Popular Candy Sold in United States Of America

List of the most notable, well-known and popular candy sold in United States of America . List is organized alphabetically, not by taste, and features pictures of the United States of America candy whenever possible. Additional information about the United States of America candy’s history and where the United States of America can be found is available by clicking the name of the candy. List items include Zagnut, GooGoo Cluster and more. {#nodes}

  • 100 Grand Bar
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    100 Grand Bar is a candy bar produced by Nestlé in the United States. The candy bar was created in 1966, and named after a series of successful game shows. It weighs 1.5 ounces and includes chocolate, caramel and crisped rice. The bar contains 190 calories; it is low in cholesterol and sodium, but high in saturated fat and sugar. Its slogan is "That's Rich!"
  • 3 Musketeers
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    3 Musketeers is a candy bar made in the United States and Canada by Mars, Incorporated. It is a chocolate-covered fluffy whipped chocolate bar. The 3 Musketeers Bar was the third brand produced and manufactured by M&M/Mars, introduced in 1932. Originally, it had three pieces in one package, flavored chocolate, strawberry and vanilla, hence the name. Rising costs and wartime restrictions on sugar saw the phasing out of the vanilla and strawberry pieces to leave only the more popular chocolate. Costing five cents when it was introduced, it was marketed as one of the largest chocolate bars available, one that could be shared by friends. To mark the 75th anniversary of the introduction of the ...more
  • The 5th Avenue is a candy bar produced and marketed by The Hershey Company. The bar consists of a crunchy peanut butter center covered in chocolate. The bar was topped with two chocolate-covered almonds until the mid-1990s, when the almonds were removed.
  • Almond Joy
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    An Almond Joy is a candy bar manufactured by Hershey's. It consists of a coconut-based center topped with one or two almonds, the combination enrobed in a layer of milk chocolate. Almond Joy is the sister product of Mounds, which is a similar confection but without the almond and coated instead with dark chocolate; it also features similar packaging and logo design, but in a red color scheme instead of Almond Joy's blue.
  • Baby Ruth
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    Baby Ruth is an American candy bar made of peanuts, caramel and chocolate-flavored nougat covered in compound chocolate. It is owned by the Swiss company Nestlé. In 1921, the Curtiss Candy Company refashioned its Kandy Kake into the Baby Ruth. The bar was a staple of the Chicago-based company for some seven decades. Curtiss was purchased by Nabisco in 1981. In 1990, RJR Nabisco sold the Curtiss brands to Nestlé.
  • Bit-O-Honey is an American candy product. It first appeared in 1924 and was made by the Schutter-Johnson Company of Chicago, Illinois, United States. Bit-O-Honey was a new kind of candy bar consisting of six pieces wrapped in wax paper and then packaged in a cover wrapper. The candy consists of almond bits embedded in a honey-flavored taffy, which makes for a long-chewing candy. Both a large version the size of a candy bar and a small, bite-sized version are available for sale, the latter in bags of multiple units. In 1969, Schutter-Johnson was merged into the Ward Candy Company of New York City, makers of other candies, including Chunky, Oh Henry! and Raisinets. Between the mid- and ...more