100 Grand Bar

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100 Grand Bar[edit | edit source]

The 100 Grand Bar is a popular American candy bar that was first introduced in 1966. It is manufactured by the Nestlé company and is known for its unique combination of caramel, chocolate, and crispy rice.

History[edit | edit source]

The 100 Grand Bar was originally created by the F.A. Foreman Company, which was later acquired by Nestlé. It was initially named the "100,000 Dollar Bar" to emphasize its rich and indulgent taste. However, the name was eventually changed to the "100 Grand Bar" to make it more relatable to consumers.

Ingredients[edit | edit source]

The main ingredients of the 100 Grand Bar include milk chocolate, caramel, and crispy rice. The milk chocolate coating provides a smooth and creamy texture, while the caramel adds a sweet and chewy element. The crispy rice gives the bar a satisfying crunch.

Popularity[edit | edit source]

The 100 Grand Bar has gained a significant following over the years and has become a beloved candy bar in the United States. Its popularity can be attributed to its delicious combination of flavors and textures. It is often enjoyed as a snack or as a treat during special occasions.

Cultural References[edit | edit source]

The 100 Grand Bar has made appearances in popular culture, including references in movies, TV shows, and songs. Its distinctive packaging and unique taste have made it a recognizable symbol of American candy.

See Also[edit | edit source]

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