Candy or Chocolate Bar
A chocolate bar is a confection in bar form
comprising some or all of the following components: cocoa solids, cocoa
butter, sugar, milk. The relative presence or absence of these
components form the subclasses of dark chocolate, milk chocolate, and
white chocolate. In addition to these main ingredients, it may contain
emulsifiers such as soy lecithin and flavors such as vanilla. There are
many varieties of chocolate; milk chocolate, dark chocolate, white
chocolate, peanut butter chocolate, and many more.
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What is a candy bar?
2. Certain brands of chocolate bars are sold as
being for nutritional supplementation purposes. These bars contain
protein and various vitamins while still retaining a sweet taste. would
fit into this category. What is the name of the candy bar that fits into
3. How was candy sold up to and including the 19th
4. What has chocolates come to mean?
5. What was the convenience from the late-19th
6. Who sold he first wrapped chocolate bar?
7. A number of the bars developed then still exist
in relatively unchanged form. In the U.S., most candy bars started out
priced at ten cents, down to five cents during the Great Depression, and
back to ten after World War II. This price remained stable until the
late 1960s. True or False?
8. During the first half of the 20th century in
the U.S., there were thousands of different candy bars being
manufactured and distributed locally or regionally by small candy
companies. Some of these still survive, but a few major manufacturers
have taken over the marketplace, buying up smaller companies and
reproducing the most popular of their candy bars. True or False?
1. A candy bar (called a chocolate bar in British
English, Australian English and Canadian English, where the word candy
refers specifically to sugar candy) is a form of confectionery usually
packaged in a bar or log form, often coated with chocolate, and sized as
a snack for one person. But within that term, a wide variety of products
exist, ranging from solid chocolate bars to multiple layerings or
mixtures of ingredients such as nuts, fruit, caramel or fondant.
2. The PowerBar brand candy bars
3. Candy of all sorts was typically sold by
weight, loose, in small pieces that would be bagged as bought.
4. The introduction of chocolate as something that
could be eaten as is, rather than used to make beverages or desserts,
resulted in the earliest bar forms, or tablets. At some point, chocolates
came to mean any chocolate-covered candies, whether nuts, creams
(fondant), caramels, or others.
5. The candy bar evolved from all of these in the
late-19th century as a way of packaging and selling candy more
conveniently, for both buyer and seller. This "convenience"
did not include price, of course, as the buyer had to pay for the
packaging. It was considerably cheaper to buy candy loose, or in bulk.
6. Although chocolate bars and candy bars had
their beginnings in the 19th century, it was in the early-20th century
that this confectionery commercial venture grew most rapidly. The first
wrapped chocolate bar was sold in 1910 by the Ganong Brothers company in