British Products

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Mars Bar

The Mars Bar is a chocolate bar manufactured by Mars Incorporated. It was first manufactured in 1932  Slough, UK as a sweeter version of the American Milky Way Bar which Mars, Inc. produced in the USA.


Maltesers consist of a spherical malt honeycomb centre, surrounded by milk chocolate. They are most popular in the UK and Ireland. Maltesers were invented by Forrest Mars Sr. in 1936, and were originally known as “Energy Balls.”

Heinz Baked Beans

In the United Kingdom, Heinz is the top selling brand of baked beans. British cuisine claims beans on toast as a teatime favorite, and baked beans may form part of a full English breakfast. 

Cadbury's Flake

Cadbury’s Flake is a bar of thinly folded milk chocolate made in the UK. It was first found i 1920 by an employee of Cadburys. When the excess from the moulds was dreaded off, it fell off in a stream and created folded chocolate with flaking properties. 

Cadbury Crunchie Bars

Crunchie is a brand of milk chocolate covered honeycomb made by Cadbury. Crunchie was advertised from the 1980s onwards with the phrase “That Friday Feeling,” but also became associated with the phrase, “Thank Crunchie it’s Friday.”

Curly Wurly

Curly Curly bars are a type of chocolate bars manufactured by Cadbury and sold in the UK. Its shape resembles two flattened, intertwined serpentine strings. The bar is made of chocolate-coated caramel. 

Aero Chocolate Bars

Aero is a milk chocolate bar filled with bubbles of air, made by Nestle and primarily sold in the UK. The exact procedure for making the bubbles is a closely guarded secret. They were originally introduced in the North of England in 1935 by the Rowntree Mackintosh Chocolate Company in York.

Four Monks English Style Malt Vinegar

Get some vinegar on your meal. The best condiments for your fish and chips! Malt vinegar is made by malting barley, causing the starch in the grain to turn to maltose and allowed to turn into vinegar, which is then aged.