Sunday, February 14, 2010

18 Popular Chocolate Bars From Around the World

By List Gazette

I love candy bars. I also love the smell of gas, which has led to some loitering at gas stations and an insuing restraining order, but that's beside the point. Candy bars are delicious, and they are enjoyed almost everywhere. Here are some popular candy bars from around the world.

Czech Republic: Orion


Orion, also called the "blue star," is the major player in candy bars.


UK: Cadbury's Dairy Milk

A popular British milk chocolate bar, first made in 1905.

Germany: Milka

Milka is Kraft Foods' best-selling brand of milk chocolate. It is sold in bar form, in holiday shapes, and in a variety of specialty forms.

Japan: Meiji

A popular chocolate manufacturer in Japan.

Chile: Ambrosoli


Saudi Arabia: Galaxy

Galaxy chocolate is highly popular in United Kingdom and the Middle East as well as in Africa. The brand is also known as Dove in many parts of the world including the United States, People's Republic of China, Germany, the Netherlands, Canada, Australia, France and Greece. However, the chocolate used in Dove products in the United States is different in taste from the chocolate used in Galaxy in the United Kingdom.

Israel: Elite

The most popular candy bar in Israel.

Colombia: Jet


USA: Snickers

Snickers is a candy bar made by Mars, Incorporated. It consists of peanuts, nougat topped with roasted peanuts and caramel covered with milk chocolate.
I agree I LOVE ME SOME SNICKERS!!! DeHUNGERIZE!!!!!!!!!
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UK: Aero

Aero is a milk chocolate bar filled with bubbles of air, made by Nestlé.

South Korea: Crunky

Wanna get CRUNK?!

Sweden: Dajm/Daim

Daim is a crunchy butter almond bar covered in milk chocolate.

World Wide: Kit-Kat

Each bar consists of fingers composed of three layers of crème-filled wafer, covered in an outer layer of chocolate. Popular all over the world.

Norway: Krembanan

Krembanan is a chocolate-banana candy bar in the shape of a banana, made by Nidar.
*To me it looks like a pickle lol!!*

Poland: Prince Polo

Prince Polo is made from chocolate-covered wafers. It is Poland's most popular candy bar, but is also sold in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Lithuania and Ukraine under the name Siesta, and in Iceland, where it’s known as “Prins Póló.”

The Netherlands: Balisto

Balisto is a wholemeal biscuit bar snack, consisting of a digestive biscuit center and a variety of milky cream toppings, and coated in milk chocolate.

Ukraine: Roshen



I think these deserve honorable mention: BUBU LUBU



I first discovered them at Target. They are from Mexico. A Zombie Flesheater's Chocolate Fantasy featuring a strawberry and marshmallow filling with a chocolate covering. It is manufactured by Ricolino Candies (under the control of the Bimbo Company). Bubu Lubu is currently available in some H.E.B. grocery stores and Wal-Mart stores in Texas, Mercado del Pueblo in Georgia, as well as in some Chicago and Miami, Florida area Target stores, as well as NV gas stations and Mexican owned grocery stores in New Brunswick, NJ. Its packaging describes the candy as "jalea y malvavisco cubiertos con sabor chocolate" or "strawberry-flavored jelly and marshmallow with chocolate flavored coating". Bubu Lubu is often eaten frozen.

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