Some names of candy bars are Mr. Goodbar, Hershey Bar, 5th Avenue, Pay Day and Baby Ruth. Some other candy bar names are Mounds, Whatchamacallit, Almond Joy, Skor and 100 Grand. Snickers, Butterfinger, Twix, 3 Musketeers and Milky Way are some other candy bar names.
Mr. Goodbar is a candy bar that is manufactured by the Hershey Company. The candy was introduced in 1925 and it contains peanuts and chocolate. Milton Hershey, the owner of the Hershey Company, didn't want his brand to be associated with a chocolate bar that contained peanuts. In order to distance the company from the Mr. Goodbar, the candy was introduced as being produced by a fake company William Murrie invented called the "Chocolate Sales Corporation."
The Hershey's Bar was the first candy bar manufactured by the Hershey Company. It was also the first chocolate bar that was mass-produced in the United States. The bar was first sold in 1900, and a version with almonds was released in 1908. The type of milk chocolate that is used to create these candy bars is cheaper to make than the chocolate that is used in other candy bars. This is because the chocolate is less sensitive to the freshness of the milk that is used to create it.