Released January, 1920
The Pros:Good wrapper for non-messy eating. More resistant to melting than some candy bars.
The Cons:No sections to break off and save for later like some other chocolate bars.
The 'Oh Henry!' chocolate bar, consisting of peanuts, caramel, and fudge, coated in chocolate, was first introduced by the Williamson Candy Company of Chicago, Illinois. In 1984, Nestlé acquired the US rights to the brand, and in Canada the Hershey Company acquired rights from Nabisco.
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Hershey Canada manufactures the bars at their Smith's Falls location in Ontario. The chocolate bar comes in variations such as Peanut Butter and Oh Henry! Pro. The US wrapper is slightly different when compared to Hershey Canada's Oh Henry! wrapper. The Oh Henry! consistently ranks as one of the top five candy bars across Canada.
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Good wrapper for non-messy eating
More resistant to melting than some candy bars
No sections to break off and save for later like some other chocolate bars
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