There are some famous chocolate bars in the world. The powder is a creamy apple with a thick layer of caramel and a bar of chocolate milk, while a chocolate bar with peanut butter and caramel is covered in chocolate milk.
This powder was created on Mars in the UK in 1967, while "Snickers" is a product of the private "Mars" Corporation, which is also one of the world's largest food and confectionery producers.
The chocolate bar was available in 1979 in the United States, wrapped in an interesting gold wrapper with orange text, and was marked as a cookie panel. Before the creation, a very successful chocolate bar with the name of the Milky Way in early 1920 in America is giggling. This trademark allowed the creators-Ethel Mars and Frank to expand and improve the new recipes for chocolate bars.
The period of continuous sale during the first years of 1980, offered Mars, Inc., in fact, this chocolate bar was not so good in retail, and the hunting was a replacement or improvement, which in 1983 came with butter Mendoza into powder. During the first 40 years of production, with the exception of 1968, when Mars was inspired to produce the giggling mini bar, sold in a dozen sacks with a "cheerful size", very little changed.
In recent years, Brandy has given rise to controversy with advertising, considered homophobic, when two mechanics consider and accidentally kiss when they reach half. The last major trademark dispute occurred in 2007 when Mars, Inc. in Europe begin replacing the serum used in chocolate bars with animal rennet. This has led to many protests and negative publicity for the press against Mars, Inc., which was previously loyal to Mars because he was a vegetarian.
Trademarks have also revised to compete in ice cream with frozen and clogged rods in the supermarket and ice margin. They also introduced their brands, including ice-cream burgers. All of these products are well received at the time and are continued in production or withdrawn after the end of the advertisement.
Sales and chocolate brands are giggling from their traditional markets, and they have been received very positively in all parts of the world.
Throughout the history of their sales, they have continued to grow, and they have become popular brands for manufacturers.