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Most Helpful Guy
It no longer exists.
It was called "Milk Shake".
Produced by the former Hollywood Candy Company, the Milkshake bar emerged in the 1920s, around the same time as the Milky Way bar. They were fairly similar—both made with milk chocolate, caramel, and nougat—except that the Milkshake's nougat was malted. "It was a little lighter and fluffier than a Milky Way, and you could put it in the freezer and eat it like an ice cream bar in the summer," recalled Lacey. It disappeared sometime in the late 1970s or early 1980s, perhaps because of turmoil within the company. Hollywood Candy Company was acquired by the Leaf Candy Company in 1988, which later became part of Hershey in 1996. "During this period, most of the candy [produced by Hollywood] was phased out except for Pay Day and the Zero bar," explained Benjamin.
Most Helpful Girl
Ghirardelli Milk & Chocolate Brownie or Ghirardelli Mango Sunset.
Cadbury Fruit & Nut or Cadbury Dairy Milk.