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Five of Canada's best chocolates

Five of Canada's best chocolates
Five of Canada's best chocolates

Chocolate production began in Canada in 1885. Charles "Candy" Rogers created the first chocolate in the back of his grocery store. Since then, the art of making chocolate has been practised in Canada.

Big Turk

Big Turk is a famous chocolate candy bar. Nestle Canada makes this Canadian candy, which is a Turkish delight.

Loukoum Jelly is a sugary, starchy mixture with a hard gel-like consistency. It's a mixed jelly ("Loukoum") and thin Nestle chocolate. The candy and packaging are retro in design and come in red, white, and blue. The bar is covered in milk chocolate.

Cherry Blossom Candy

Cherry Blossom is a Canadian chocolate candy bar that is one of the oldest. Walter M. Lowney's Company invented candy and has been producing it since the 1890s. Hershey Canada currently owns it. The new owner continues the tradition, and the nostalgic candy remains popular.

Cherry Blossom is packaged in a cardboard box and wrapped in tin foil. A maraschino cherry filling and cherry syrup are inside the delicious chocolate, shredded coconut, and roasted peanuts. Imagine how tasty and liquid the chocolate candy must be. And after watching its breathtaking 1970s commercial, which is famous worldwide, chances are you'll rush to the store to get your Cherry Blossom Candy.

Eat-More Candy Bar

In the 1930s, the Lowney Company in Canada invented the Eat More Candy Bar. Hershey is currently acquiring the brand and candy bar. Dark toffee, peanuts, and chocolate make up chocolate.

It has a chewy texture and is available in rectangular and flat shapes. While eating, it stretches. "Dive into the unique taste of chewy dark toffee, peanut, and chocolate," the slogan says.

Coffee Crisp Chocolate Bar

Canada produces Coffee Crisp Chocolate. Biscrisp was the name given to the bar in Canada. Rowntree's was the first company to market it. Nestle currently controls it.

This Canadian candy bar has layers of a vanilla wafer filled with coffee-flavoured soft candy. The mixture is then layered with milk chocolate. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, newer flavours of the candy were introduced, including "Coffee Crisp Orange," "Coffee Crisp Raspberry," "Coffee Crisp Cafe Caramel," and "Coffee Crisp White."


Smarties have been on the Canadian market for over 77 years now. Those sweet treats date back to 1918. Currently, this Canadian candy is manufactured by Nestle Canada in its Ontario, Canada Chocolate Factory.

Smarties are colourful, hard-shelled candies that have a chocolate filling. Candies are crunchy and sweet at the same time. They come in different colours and flavours. Not artificial, but natural. Eight colours are included: Red, Orange, Green, Pink, Yellow, Purple, Brown, and Blue.


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