1. Kit Kat flavors available in Japan include wine, sweet potato, wasabi, and soy sauce.
2. A 3 Musketeers bar originally included three smaller bars: one vanilla, one chocolate and one strawberry.
3. Chocolate magnate Milton Hershey had reservations on the Titanic. He ended up taking an earlier ship.
4. M&M’s actually stands for “Mars & Murrie’s,” the candy’s founders—Forrest Mars Sr. & William F. R. Murrie.
5. The name PEZ (as in PEZ Dispensers) comes from the German word for peppermint — PfeffErminZ.
6. Toblerone is a portmanteau of the creator’s name, Theodor Tobler, and “torrone,” an Italian word for a type of nougat.
7. Early Life Savers flavors included Lic-O-Rice, Cinn-O-Mon, Vi-O-let, Choc-O-Late, and Cl-O-ve.
8. Until the early 1930s, the Sugar Daddy caramel candy was called the Papa Sucker.
9. Real Names of Old Candy Bars: Chicken Dinner, Vegetable Sandwich, Fat Emma and Milk Nut Loaf.
10. In the 1930s, Admiral Byrd brought 2½ tons of NECCO Wafers to the South Pole for his men during their two-year stay.
Crazy stuff eh? HAPPY HALLOWEEN! - Shellie Hart