PayDay (1932): In 1932, the Hollywood Candy Company launched the classic caramel.
3 Musketeers (1932): Though the name draws inspiration from Alexandre Dumas’ novel.
Mars Bar (1932): Probably one of the most popular candy bars in the world.
Snickers (1930): The combination of chocolate, peanuts, caramel, and nougat.
Zagnut (1930): The D. L. Clark Company created this peanut butter and coconut.
Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups: Not quite a chocolate bar as such, the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup is nonetheless.
Heath Bar (1928): Brothers Bayard and Everett Heath originally marketed this candy.
Charleston Chew (1925): This candy bar was inspired by the Charleston, a 1920s.
Mr. Goodbar (1925): Hershey launched this bar under the fictitious company.
Cherry Ripe (1924): Cherry Ripe is Australia’s oldest (and favorite) candy bar.
Milky Way (1923): Milky Way is the oldest surviving candy bar from Mars, Inc.
Butterfinger (1923): Bart Simpson made these popular in the 1990s, but Butterfingers.
Abba-Zaba (1922): Love it or hate it, Abba-Zaba has been around for over.
Baby Ruth (1921): Otto Schering, founder of the Curtiss Candy Company.
Mounds (1920): Despite popular belief, Mounds and Almond Joy were not created.