OTHER CHOCOLATE BARS
As well at Kit Kat, Aero and Yorkie, there are lots of other chocolate bars from Nestlé Rowntree for you to enjoy.
- Caramac bar
A caramel candybar, this product is only available in one pack format. It was launched in 1959, and is still very popular today. Caramac is Gluten Free, Egg Free, Nut Free and is also suitable for vegetarians
Animal Bar was launched in 1963 as a real milk chocolate bar, with a fun game on the inside of each wrapper. Every bar has two different named animals moulded in the surface. There are a total of eight different animals: Lion, Monkey, Parrot, Leopard, Zebra, Bear, Antelope and Iguana.
- Nestlé Crunch
Crunch bars were launched in 1965. There are two versions available; white chocolate with crisped rice and milk chocolate with crisped rice.
A crisp wafer dipped in chewy caramel and covered in REAL milk chocolate. Drifter was launched in 1980 and is sold as 'the chewy chocolate bar that you really have to get your teeth into'. Drifter packaging is supported by two brand strap lines: 'Too much chew for one bar ' and 'Chewier than the average chocolate bar'. On average, it takes one hour to make a Drifter bar from start to finish and over 90 million are produced each year. It outsells Time Out and Picnic.
Lion bars were launched in 1976 and are aimed primarily at young men aged 16-24.
- Milky Bar
Milkybar is a smooth, creamy, white chocolate. It was launched in 1937 and has a heritage of nearly 70 years. Milkybar contains the goodness of full cream milk, with nearly half a pint in every 100g of chocolate. It is trusted by Mums and benefits from its association with goodness, purity and security. The Milkybar kid made his debut in 1961; he celebrated his 40th birthday in 2001!
- Walnut Whip
Launched in 1910, Walnut Whip is Nestle Rowntree's oldest current brand. It was previously made by Duncan's of Edinburgh. Over 1 million walnuts are used every week in the manufacture of Walnut Whips at Halifax, West Yorkshire. Most of them are imported from China and India. The original Walnut Whip used to have a walnut placed inside the shell as well as on top. Almost one Walnut Whip is eaten every 2 seconds in the UK. Walnut Whip generated £8million of sales in 2003.
- Toffee Crisp
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Toffee and crisped rice filled milk chocolate. Toffee Crisp was first launched in 1963. Toffee Crisp is Nestle Rowntree's 12th biggest selling brand and is a lighter brand than most on the market, therefore it is slightly more popular with women.