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Mars Family
The Mars family
Mars family
is a family that owns the confectionery company Mars, Inc., (which was founded by Franklin Clarence Mars), bearing their name. The family was called the richest family in the United States by Fortune magazine in 1988, since surpassed by the Walton family. Upon the death of Forrest Mars Sr., (Franklin Mars's son) he and his two sons were ranked No. 29, 30, and 31 by Forbes
Forbes
magazine's list of richest Americans, and they each had a worth of approximately $4 billion. As of March 2010, the three children of Forrest Mars were tied for 52nd place amongst the world's richest people according to Forbes, with a net worth of US$11 billion each.[1][2][3] The family is fiercely protective of their privacy, refusing to give press interviews or, with the exception of Jacqueline Mars and Victoria B
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Lakewood Cemetery
Lakewood Cemetery
Cemetery
is a large private, non-sectarian cemetery located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. It is located at 3600 Hennepin Avenue
Hennepin Avenue
at the southern end of the Uptown area
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Milky Way (chocolate Bar)
The US version (top) and European version (bottom) of Milky Way (picture not to scale)Product type ConfectioneryOwner Mars, IncorporatedIntroduced 1923Website http://www.milkywaybar.comThe Milky Way
Milky Way
bar is a chocolate-covered candy bar manufactured and distributed by the Mars confectionery company. Introduced in 1923, the American version of the Milky Way
Milky Way
bar is made of chocolate-malt nougat topped with caramel and covered with milk chocolate and sold as the Mars bar everywhere else
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Balisto
Balisto
Balisto
is a wholemeal biscuit bar snack manufactured by Mars, Incorporated, consisting of a digestive biscuit centre and a variety of milky cream toppings, and coated in milk chocolate. Normally, there are two fingers in a package, though the multipack contains ten fingers wrapped individually. They are available in Ireland, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, France, Luxembourg, Belgium, Slovenia
Slovenia
and Italy. In Spring 2011, the bars were introduced to the United Kingdom[citation needed] When the Balisto
Balisto
bar was released in 1981 it was produced by Mars, Incorporated in West Germany. Its name supposedly alludes to its dietary fibre content ("Ballaststoffe" in German). Varieties[edit] Balisto
Balisto
is available in several different flavours, each with their own colour. Not all flavours are available everywhere
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Bounty (chocolate Bar)
Bounty is a chocolate bar manufactured by Mars, Incorporated
Mars, Incorporated
and sold internationally. It was introduced in 1951 in the United Kingdom
United Kingdom
and Canada, initially only with a milk chocolate coating. Bounty has a coconut filling enrobed with milk chocolate (which is sold in a blue wrapper) or dark chocolate (which is sold in a red wrapper) and is usually sold as two pieces wrapped in one package. Since 2006, a cherry flavoured version has also been available in Australia. This was initially a limited edition flavour, but remained available as of 2013. In Europe, a limited edition mango flavour was available in 2004-05 and in Russia and Ukraine in 2010
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Celebrations (confectionery)
Celebrations are a chocolate collection made by Mars, Incorporated, launched in 1997 comprising miniature versions of Mars-produced chocolate bars.[1] With the tagline "Share the joy", Celebrations were the first mixed box of chocolates to bring together confectionery which had been already released in one box or tin instead of introducing new, especially-created confectionery.[2]Contents1 Contents 2 Rival products 3 References 4 External linksContents[edit] Maltesers
Maltesers
Teaser Mars Bounty Snickers Galaxy/Dove Galaxy Caramel/Dove Caramel Twix Milky WayThe selection sold previously:Galaxy Truffle/Dove Truffle Topic Twix
Twix
replaced Galaxy Truffle in 2011 Rival products[edit]Cadbury Roses Heroes (confectionery) Nestlé Quality StreetReferences[edit]^ The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/jul/14/goodness-knows-what-mars-has-made-just-dont-count-on-chocolate ^ Mars UK
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Dove (chocolate)
Dove (sold as Galaxy in the United Kingdom, Isle of Man, India, Ireland, the Middle East, and Australia) is a brand of chocolate made and marketed by the Mars company. Dove produces a wide range of chocolate bars, including dark chocolate, milk, caramel, fruit and nut varieties, truffle and chocolate pieces with a folded milk chocolate center.Contents1 History 2 Products 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit]Dove Milk Chocolate
Chocolate
Miniatures with a "Promises" messageThe name comes from Dove Candies & Ice Cream, which were Chicago sweet shops owned by Leo Stefanos, a Greek-American
Greek-American
in 1939. In 1956, Stefanos created the Dove brand of ice cream bars, which were only sold locally in Chicago
Chicago
until 1985 when distribution began in selected cities around the country.[1] The Galaxy brand was first launched in the UK in 1960
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Ethel M Chocolate Factory
The Ethel M Chocolate Factory
Ethel M Chocolate Factory
is located in Henderson, Nevada
Henderson, Nevada
and continues to produce gourmet premium chocolate for all of the Ethel M and Ethel's brand chocolates. The company distributes their products mainly via phone and internet on their website (www.ethelm.com), although they also operate several retail outlets located in and around Las Vegas, Nevada. Also located at this plant are the Ethel M Botanical Cactus Gardens (which feature over 300 species of desert plants), and a small branch of M&M's World. A part of the factory is open to the public and visitors can take self-guided tours.[1] Ethel M is owned by Mars, Incorporated
Mars, Incorporated
and was named after the mother of Forrest Mars, Sr.
Forrest Mars, Sr.
The company is perhaps most known for its fine liqueur-filled chocolates. History[edit] Forrest E. Mars, Sr
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Flyte (chocolate Bar)
Flyte was a chocolate bar manufactured by Mars, Incorporated[1] weighing 45 grams. The product was introduced in 1996.[1] Each bar came wrapped in two individual halves. It consisted of a chocolatey, whipped nougat-style centre coated in milk chocolate. It was essentially the same as a UK Milky Way bar before the filling in Milky Way bars was changed from chocolate to vanilla flavour in 1993. The bar was discontinued some time in the 2010s decade (2014 or 2015). Nutritional information[edit]Nutrition per 100 g per 22.5 g (half a bar)Energy 1818 kJ (432 kcal) 409 kJ (97 kcal)Protein 3.6 g 0.8 gCarbohydrate 74.3 g 16.7 gFat 13.3 g 3.0 gReferences[edit]^ a b New Insight Into IELTS Workbook Pack - Vanessa Jakeman, Clare McDowell. p. 33.v t eMars, IncorporatedMars familyFranklin Clarence Mars Ethel V. Mars Forrest Mars Sr. Forrest Mars Jr. John Franklyn Mars Jacqueline Mars Victoria B. MarsBrandsChocolate3 Musketeers A
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Kudos (granola Bar)
Kudos is a milk chocolate granola cereal bar produced by Mars, Incorporated. When initially launched in 1986, there were three varieties: chocolate chip, nutty fudge and peanut butter. The original formulation of the bar was much more candy bar-like with less focus on the granola, although the original intention was to offer a healthier candy bar alternative. The original slogan was "Kudos, I'm yours!" References[edit]v t eMars, IncorporatedMars familyFranklin Clarence Mars Ethel V. Mars Forrest Mars Sr. Forrest Mars Jr. John Franklyn Mars Jacqueline Mars Victoria B. MarsBrandsChocolate3 Musketeers A
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M-Azing
M-Azing
M-Azing
is a candy bar manufactured by Mars, Incorporated. M-Azing
M-Azing
is a milk chocolate candy bar with M&M's Minis chocolate candies inside. It has been available in crunchy and peanut butter flavors, in singles and miniatures varieties.Contents1 History 2 Ad campaign 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] The product was originally introduced in Singles and Funsize formats in 2004. In 2005, a Minis format was launched. In 2006, the company discontinued all but the Crunchy Singles variety of the candy bar, and now has a "Now with better taste" sticker on it
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Maltesers
Maltesers
Maltesers
are an English confectionery product manufactured by Mars, Incorporated. Maltesers
Maltesers
consist of a spheroid malted milk centre, surrounded by milk chocolate. Maltesers
Maltesers
are sold in a variety of packaging, including plastic bags (ranging in size from small 'fun-size' upwards), larger cardboard boxes and tubes, and plastic buckets (ranging in size from medium to very large). They also have medium-sized "teasers" in Celebrations boxes
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Mars (chocolate Bar)
Place of origin Slough, Berkshire, EnglandRegion or state WorldwideCreated by Forrest MarsInvented 1932Main ingredients Chocolate, caramel, nougatFood energy (per 51g serving)228[1] kcalNutritional value (per 51g serving)Protein 2.2 gFat 8.5 gCarbohydrate 35.3 gOther information www.marsbar.comMars is a British chocolate bar. It was first manufactured in 1932 in England,[2] and was advertised to the trade as being made with Cadbury's chocolate couverture.[3] Mars is also sold in the United States, under the "Milky Way" name.Contents1 Worldwide version1.1 Canada 1.2 United States 1.3 Australia2 Limited editions 3 Spinoff products 4 Custom packaging 5 Advertising slogans5.1 Former 5.2 Current6 Deep-fried Mars bar 7 Recalls 8 Animal products controversy 9 Economics 10 References 11 External linksWorldwide version[edit]The pre-2002 Mars logoIn 1932, Forrest Mars, son of American candy maker Frank C
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Revels (confectionery)
Revels are a chocolate coated confectionery with assorted centres made by Mars, Inc.[1] They were first introduced into the United Kingdom in 1967.[2] Originally, Revels had orange creme, coconut, toffee, or peanut centres, along with Galaxy Counters (Minstrels minus exterior shell) and Maltesers.[3] However, the coconut centres were later replaced with coffee creme, and the peanuts with raisins.[4] Original revels flavours also included "Turkish Delight" which was mysteriously withdrawn about 5 years in.Contents1 Galaxy Counters 2 2008 'Eviction' 3 References 4 External linksGalaxy Counters[edit] Galaxy Counters were initially available as a product in their own right, but since their discontinuation they were only sold as part of the Revels selection
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3 Musketeers (chocolate Bar)
3 Musketeers is a candy bar made in the United States
United States
and Canada
Canada
by Mars, Incorporated. It is a candy bar consisting of chocolate-covered, fluffy, whipped nougat. It is similar to the Milky Way bar
Milky Way bar
(lacking Caramel
Caramel
topping). The 3 Musketeers Bar was the third brand produced and manufactured by M&M/Mars, introduced in 1932. Originally, it had three pieces in one package, flavored chocolate, strawberry and vanilla;[1] hence the name, which was derived from the novel The Three Musketeers
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Snickers
Snickers
Snickers
is a brand name chocolate bar made by the American company Mars, Incorporated. Consisting of nougat topped with caramel and peanuts, enrobed in milk chocolate,[2] Snickers
Snickers
has annual global sales of $2 billion.[3] In the United Kingdom, the Isle of Man, and Ireland, Snickers
Snickers
was sold under the brand name Marathon until 19 July 1990.[4] Snickers
Snickers
brand Marathon energy bars have since been sold in some markets.[5]Contents1 History1.1 Snickers
Snickers
Duo 1.2 Australian recall2 Caloric value 3 Bar weight 4 Products containing Snickers 5 Advertising5.1 It's So Satisfying 5.2 1984 Olympics 5.3 Not Going Anywhere For a While? (Hungry? Grab a Snickers!/Why Wait?) 5.4 Snickers
Snickers
Feast 5.5 Super Bowl
Super Bowl
XLI commercial 5.6 Mr
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