5 Discontinued Chocolate Bars From Childhood
Chocolate is a sweet but serious business. Below is a list of once popular chocolate bars that have come and gone.
Do we miss them? Or are we glad that they have gone the way of the dinosaur…extinct!
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PB MAX was a launched back in late 1989 and it contained peanut butter with oats on top of a whole grain square shaped cookie covered in milk chocolate. The weird thing about this candy bar was that according to a former Mars executive, although the candy bar made over $50 million in sales, the candy was discontinued because the Mars family didn’t care much for peanut butter. Ludicrous, I know.
‘Tame the Chocolate Beasty’ was its slogan. The Bar None featured a chocolate-covered cocoa wafer filled with chocolate and peanuts. The public didn’t quite take to this candy bar and was discontinued in 1997.
Hershey’s Cookies and Mint
This sweet concoction of chocolate, cookies and mint came out as a limited edition bar in the ‘90s and now discontinued.
Secret Chocolate Bar
This candy bar was manufactured by Nestle and consisted of a creamy mousse center covered in chocolate. This candy was never really popular and while it survived the ‘80s and into the ‘90s, it didn’t last past that.
Nestle Alpine White With Almonds
This candy bar came out in the ‘90s and stayed there. Today it has its own facebook page for those of you that are looking to bring the candy bar back.