Snickers Is Bringing Back A Fan-Favorite Flavor

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In 1930, the original Snickers bar cost five cents. Even though it costs more now, the candy has become one of America's favourites. A total of 400 million bars are sold every year.

The original Snickers bar has peanuts, nougat, caramel, and chocolate, but the company has made several other kinds.

If you want a creamier candy bar, you can replace the peanuts with almonds or peanut butter. Peanut Brownie is available for people who like chocolate.

Snickers has made limited-edition flavours like Cinnamon Bun, Espresso, and Fiery, which had hot peppers mixed into the nougat. Most of these flavours change with the seasons.

But one flavour that was taken off the market became very popular, and Snickers heard that people wanted it back.

Snickers' Rockin' Nut Road candy bar is back because people wanted it. In 2017, the flavour was no longer available.

The candy bar will have roasted almonds, silky caramel, and marshmallow-flavored nougat wrapped in dark chocolate.

Fans were sad when the flavour was taken off the market in 2017, and they blogged about it years later.

Mars Wrigley, which owns Snickers, hopes that bringing back the flavour will please customers.

The Snickers Rockin' Nut Road candy bars will be available in three sizes: Single (1.41 oz), Share Size (2.82 oz), and Sharing Size Pack (2.82 oz) (7.7 oz).

At the end of February, the candy will once again be available for purchase in retailers.

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