Candy lovers around the world share some candies, but not all are available in every country. Candy companies around the world cater to the tastes of each market. While you may find Hershey's Bars and M&M's in other countries, Twizzlers, Swedish Fish, and Reese's Peanut Butter Cups are harder to find.
On the flip side, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of foreign candies that can't be found at your local supermarket. If you happen to be lucky enough to have a supermarket with a well-stocked international foods aisle, you may be able to find British favorites, Polish novelties, and unique candies from around the world that you would normally have to import yourself whenever you have a craving for them.
There are also candies that are widely available in the United States that still have strong ties to their home country. Even if they don't know in which country the candy originated, many American know that Ferrero Rocher and Toblerone are European candies.
Whenever you travel abroad, do you make sure to taste every candy available? Is your body practically 100 percent chocolate and sugar? Then you're going to love this quiz. Find out how well you know the origin of your old favorites and a few new ones.
Caramello Koala is a chocolate bar with a caramel center. The candy's mascot is a cartoon koala named George.
In 1951, Bounty's milk chocolate version was introduced to the United Kingdom and Canada. Mars produces the candy, which is only available in the United States as an import.
Forrest Mars Sr. created Maltesers. At the time, he called them "energy balls" and marketed them as a way for women to lose weight.
Mjolkchoklad translates into English as milk chocolate. Johan Throne Holst founded the Marabou chocolate brand.
Haribo advertises that Saft Goldbären contain 25 percent fruit juice. The candy comes in apple, banana, raspberry, cherry, and peach flavors.
Pascall Pineapple Lumps are pineapple gummies covered in chocolate. The company also makes Milk Bottles, Lolly Scrambles, and Milk Shakes candies.
Salmiakki is also called salty licorice. It is common in Benelux, northern Germany, and the Nordic countries.
In 1966, Pocky Chocolate was released in Japan. It was created by Ezaki Gilco. In the '70s, Pocky Almond and Pocky Strawberry were introduced.
Choc Nut was originally manufactured by New Unity Sweets Manufacturing Corporation, which was called Unisman. It is now made by Annie's Sweet Manufacturing and Packaging Corporation.
In 1954, Carambar was created. The candy is a chew caramel. It is famous for its bad jokes, which first appeared in 1969.
In 1901, Milka was introduced to the world. It has been owned by Mondelez International since 1990.
In 1942, Pietro Ferrero started selling his chocolate. Fourteen years later, the company moved beyond Italy and into the German market.
Olza S.A. was the first company to produce Prince Polo. The company introduced the chocolate in 1955.
In 1908, Theodor Tobler and Emil Baumann invented Toblerone's unique shape. It is a combination of Tobler's last name and "torrone," which is the Italian word for honey and almond nougat.
In 2014, Coffee Crisp celebrated its 75th anniversary. It consists of vanilla wafers, coffee-flavored soft candy, and is coated in milk chocolate.
Jaffas, which are chocolate- and orange-flavored candies, are named after Jaffa oranges. They were first sold in 1931.
Kopiko is available in coffee and cappuccino flavors. Kopiko U.K. says that four to five pieces contain the same amount of caffeine as a cup of espresso.
Each Kinder Bueno is individually wrapped. It contains hazelnut, chocolate, and wafers.
In 1976, Eric Nocoli created Yorkie for Rowntree. The candy is available in milk chocolate, raisin and biscuit, and honeycomb flavors.
Stroopwafel translates as "syrup waffle." They were first made in Gouda, South Holland.
Mishka Kosolapiy means clumsy bear. They consist of two waffles and almond filling enrobed in milk chocolate.
Kägi was founded by Otto Kägi. The candy has been prodcuded in Toggenburg since 1958.
In 1980, Super 8 was released in Chile. Nestle reports that approximately 234, 935 Super 8s are eaten every day.
Since 1885, Chicken Bones have been available in Canada. They are pink candies with a cinnamon flavor and are filled with bittersweet chocolate.
In 1890, Paul Fürst created Mozartkugel. The candy contains pistachio marzipan, nougat, and dark chocolate.
In 1967, the Nidar company started selling the Krembanan. The name translates into English as cream banana.
In 1958, Enric Bernat created Chupa Chups. In 1969, he hired Salvador Dali to design the lollipops' logo.
White Rabbit candies are made of milk, sugar, butter, and corn starch. Each candy has 20 calories.
A candy company called CandyLand makes Super Twister. Super Twister is a swirled marshmallow rope.
Pelon Pelo Rico is a tamarind gel that you squeeze from the plastic container in which it comes. The candy came out in 1985.
In the 1930s, Elite started making candy. The company's first factory was in Ramat Gan.
Marianne peppermint candies come in a red and white wrapper. They are filled with dark chocolate.
In 1930, Ion was founded. The company remains 100 percent Greek owned.
In 2015, Pass Pass Pulse was introduced. Inside the mango candy is a "masala bomb," which contains tangy spices.
In 1924, MacRobertson Chocolates introduced the Cherry Ripe, which contains dark chocolate, cherries and coconut. Cadbury took over the company and its candies in 1967.
Ptasie Mleczko translates as "bird's milk." It was created in 1936. The candy has a vanilla foam filling covered in chocolate.
In 1890, Thomas Tunnock founded Tunnock's. The company's tea cakes are marshmallows on biscuits. The entire treat is covered in chocolate.
Lokum is often called Turkish delight. Haci Bekir is credited with creating the modern version of the treat.
In 1928, candy company D'Onofrio introduced Sublime. It is a milk chocolate and peanut candy.