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Peanut Chews - Original Dark Goldenberg's Peanut Chews
Peanut Chews candies were developed in 1917 by the Goldenberg family and were used by the US Military during WWI as a ration bar because of their high energy/high protein recipe. Peanut Chews are known for their delicious chewy, chocolaty pieces loaded with roasted peanuts. This version is covered in dark chocolate for a wonderfully rich flavor.

Price: $1.39

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Look! Bar Look! Bar
Look! is a candy bar with a chewy, peanut-filled nougat covered with mouth-watering, rich dark chocolate. Look! has been a West Coast favorite since the 1950's and is considered a chocolate covered alternative to the Big Hunk.

Price: $1.29

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Mallo Cup Mallo Cup
Mallo Cup features a whipped marshmallow creme center surrounded by a delicious combination of milk chocolate and coconut. In the early 1900's, the Mallo Cup became the first cup candy in America. Today's Mallo Cups still offer the "Play Money" program many fans will remember from their childhood.

Price: $1.29

Maple Bun Bar Maple Bun Bar
This old-fashioned treat harks back to the 50's and consists of a creamy maple center covered with milk chocolate and fresh Virginia peanuts. Made by Pearson's Candy, which has been in the candy making business for over 90 years.

Price: $1.39

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Mr. Big Mr. Big
The largest sized candy bar made by Cadbury. Layers of vanilla wafers, coated in caramel, peanuts and rice crisps covered in milk chocolate.

Price: $1.99

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Oh! Henry Oh Henry!
A classic candy bar consisting of two peanutty caramel fudge bars in milk chocolate. First introduced in Chicago in 1920 by the Williamson Candy Company.

Price: $1.29

Rocky Road Rocky Road
This retro candy bar features a delightfully light, fluffy marshmallow topped with roasted cashew nuts and covered with rich milk chocolate. One of the best selling chocolate bars on the West Coast.

Price: $1.29

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Sky Bar Sky Bar
If you remember enjoying the Seven Up Bar, you will love Sky Bar. This delicious treat has four flavors in one: caramel, vanilla, peanut, and fudge each wrapped in milk chocolate.

Price: $1.29

Twin Bing Twin Bing
Made by the Palmer Candy Company of Sioux City, Iowa, the Twin Bing consists of two round, chewy nougats of cherry flavored center wrapped in a combination of chopped peanuts and chocolate. Established in 1878, the Palmer Candy Company is one of the country's oldest candy companies; the original Bing candy was first introduced in 1923.

Price: $1.19

U-No Candy Bars U-No Candy Bar
U-No Candy Bars have a smooth, rich, truffle-like center with tiny, crushed almonds covered with a creamy milk chocolate. This candy bar has been around since the 1920s, when it was first produced by the Cardinet Candy Company, which was acquired by the Annabelle Candy Company in 1978.

Price: $1.29

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#1 Cow Tales - Chocolate - Chewy chocolate caramel with a cream center. Yummy!

#2 Valomilk - "The Original Flowing Center Candy Cup"
This treat features creamy, flowing marshmallow in two milk chocolate cups. Valomilk candy is still made the way candy used to be made: by hand, one batch at a time. Sifers still uses the original family recipe to make this truly old-fashioned treat.
Try freezing it before eating it for an extra special treat.
Since 1931.

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