Trick-or-treaters will be knocking on your door tomorrow night. If you haven't yet stocked up on Halloween candy to distribute, these were the most popular kinds of candy in 2016, according to The Daily Meal.com.
The perfect combination of chocolate and peanut butter, REESE'S Peanut Butter Cups are the perfect companion for movies, sports, and parties.
The first M’s are printed on M&M’S® plain chocolate candies in 1950. To ensure consumers get the “real thing,” the slogan, “Look for the M on every piece,” is created.
Frank Mars, founder of Mars, Inc. (originally called Mar-O-Bar Co.), invented the Snickers bar in 1930. The candy bar is named after one of Frank Mars' favorite horses, Snickers.
4. Hershey's milk chocolate
Hershey Chocolate Company began marketing its standard size chocolate bars for a nickel ($.05) in 1900, setting a standard for the United States confectionery industry that continued until 1969.
5. Kit Kat
The Kit Kat name originates from the late 17th century in London, when a literary club met at a pie shop owned by pastry chef Christoppher Catling. The group was called the Kit Kat club and took its name from an abbreviated version of the owner's name. In August 29, 1935 the first manufacture of the four-finger wafer took place in York. This candy is sold in London and the South East of England as Rowntree’s Chocolate Crisp.