark chocolate  
S'mores USA, Canada Hershey    
Snickers Worldwide Mars Peanut butter nougat with caramel and peanuts in milk chocolate (1930) Named after a horse. Current variants – almond, hazelnut, "Cruncher"
Spira UK Cadbury-Schweppes Two milk chocolate 'twists' with holes running through the middle  
Squirrel Nut Zipper USA NECCO Caramel peanut chew aka Squirrel Nut Chew, Squirrel Brand Co. (1888)
Starbar UK, Ireland Cadbury-Schweppes Peanuts and caramel in milk chocolate  
Stork Philippines      
Striker Middle East      
Sudan Saudi Arabia Gandour Chocolate-covered nougat with peanut and caramel center  
Sugar Daddy USA Tootsie Roll Industries Caramel sucker James O. Welch Co. (1926)
Sugar Mama USA James O. Welch Co. Chocolate-covered caramel sucker (1935) Extinct
Summer Roll Australia Europe Peanuts and nougat rolled in milk chocolate and coconut  
Sweet Marie Canada Cadbury (originally Willard's]] Fudge center with peanuts and crisped rice covered in chocolate  
Sweet Tarts USA, Canada Nestle - Wonka Sweet Candy distributed in a roll.  
Take 5 USA Hershey Layer of caramel and peanut butter over pretzels and peanuts in milk chocolate White chocolate variant. Present in Canada under the name "Max 5".
Texan UK Rowntree Mackintosh Ltd. Milk chocolate covered chewy bar 1975-1985, 6 week "Blasts from the Past" campaign relaunch Oct'2005.
Time Out Australia, UK, Ireland Cadbury-Schweppes Wafers with a Flake center, covered in milk chocolate Variant with dark chocolate
Tin Larin Latin America Nestlé Wafers and peanut butter in chocolate  
Toblerone Switzerland, India, Turkey, The Netherlands, Canada, Australia, South Africa, UK, Ireland, USA Kraft Foods Solid chocolate with chewy almond nougat bits Tobler, (ca. 1900); triangular cross-section bar; variants in dark and white chocolate
Toffee Crisp UK, Ireland Nestlé Crisped rice and soft caramel in milk chocolate  
Toffifee
(also known as Toffifay)
Germany Storck Caramel with nougat and hazelnuts in milk chocolate  
Toffo UK Nestlé Toffee pieces Introduced 1939
Tofi Luk Malaysia, India, Saudi Arabia Gandour Biscuit bars covered in caramel and chocolate "Ingredients for happiness" "since 1857"
Toggi Switzerland, EUR, Middle East Kägi Söhne, AG Wafers in chocolate Also Toggi Coco variant
Top Deck Australia, Africa Cadbury-Schweppes White and milk chocolate layers  
Topic Poland, UK, Ireland Masterfoods Polska Hazelnuts, nougat and caramel in milk chocolate  
Tortina Mini Italy      
Triple Decker Australia Cadbury-Schweppes White, milk, and pink chocolate layers  
Twin Bing USA Palmer Candy Co. Cherry cream center with chocolate/peanut coating (1931 - Bing Bar) Sold in pairs since the 1950s
Twirl Australia, UK, Ireland Cadbury-Schweppes Long flakes of milk chocolate covered in a chocolate coating Sold singly or in pairs
Twix Worldwide Mars A cookie bar with two fingers of shortcake biscuit base topped with Caramel and covered in chocolate. Twix, It's All in the Mix
U-NO Bar USA Annabelle's Candy Milk Chocolate truffle-like center, covered with Milk Chocolate and ground almonds mint version discontinued 
Valomilk USA Sifers Candy Co. Liquid marshmallow filling in milk chocolate cups "When it runs down your chin, you know it's a Valomilk!" One of the few commercial candies still made by hand.
Vice Versa Nestlé Extinct
Violet Crumble Australia Nestlé Aerated crunchy honeycomb-like center in milk chocolate "It's the way it shatters that matters!" Originally, Hoadley's Chocolates (1923)
Walnettos USA   Walnut toffee chews Originally a penny candy (c.1920)
Walnut Whip UK, Ireland Nestlé Whorl-shaped chocolate cone with a fondant filling, topped with a walnut  
Welch's Fudge USA James O. Welch Co. Chocolate fudge bar with chocolate coating (1927) Extinct
Whatchamacallit USA Hershey Chocolate peanut crisp and caramel in milk chocolate  
Whip Australia Cadbury-Schweppes Fluffy nougat and caramel in milk chocolate  
White Knight Australia Nestlé Chewy mint nougat in milk chocolate  
White Rabbit China, Philippines   milk/vanilla taffy  
Wispa UK, Ireland Cadbury-Schweppes Smooth velvety chocolate bar (1970s) Extinct (successor: Dairy Milk Bubbly - 2003). Reintroduced - September 2007.
Wonka Bar USA, Australia Nestlé Graham cracker bits in chocolate  
Wonka Mud Sludge Australia Nestlé Fudge center in chocolate  
Wow Wee Maui, Hawaii Wow Wee Maui Corp Varieties: Kava Chocolate Bar; Milk Chocolate Estate Coffee & Toffee; Milk Chocolate & Hawaiian Macadamia Nut; Milk Chocolate Kona Coffee & Carmel; Milk Chocolate Macadamia Nut & Chewy Banana; White Chocolate & Dark Chocolate Raspberry Crunch; Dark Chocolate & Coconut Favorite candy of mauisnake.
Wunderbar Canada Cadbury-Schweppes Caramel and crunchy peanut butter filling in milk chocolate "C'est carachidébile!"
York Peppermint Pattie USA, Canada Hershey Peppermint cream filling in dark chocolate  
Yorkie UK, Ireland Nestlé Chunky chocolate bar "Not for girls!"
Zagnut USA NECCO Peanut butter crunch with toasted coconut D. L. Clark Co. 
Zero Bar USA Hershey Chocolate nougat, almonds and caramel in white coating Hollywood Candy Co. (c. 1930) Coating originally white chocolate

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Manufacturers

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References

  • Almond, Steve (2004) Candyfreak, Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill ISBN 1-56512-421-9
  • Broekel, Ray (1982) The Great American Candy Bar Book, Houghton Mifflin Co. ISBN 0-395-32502-1
  • Richardson, Tim (2002) Sweets: A History of Candy, Bloomsbury ISBN 1-58234-307-1

See also

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