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Munch (candy bar)

MUNCH Nut Bar
A Munch bar

Munch is a candy bar manufactured by Mars, Incorporated and sold in the United States. The bar was introduced in 1970 as the Snickers Munch Bar[1] and was later relabeled "Munch". It is made of only six ingredients: peanuts, sugar, butter, corn syrup, salt and soy lecithin.

The candy bar contains no chocolate and is comparable to peanut brittle, though the Munch bar has a higher density of peanuts compared to most brittles.

Due to its short list of simple ingredients, it is marketed as being healthy and natural.[2]

References

  1. ^ "Confectionery Timeline". 
  2. ^ "MUNCH Nut Bar Official Page". 

External links

  • Official website
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