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Click pic to view comments - Confirmed sighting: Nestle Wonka chocolate bars Confirmed sighting: Nestle Wonka chocolate bars
Posted: 13:10 Wed 29-Jun-2005. Price: 1.50 (150g), 45p (unspecified smaller size). Location: Sainsbury's. Sub-flavours: Whipple Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight, Nutty Crunch Surprise, Triple Dazzle Caramel. Nutritional unusualness: See below.
"Lee Maguire" reports: Fudgemallow is the best of the three. Nutty Crunch Surprise doesn't taste nutty at all - but it's a Dahl gag, so fair enough. Needs to be consumed slightly chilled.

..."Lee" here confirms his previous observations - though, according to the "Nutty Crunch Surprise*" wrapper I've got right here, Nestle claim "*And the Surprise is... Real Nutty Taste, Without Any Nuts!", even going so far to add a slightly less zany tagline to the "Milk chocolate with nutty* tasting mousse" description on the back: "*No nuts or their derivatives are used in the preparation of this product". Anyway, despite being apparently bought out by a controversial Swiss multinational (represented by Slugworth in the books?), Wonka's experiments continue with the imminent release of Fruity Wobble Drops ("fruit-flavoured jelly sweets covered in either milk chocolate or caramel", 39p), while choc fans are catered to by other companies with the launch of Fox's Creations Clusters (in Raspberry and Yoghurt or Milk Chocolate Fudge, 1.89 for 300g resealable tub).

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Posted: 07:23 Fri 01-Jul-2005 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: The smaller size bars are on sale in WH Smiths for 50p each. You get 6 smallish chunks in a bar. The no-nuts-involved Nutty Crunch Surprise [with small crunchy biscuit pieces included to further the deception] does not even remotely taste of nuts. There is a more nutty taste to the Fudgemallow Delight flavour, but that's nothing special either.
Posted: 10:15 Fri 01-Jul-2005 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: Bollocks. The nutty one tastes of hazelnut cream and is not very pleasant. I still have yet to try the caramel one, has anyone else tried - and is it any good? The bars are always melted in Woolwoths and look more like tubes of Frubes rather than chocolate. They don't have the caramel one in yet.
Posted: 13:10 Fri 01-Jul-2005 by "Nick "
(apparently posting from 81.156.249.193: host81-156-249-193.range81-156.btcentralplus.com) # permalink comment
Comment: All The Wonka Range is available here, they taste really good & so does the taffy like old opel fruits!
Posted: 12:15 Sat 02-Jul-2005 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: Tried triple dazzle caramel today - wow this one is delicious! It is basically white chocolate infused with a Caramac flavour, with chewy caramel in the middle. Deffinately one for Caramac/white chocolate fans.
Posted: 13:19 Sat 02-Jul-2005 by "Alex" # permalink comment
Comment: I have all except the Nutty bar- will tell you what I think later.
Posted: 18:08 Sun 03-Jul-2005 by "Helen Ramjutton" # permalink comment
Comment: Just had fudgemallow delight...throughout my childhood I dreamt of eating one of these..expecting it to taste of marshmallows and fudge...well it doesn't...tastes of nasty cheap chocolate..chocolate spread with horris hard fudge balls in the middle..I hope the other two are nicer!!!! And I didn't get a golden ticket :o(
Posted: 19:01 Wed 06-Jul-2005 by "Helen R" # permalink comment
Comment: Triple Dazzle caramel gets a massive thumbs up from me! White chocolate with caramel in the middle...ace if you stick em in the fridge 1st. Not for the faint-hearted though!
Posted: 16:36 Fri 08-Jul-2005 by "Alex" # permalink comment
Comment: These are the greatest chocolate bars available now.
Posted: 17:52 Fri 08-Jul-2005 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: i thought the fudge mallow one was pretty good, although i had to go to the gym after.
Posted: 03:51 Thu 14-Jul-2005 by "Jim" # permalink comment
Comment: When are these chocolates coming to the USA?
Posted: 10:39 Fri 15-Jul-2005 by "jessie and ben" # permalink comment
Comment: I dont care what any1 thinks the bars were genius... Normal chocolate then all of a sudden BANG!!! Explosive bits! It was a really livley chocolate bar.Where can i get some more, i haven't seen any for ages??? x
Posted: 17:46 Fri 15-Jul-2005 by "jb" # permalink comment
Comment: the exploding wonka bars seem to be no more. However the smarties xploder bars may provide the fizz that you like your chocolate to come with
Posted: 19:46 Mon 18-Jul-2005 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: The much bigger 150g blocks of these Wonka bars are on special offer in Woolworths right now. Instead of being £1.49 each, you can get any 2 for just £2 - a saving of 98p. For some strange reason though easiliy the best of the 3 Wonka flavours [the white chocolate Triple Dazzle Caramel] isn't made in the larger size. But the other 2 varieties actually benefit in taste from the larger size. Watch out - both melt very easily in this hot weather though. And still no sign of any of those elusive Golden Tickets either.
Posted: 18:09 Thu 21-Jul-2005 by "Gabe"
(apparently posting from 24.25.25.58: cpe-024-025-025-058.nc.res.rr.com) # permalink comment
Comment: I Love these chocolate Wonka bars i foud a golden ticket just this morning i got a Wonka bar in the mail just before Mr.Wolly gives the children baths and opend it and Wolla I saw a golden ticket im so isited
Posted: 18:16 Thu 21-Jul-2005 by "Willly Wonka" # permalink comment
Comment: Dear Pepole you do not know how i make my chocolate and i know were the next 2 golden tickes are.India and North carolina in The Wonka Shop downtown. Thank You, Willy Wonka
Posted: 19:21 Tue 26-Jul-2005 by "stevo" # permalink comment
Comment: i luv the fudgemallow ones...beutiful - got two of them for £2 from woolworths today :)
Posted: 12:42 Wed 27-Jul-2005 by "WeirdEars" # permalink comment
Comment: I have only tried the fudgemallow delight ones (the small ones) and I instantly got addicted! Must...have...MORE...FUDGEMALLOW!

Deeeeeeeee-lish! I might try Triple Dazzle Caramel... Dunno yet...


Posted: 12:51 Wed 27-Jul-2005 by "WeirdEars" # permalink comment
Comment: I have only tried the fudgemallow delight ones (the small ones) and I instantly got addicted! Must...have...MORE...FUDGEMALLOW!

Deeeeeeeee-lish! I might try Triple Dazzle Caramel... Dunno yet...


Posted: 16:25 Wed 27-Jul-2005 by "jb" # permalink comment
Comment: I have tried the Nutty Crunch surprise and I really quite liked it. It reminded me a bit of Nutella. And better yet there weren't too many biscuit pieces.
Posted: 17:59 Wed 27-Jul-2005 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: so can anyone explain to me where the 'triple' in the 'triple dazzle caramel' comes from? it tastes like milky way with caramel to me. two parts. it must be triple-your-recommended-daily-sugar intake, or something clever like that (it's the sweetest thing i've ever tasted!)
Posted: 18:12 Wed 27-Jul-2005 by "idiot charl" # permalink comment
Comment: i of course meant milkybar there instead of milky way or we'd be talking about a mars bar...
Posted: 10:24 Thu 28-Jul-2005 by "WeirdEars" # permalink comment
Comment: AAAAAAAAAH! CAN'T FIND WONKA BARS IN SHOPS! ALL SOLD OUT! Must...have...MORE...FUDGEMALLOW!

QUOTE: it must be triple-your-recommended-daily-sugar intake

Oh, well...Just don't eat sugary stuff for 3 days...Should be OK...LOL!


Posted: 20:35 Fri 29-Jul-2005 by "WeirdEars" # permalink comment
Comment: I tried a Triple Dazzle Caramal today...BEST CHOCOLATE BAR EVER!
Posted: 21:17 Fri 29-Jul-2005 by "johnny depp rocks my socks" # permalink comment
Comment: the film is tres bien much better than the first one and straight after seeing it you gotta get a wonka bar in fudgemallow delight ( which also happnes to rock my sokcs by the way) and feel a lil bit of the magic
Posted: 00:22 Sat 30-Jul-2005 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: you would of thought being a wonka bar it would be a crazy flavor or something, like chocolate coved jelly gummy bears mmmm different flavor chewing gums anything tasty and different, them wonka chocolate coved gums or what ever are horrable, i supose they are the let over bits from fruit pastiles. yuk!
Posted: 00:30 Sat 30-Jul-2005 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: also in the film the golden tickets are only found in one chocolate bar not a dozen or more in the UK, they are even advertising find a golden ticket on smarties and aero arghhhh bloody nestle trying to sell us there crap.
Posted: 10:15 Sat 30-Jul-2005 by "the drummer" # permalink comment
Comment: the cheapest price for a small bar is 25p at the spar
Posted: 13:52 Sun 31-Jul-2005 by "Sam" # permalink comment
Comment: I actually think that the nutty crunch surprise im addicted to them now!!! ever since i saw war of the worlds ive been addicted, and i went to see Charlie & the Chocolate Factory well equipped both times:D
Posted: 14:53 Sun 31-Jul-2005 by "Willy Wonka" # permalink comment
Comment: Do not swear.
Posted: 16:59 Sun 31-Jul-2005 by "bob " # permalink comment
Comment: dear Mr Wonka in this day of age "bloody" isnt a swear word no more. Thank You very mucg gramps!
Posted: 17:15 Sun 31-Jul-2005 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: Willy Wonka isnt from this day and age so leave him be.
Posted: 00:22 Mon 01-Aug-2005 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: well which Mr Wonka does he want to be old one or new one? anyways i could just eat a wonka bar.
Posted: 18:29 Mon 01-Aug-2005 by "Al - Rock" # permalink comment
Comment: ive bin waiting to get a wonka bar for ages ive bin to all my newsagents and supermarkets no sign of em ahhhh ive got a huge chocolate craving
Posted: 12:26 Tue 02-Aug-2005 by "WenderBee"
(apparently posting from 194.73.107.250: ) # permalink comment
Comment: Im with Willy Wonka, and i think some of your English is atrocious. By the way, i still want to try the chocolate!!!!!
Posted: 21:46 Tue 02-Aug-2005 by "Page" # permalink comment
Comment: These new Wonka bars are the best thing to happen to the chocolate market since the fondly remembered days of Wispa Gold. Recently, we have been inundated with uninspiring spin-off products such as the disappointing 'Kit-Kat Editions', about 600 variations of 'Rolo' and around 1500 variations of Cadbury's Dairy Milk (admittedly these are merely repackaged classics).

Imagine my joy when Nestle redeems its recent average form with the chocolate bar everyone has wanted to eat for years. Yes, the Whipple Scrumptious Fudge-Mallow Delight of course. Whilst this disappointed me in some ways by being nothing like the snack product I had imagined as a child, it certainly impressed me into buying around 8 150g bars of it within a month. There's something familiar about it (the Nestle chocolate) yet something else feels completely fresh. Truly ace.

The Nutty Crunch Surprise has also become a firm favourite of mine, primarily because it is a larger version of 'Munchies', though lacking the caramel, for a lower price (scaled up).

I have only tried the Triple Dazzle Caramel once and found it to be ridiculously sweet and therefore sickly but it also resolves the "why didn't I think of it?" market niche were 'Milky Bar' and 'Caramel' are united.

Overall, a top selection and at 2 for £2 on Whipple Scrumptious and Nutty Crunch at a number of leading retailers, there's no reason not to get them. Unless you don't like them that is.

Unfortunately, I fear Nestle will discontinue these bars in the near future despite high sales.


Posted: 22:51 Tue 02-Aug-2005 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: "600 variations of 'Rolo'" - ?

There's only been florida orange hasn't there? I know in other countries there are mint flavour and liquorice flavour Rolos though.


Posted: 10:49 Wed 03-Aug-2005 by "jb" # permalink comment
Comment: There were also Irish Cream Rolos which were so nice. Having finally tried all the Wonka bars I am really rather impressed by the Nutty Crunch Surprise and the Tripple Dazzle Caramel.
Posted: 03:21 Thu 04-Aug-2005 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: there was also cocunut rolos
Posted: 07:14 Thu 04-Aug-2005 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: And don't forget we had cookie Rolos which had little bits of biscuit in with the toffee. And I think Page is also thinking of the recent Rolo & Hunnies bags - the '&' being so small on the packaging most people thought they were buying honey rolos rather than just standard mini rolos with some small honey maltesers in the same bag.

I only know of mint and liquorice as toffo flavours by the way.


Posted: 16:54 Thu 04-Aug-2005 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: Texan bar is to relaunch laterer this month!
Posted: 16:58 Thu 04-Aug-2005 by "jb" # permalink comment
Comment: Hurrah! I am too young to remember the Texan so I am very keen to see what all the fuss was about. Doubtless there will be those who complain that they are not as good as they were. So let's judge it by its own charms, if it has any (which I am sure it will)
Posted: 19:09 Thu 04-Aug-2005 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: A man's gotta chew what a man's gotta chew. TEXAN - a mighty big bite. So ran the 70s adverts as a cartoon cowboy held off an army of Indians until he'd finished chewing his bar. I still remember eatling loads of them as a youngster because you got a free dinosaur sticker with every one you bought.

A box full of mysteriously brand new Texan bars appeared in the Sky One series The 70s Office earlier this year by the way but the contestants weren't too impressed by them.


Posted: 19:21 Thu 04-Aug-2005 by "Willy Wonka" # permalink comment
Comment: I am totally in love with all three of the wonka bars, they are the best chocolates around these days. totally bad for you and totally sickly, its what the world needs! whipple scrumptious fudgemallow delight is the best of the three, yet all three go best together all at once in your mouth.
Posted: 02:47 Fri 05-Aug-2005 by "I DUNNO!"
(apparently posting from 80.42.86.15: dsl-80-42-86-15.access.as9105.com) # permalink comment
Comment: I HAVE A BET GOING ON WITH MY MATE AS TO HU CAN GET TO WONKA BAR FIRST...I DDNT KNO SAINSBURYS SOLD 'EM (I WAS ENLIGHTENED THANX TO THIS SITE!! THANX!)!! CANT WAIT TO TRY 'EM (AND WIN THE BET!)...YUMYUM!!
Posted: 14:52 Fri 05-Aug-2005 by "Kakey & Marko" # permalink comment
Comment: Yummy scruptious!!!!!!! We have just munched our way through 30 bars and the umpa lumpa that sold us them! We're not geeks like u (esp. "Alex" Posted: 13:19 Sat 02-Jul-2005.)but the caramel one is the best....EVER!!!
Posted: 15:38 Fri 05-Aug-2005 by "bettydavis666" # permalink comment
Comment: i must say they all are good not the wobbler things tho what that about the nut one does taste like nut but the carramel one arhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh- hhhhhhhhh out of this world cant stop eating them still have not got golden ticket tho pants!!!!!!!!!
Posted: 18:43 Fri 05-Aug-2005 by "Keane Duncan" # permalink comment
Comment: I reallly enjoyed the old one's available in the UK. They were Xploder bars, Wonkalate and loads of other favourites.

!!PLEASE HELP ME!!

Can anyone tell me any products that used to be avaliable in the UK.


Posted: 21:26 Fri 05-Aug-2005 by "rubieg" # permalink comment
Comment: wonka bars are fantastic. my favourite is the whipplescrumptios bar.just read news about first golden ticket finder.i'm going to hunt the second golden ticket down like a dog. to all those people looking for a golden ticket GOOD LUCK we all have a chance and we're all equal. GOOD LUCK again. BYE BYE!!!!
Posted: 00:57 Sat 06-Aug-2005 by "snifferdog" # permalink comment
Comment: I really like these bars, especially the "nutty" one. Alas, they're a bit hard to find and no doubt they'll be a thing of the past in a month's time. Time to stock up I think.
Posted: 09:32 Sat 06-Aug-2005 by "Alex" # permalink comment
Comment: So those two claim they are not geeks yet say they were sold these bars by an Oompa Lumpa.....right....
Posted: 18:10 Sat 06-Aug-2005 by "aknow (wonka backwurds)" # permalink comment
Comment: 1. nutty crunch suprise: BORING!!! and unpleasent 3/10 2. triple dazzle caramel: who the hell thought of a combination of white choc and caramel??? they should be SHOT!!!!!!! -100,000/10 whipple scrumtous: WONKAFULL!!!! absoulotley DELIICOUS!!!!!!! mmmmmmmmm. im eating on right now.... (drool, drool) 10/10
Posted: 22:01 Sat 06-Aug-2005 by "Jacqueline" # permalink comment
Comment: i just wanted 2 know will wonka bars b out 4ever. i really hope they do their our the bst chocolate bars ever
Posted: 22:08 Sat 06-Aug-2005 by "Maria" # permalink comment
Comment: i cnt believe us our on dis website ahhhhhhhhh i love willy wonka bars and jacqueline u greedt get. right enough u love dem bars im eatn ur fav right now. and i didnt get a golden ticket
Posted: 13:19 Sun 07-Aug-2005 by "noddy" # permalink comment
Comment: where they hell can i buy these wonka bars, can anybody give me a list of shops that sell em, as i cant find a single one where i live, which is in Dudley in the west midlands.
Posted: 11:02 Mon 08-Aug-2005 by "matt" # permalink comment
Comment: are the golden tickets in the small ones and big ones or just the small ones?
Posted: 17:14 Mon 08-Aug-2005 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: Ive had 6 bars of Whipple Scrumptious and ate them all! they are the best. Also tried Mango Tango, tastes like syrup to me also a fishy after taste, quite real flavor
Posted: 22:55 Mon 08-Aug-2005 by "Sarah" # permalink comment
Comment: Willy Wonka first book i ever read just visited http://www.sweetsforu.co.uk another trip down memory lane
Posted: 14:55 Tue 09-Aug-2005 by "lou" # permalink comment
Comment: I found mini wonka bars at asda. Just thought you should know :)
Posted: 15:07 Wed 10-Aug-2005 by "lou" # permalink comment
Comment: I found mini wonka bars at asda. Just thought you should know :)
Posted: 16:45 Wed 10-Aug-2005 by "archinIL" # permalink comment
Comment: Anyone know if any of the bars are, or are planned for, a US release? The few shops that sell european bars around here do not have them. Still holding out hope.

I just find it odd that everything over here is marketed to death, yet something that I believe SHOULD be marketed heavily (the new Wonka bars) is not available.


Posted: 18:23 Wed 10-Aug-2005 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: well no offence you yanks always have everything new and different, and finally us in the UK have something from a film that you don't have. Well done Nestle!
Posted: 10:59 Thu 11-Aug-2005 by "pc" # permalink comment
Comment: Willy Wonka and the chocolate factory was the first book i ever read and it was great! i just visited http://www.thesweeetmaster.co.uk and it wa another trip down memory lane.
Posted: 15:25 Thu 11-Aug-2005 by "archinIL" # permalink comment
Comment: bob,

I hear you. Unfortunately, most of what we get is crap that I could care less about. One of the few things (Wonka bars) that has come out that I actually want, and not in the US. Just my luck, I guess.


Posted: 15:41 Thu 11-Aug-2005 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: ...there are many UK sites that will post you them, and most of them wont rip you off, also have a look on eBay.
Posted: 21:56 Thu 11-Aug-2005 by "archinIL" # permalink comment
Comment: I have seen some of them. Unfortunately, it has been unbearably hot this summer, and I don't know if it's such a good idea to have chocolate baking in the hot sun all afternoon. Once the weather cools a bit, this is high on my list of things to do.
Posted: 12:24 Fri 12-Aug-2005 by "urth" # permalink comment
Comment: hnfgn
Posted: 19:37 Sat 13-Aug-2005 by "tess" # permalink comment
Comment: where do i get a fudgemallow bar? ive looked all over and cant find any.
Posted: 19:56 Sat 13-Aug-2005 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: Sainsburys most likely, also wilkos
Posted: 21:57 Sat 13-Aug-2005 by "choccieman" # permalink comment
Comment: I just a couple more from Sainsburys, although Woolworths usually have the smaller versions. I agree about the fudgemallow bar it really is amazing. I read somewhere that one newsagent was selling 200 bars a day!
Posted: 20:03 Mon 15-Aug-2005 by "Andrew pliskin" # permalink comment
Comment: Whipple Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight is brilliant,infact im off to buy one(buy one i mean 3)now
Posted: 21:07 Mon 15-Aug-2005 by "Charlie bucket" # permalink comment
Comment: You can buy Texan bars athttp://www.britishcandy.com andhttp://www.villagesweetshop.co.uk :)
Posted: 08:55 Tue 16-Aug-2005 by "jordanforster" # permalink comment
Comment: ive tried allof the barsand if i had the choiceof a flavour id choosetripplenuttyfudge delight
Posted: 11:42 Tue 16-Aug-2005 by "chocoholic anonymous" # permalink comment
Comment: hey..wats with all the complaints? these chocolate bars are delicious! my fave is the nutty crunch surprise..ok so it doesnt have a very strong nutty flavour but its delightfully tasty so who cares? and u cant say they didnt warn you! fudgemallow delight is also a chocolate sensation!! highly original bars with highly original flavours!! mmmmm!!
Posted: 12:31 Wed 17-Aug-2005 by "David" # permalink comment
Comment: These chocolate bars really are lovely.

I cant seem to find any of the larger ones, and theyre too expensive to keep buying from Asda in their teeny little versions.

Cant get enough of these!


Posted: 13:57 Wed 17-Aug-2005 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: Lets be honest - none of you would love these chocolate bars so much if it werent for the Wonka promotion or name on them.
Posted: 19:22 Thu 18-Aug-2005 by "GTO" # permalink comment
Comment: I finally got to try one of the 3 bars today. I only had a choice between the 'Nutty crunch surprise' and the 'Triple dazzle caramel'. I went for the Nutty Crunch Surprise, and to be honest, what's the big deal? Sure it has the benefit of a Nut-free "nutty taste", which is quite successful, partly due to biscuit-type crunchy bits, but it just not special.

The 'NCS' variety actually tastes exactly like those green cube-shaped quality streets. The sections of the bar are even a similar shape. Can't wait to try the Marshmallow one, I will love that either way, marshmallow is awesome.


Posted: 14:10 Fri 19-Aug-2005 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: There is no marshmallow in it. Just fudge.
Posted: 16:08 Fri 19-Aug-2005 by "GTO" # permalink comment
Comment: Yes, I found out shortly after posting that last comment...What a let down. I love white chocolate however, assuming it has that.
Posted: 20:41 Fri 19-Aug-2005 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: sorry to disappoint you further, gto, but it's milk chocolate. the triple dazzle caramel is white chocolate.
Posted: 21:55 Fri 19-Aug-2005 by "GTO" # permalink comment
Comment: Oh christ. I'll just try them both, and accept them as they are.
Posted: 18:54 Sat 20-Aug-2005 by "wanka" # permalink comment
Comment: the wonka bars r crap!! all of them..just a load of promo and every1 eats them so they can imagine that they are charlie! happy munching
Posted: 14:49 Mon 22-Aug-2005 by "Terry Nutkins" # permalink comment
Comment: When you've had your finger bitten off by an otter and watched helplessly as your sea lion gets caught up the fishing net of a local trawler it is reassuring to know Nestle are making these great Wonka bars.

Well done Nestle and if Gemma were here today I'm sure she'd clap her flippers in recognition of your sterling efforts.


Posted: 10:59 Tue 23-Aug-2005 by "wonkamainia" # permalink comment
Comment: i have tried all flavours except fruity wobble and i love the all. I am so addicted to them and still trying to find a golden ticket.
Posted: 22:04 Fri 26-Aug-2005 by "Max" # permalink comment
Comment: These are delecious but I won't have the nutty one because it's got Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil.
Posted: 20:42 Mon 29-Aug-2005 by "Billy"
(apparently posting from 69.216.119.66: ) # permalink comment
Comment: well I tried all three of the bars I can safely say I don't like the nut one(just as i predicted)
Posted: 11:00 Thu 08-Sep-2005 by "jane" # permalink comment
Comment: does anybody know how many calories are in the fudgemallow one???
Posted: 11:11 Thu 08-Sep-2005 by "jane" # permalink comment
Comment: does anybody know how many calories are in the fudgemallow one???
Posted: 15:10 Thu 08-Sep-2005 by "jb" # permalink comment
Comment: Check the nutrition on Nestles uk website. It should have the no of calories etc in the fudgemallow.
Posted: 22:46 Thu 08-Sep-2005 by "know it all" # permalink comment
Comment: 40 calories i think per square.
Posted: 17:21 Fri 09-Sep-2005 by "Charlie" # permalink comment
Comment: Candy doesent have a point thats why its candy.
Posted: 09:10 Sat 10-Sep-2005 by "RDSS" # permalink comment
Comment: Per one piece serving there are 174kj, 42kcals, 0.4g protein, 4.6g carbs, of which sugars 4.5g, 2.4g fat of which saturates 1.4g, trace sodium and trace fibre
Posted: 09:18 Sat 10-Sep-2005 by "Saiorse" # permalink comment
Comment: I love the fudgemallow delight! It is some of the nicest chocolate I have had in a long time.
Posted: 23:02 Sun 13-Nov-2005 by "khaleel"
(apparently posting from 68.210.170.100: adsl-210-170-100.sdf.bellsouth.net) # permalink comment
Comment: i think it taste really good. i would like to win the golden ticket. and they really ahve golden tickets and you get to win a trip to a chocolate factory. thats pretty much all.....

- khaleel..8 years old... KY


Posted: 21:54 Mon 14-Nov-2005 by "Khaleel"
(apparently posting from 64.12.117.8: cache-mtc-ae04.proxy.aol.com) # permalink comment
Comment: I love wonka bars. I also love hershey bars
Posted: 19:49 Thu 24-Nov-2005 by "Khaeel"
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Comment: well were I live we dont have wonka bars. but my Grandma got me some off line. They tast good! you can find a lot on:http://www.ebay.com. Just tipe in wonka bars
Posted: 19:55 Thu 24-Nov-2005 by "KHALEEL" # permalink comment
Comment: I love you baby
Posted: 09:50 Sat 17-Dec-2005 by "Max" # permalink comment
Comment: Again, there's a reason not to buy Nutty Crunch Suprise. Hydrogenated Oils contain trans fats. Trans fats are bad fats and here are the dangers of them: Lower high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol Raise low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol Lower the amount of cream (volume) in milk from lactating females in all species studied, including humans, thus lowering the overall quality avalible to the infant Increase blood insulin levels in humans in response to glucose load, increasing risk for diabetes Affect immune response Decrease the response of the red blood cell to insulin, a potentially undesirable effect in diabetes Increase non-insulin dependent type diabetes Affect activities of the enzyme system that handles chemical carcinogens and medication Increase breast cancer in women Increase heart disease in men and women Predispose to cancer, multiple scelerosis, diverticulisis and obesity Promote the onset of Alzheimer's disease and accelerate mental decline among elderly people When consumed by pregnant women, enter into the tissues of unborn babies and reduce their birth weight Promote the formation of arterial plaque, leading to circulation problems, high blood pressure, heart disease (same as 10.) and stroke Block the beneficial action of the essential Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids Weaken the immune system, increasing susceptibibility to infections Inhibit the action of enzymes that destroy toxic and carcinogenic chemicals Reduce the elasticity of blood vessels May produce severe allergic and other reactions.

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Posted: 09:58 Sat 17-Dec-2005 by "Max" # permalink comment
Comment: Mistake corrected: Lower high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, raise low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, lower the amount of cream (volume) in milk from lactating females in all species studied, including humans, thus lowering the overall quality avalible to the infant, increase blood insulin levels in humans in response to glucose load, increasing risk for diabetes, affect immune response, decrease the response of the red blood cell to insulin, a potentially undesirable effect in diabetes, increase non-insulin dependent type diabetes Affect activities of the enzyme system that handles chemical carcinogens and medication, increase breast cancer in women, increase heart disease in men and women, predispose to cancer, multiple scelerosis, diverticulisis and obesity, promote the onset of Alzheimer's disease and accelerate mental decline among elderly people, when consumed by pregnant women, enter into the tissues of unborn babies and reduce their birth weight, promote the formation of arterial plaque, leading to circulation problems, high blood pressure, heart disease (same as 10.) and stroke, block the beneficial action of the essential Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, weaken the immune system, increasing susceptibibility to infections, inhibit the action of enzymes that destroy toxic and carcinogenic chemicals, reduce the elasticity of blood vessels and may produce severe allergic and other reactions.
Posted: 21:07 Mon 26-Dec-2005 by "Taylor" # permalink comment
Comment: Iam sill tring to find a golden ticket and win a trip to the chocolate factory Inever give up becease I'm a winner. good-bye.
Posted: 19:38 Sat 11-Mar-2006 by "vix" # permalink comment
Comment: Hiya i dint evn reed ur thing. When god made me he woz just showin off. I wantd 2 kill da hottest person alive, but then i realised... i would die! thers a few random facts 4 u just 2 let u no im not in a mental hospital like ur probaly finkin bi now. actuly im 12 not a mad demented granny... but i am random, very random in fact im da randomest person on da planet, randomer dan u anyway dats y i am randomly ritin dis! *B YOUNG* *B 3* *B RANDOM!* *VIX!*
Posted: 10:04 Fri 29-Sep-2006 by "Jay" # permalink comment
Comment: Does anyone know where I can get Wonka bars now? No one seems to stock them anymore. Help!
Posted: 13:19 Fri 29-Sep-2006 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: jack fulton still stock them (if you are near such a purveyor of fine quality). 90141
Posted: 13:34 Tue 21-Nov-2006 by "Fintan Stack" # permalink comment
Comment: They Were Discontinued In December! Jack Fulton's Bars Must Be Very Out Of Date! 5
Posted: 10:21 Tue 28-Nov-2006 by "Fintan Stack" # permalink comment
Comment: WHO KEEPS PUTTING NUMBERS NEXT TO POSTS!!!
Posted: 13:09 Wed 02-May-2007 by "Electric Apple" # permalink comment
Comment: Wonka Bars weren't all that nice. I think the last bars were Best Before 1/05/06 or 1/06/06. If Jack Walton's still have them, Im a running away.
Posted: 21:21 Fri 28-Sep-2007 by "cadburys wispa" # permalink comment
Comment: forget wonka bars,http://www.britishcandy.com has gor cadburys wispa :o)
Posted: 21:53 Fri 28-Sep-2007 by "Zeddy" # permalink comment
Comment: Good grief! Have you more money than sense? Look at their prices for chocolate!
Posted: 21:55 Fri 28-Sep-2007 by "cadburys wispa" # permalink comment
Comment: Zeddy, are you not just a little bit tempted by one of their hampers? mmm..
Posted: 22:02 Fri 28-Sep-2007 by "grendal" # permalink comment
Comment: Zeddy buys his chocolate when its got a 'woopsie' sticker on it in asda lol
Posted: 23:52 Thu 07-Feb-2008 by "alexys" # permalink comment
Comment: i wish i could have the golden ticket!
Posted: 14:28 Fri 08-Feb-2008 by "Sophie"
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Comment: I Wish I Could Have Won 1...x
Posted: 11:33 Sat 29-Mar-2008 by "lauren" # permalink comment
Comment: what shops are wonka bars sold in?
Posted: 22:41 Sat 29-Mar-2008 by "linda"
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Comment: hi can any one tell me where to buy wonka bars
Posted: 19:56 Mon 07-Apr-2008 by "Tristan" # permalink comment
Comment: *Sigh* i remember when they used to sell them everywhere- what happened? they were the nicest chocolate bars ever!!!
Posted: 03:07 Tue 23-Dec-2008 by "krista"
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Comment: war do buy tham.
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