Can You Guess the Candy From its Slogan?

Tamar Aprahamian

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About This Quiz

Chocolates and gummies and peanut butter, oh my! This quiz is sure to work your cravings. See how well you know some of the best slogans in the candy industry.

Taste the Rainbow!

Skittles were first made in 1974 by a British company. They began production in the United States in 1982.

"Sometimes you feel like a nut. Sometimes you don’t. _________ have nuts. Mounds don't."

An Almond Joy is a Mounds but with an almond in the middle. The candy was created by Toni Castronova and Michael Darcy.

"Give me a break. Break me off a piece of that __________ bar!"

A Kit Kat is a chocolate-covered wafer bar. The candy was created by Rowntree's of York, in the United Kingdom.

"There's no wrong way to eat a _______."

Reese's were first introduced in 1928. They are distributed throughout the world and owned by The Hershey Company.

"Hungry? Why wait?"

Snickers were first introduced to the world in 1930. Global annual sales are around $2 billion.

"Melts in your mouth, not in your hands."

M&Ms were first introduced in the United States on February 28, 1941. They are considered "colorful button-shaped chocolates."

"Two for me, none for you."

Twix are owned by Mars, Inc. They were introduced in 1967 in the United Kingdom.

"Nobody better lay a finger on my _______!"

Butterfingers were introduced in the United States in 1923. They were created by Otto Schnering in Chicago, Illinois.

"How many licks does it take to get to the Tootsie Roll Center of a __________? The world may never know."

Tootsie Pops were invented by Lukas R. Weisgram in 1931. The original flavor was chocolate.

"Unexplainably juicy"

Starbursts come in a variety of flavor packs, including Original, Tropical, Sour, FaveReds, Very Berry, and Superfruit Flavor.

"That's rich!"

100 Grand was formerly known as $100,000 Bar. It was created in 1966.

"Isn't life juicy?"

Starbursts were originally known as Opal Fruits. They were introduced in 1960 by Mars.

"At work, rest and play, you get three great tastes in a __________."

The Milky Way bar was introduced by Mars, Inc. in 1923. It is similar to a 3 Musketeers.

"Double your pleasure, double your fun."

Owned by Wrigley Company, Doublemint Gum was first introduced in 1914. It advertised that it had double-strength peppermint flavor.

"Get the sensation"

York Peppermint Patties were first introduced in York, Pennsylvania by Henry Kessler. The product was launched nationally in 1975.

"The great American chocolate bar."

Just a plain ol' chocolate bar. Hershey's bars were introduced in 1900. For more than a century, The Hershey Company has produced a variety of chocolate bars.

"Say it with a kiss."

Hershey's Kisses are bite-sized chocolates, described as flat-bottomed teardrops.

"How do you eat yours?"

Cadbury Creme Eggs are a thick chocolate shell, shaped like an egg, with white and orange fondant filing. They were first introduced in 1919 in the UK.

"A lighter way to enjoy chocolate."

3 Musketeers were first introduced in the United States in 1932. They are a chocolate bar with a fluffy whipped stuffing.

"It's more than a mouthful, it's _________!"

Whatchamacallit is a crispy rice candy bar covered in chocolate. It was introduced in the US in 1978.

"Dirty mouth? Chew on this."

Orbit Gum is a sugarless chewing gum made by the Wrigley Company. The company caught a lot of slack for this 'dirty' campaign.

"Put a _____ in your mouth and get a bang out of life."

Tic Tacs were introduced in Italy in 1969. They come in a variety of flavors, not just mint.

"A hole lot of fun."

Life Savers are ring-shaped, hard candies. They range in flavor from mint to fruity.

"Curiously strong mints"

Altoids come in a tin. They were created in 1780 by Smith & Company, a London-based company.

"Cleans your teeth while it cleans your breath."

Dentyne Gum was created in 1899 by a New York City pharmacist named Franklin V. Canning.

"Do you eat the red ones last?"

Smarties were introduced to the world in 1949. The Smarties Candy Company produces more than 2.5 billion each year.

"Don't let hungry happen to you."

In 1984, Mars paid $5 million to have Snickers and M&M's named the "official snack: of the 1984 Summer Olympics." The Games were held in Los Angeles that year.

"Try both, and pick a side."

The name Twix comes from the combination of 'twin' and 'biscuits,' or 'twin bix.'

"Crispety, crunchety, peanut-buttery..."

In 2010, Butterfinger had more than $598 million in sales.

"It's not just a mint, it's a _______."

A Tic Tac is 94% sugar. It is the one and only "1.5 calorie breath mint"... which has been used as another one of its slogans.

"If he kissed you once, will he kiss you again?"

Certs are a breath mint, or candy mint. They are approximately 18mm in circumference.

"The sweet you can eat between meals (without ruining your appetite)."

In the United States, one Milky Way bar is 58.12 grams. It contains 21 grams of sugar.

"Makes mouths happy"

Twizzlers were introduced in 1845. They are a product of Y&S Candies, Inc., which is now part of The Hershey Company.

"Savor the good stuff."

Baby Ruth was formerly owned by Curtiss Candy Company and RJR Nabisco. The bar is supposedly named after President Grover Cleveland's daughter, Ruth.

"It's all in the mix."

There have been several variations of Twix bars over the years. They include the Twix McFlurry at McDonald's, the Gingerbread Twix at Christmas, and Chocolate Ice Cream Twix Bars.

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