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Some things you just don't outgrow. The unique combination of rich milk chocolate and crisped rice in Nestlé Crunch is one of them. Since 1938 Nestlé Crunch has been bringing out the kid in people all over the world. That's before hula hoops, pet rocks, video games, and sudoku. Today there are many ways to Crunch , each just as much fun as the next. Leapfrog anyone?
The Curtiss Candy Company had been founded near Chicago, Illinois, in 1922 by Otto Schnering, using his mother's maiden name. The Butterfinger candy bar was invented by him during 1923. The company held a public contest to choose the name of this candy. In an early marketing campaign, the company dropped Butterfinger candy bars from airplanes in cities across the United States as a publicity stunt that helped increase its popularity.
Snickers Candy Bar Facts:
Snickers candy bar was named after one of Frank Mars’ favorite horses.
Up until 1990, the Snickers candy bar was known as the “Marathon” candy bar in Britain. Upon switching the name to Snickers, as it was known to the rest of the world, the candy bar went from the number one selling candy bar in Britain to the number three.
About 100 tons of peanuts go into making about 15 million Snickers bars each day.
Each Snickers bar contains roughly 16 peanuts.
The pattern on the underside of the Snickers bars comes from the belt they ride on while the chocolate cools.
National Lighthouse Day honors the beacon of light that, for hundreds of years, symbolized safety and security for ships and boats at sea. At one time, the beacon of light could be found across almost all of America’s shorelines.