Sweets – and when they were introduced

I absolutely love sweets and if you do too this will be a good post for you. Here is a list of when sweets were introduced:

  • Fry’s chocolate cream – 1866
  • Toblerone – 1900
  • Cadbury’s dairy milk – 1905
  • Cadbury’s Bournville – 1910
  • Mars bar – 1923
  • Crunchie – 1929
  • Terry’s all gold – 1932
  • Rowntree’s black magic – 1933
  • Kit-Kat – 1935 (For the first two years it was called the ‘Chocolate crisp’)
  • Aero – 1935
  • Quality street – 1936
  • Rolo – 1937
  • Milky bar – 1937
  • Cadbury’s roses – 1938
  • Bounty – 1951
  • Galaxy – 1958
  • Picnic – 1958
  • After eight – 1962
  • Toffee crisp – 1963
  • Twix – 1967
  • Yorkie – 1976
  • Cadbury eclairs – 1974
  • Cadbury’s caramel, double decker and lion bar – 1976
  • Drifter – 1980
  • Wispa – 1983
  • Boost – 1985
  • Twirl – 1987
  • Cadbury’s white buttons – 1989
  • Timeout – 1992
  • Fuse – 1996 (40 million bars sold in the first week)
  • Maverick – 1997
  • Cadbury’s miniature heroes, Cadbury’s giant button, kit-kat chunky – 1999
  • Cadbury brunchbar, dream, snowflake – 2001
  • Kit-Kat Kubes – 2003
  • Fruit smarties, kit-kat editions – 2004

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Riddle of the day: What do you throw out when you want to use it, but take it in when you don’t want to use it?

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