Ever wish you had a 100 GRAND?
Now you can buy a box of them!
The 100 Grand candy bar is a perfect mix of crispy rice bits, accompanied with rich, silky abundant caramel, covered in smooth milk chocolate.
It really is extravagantly delicious, the name makes perfect sense. Although in the mid-'80s this bar was called $100,000 bar.
These American Chocolate Bars came to be in 1966, and is said to have been named after all the popular game shows from the late 50's, such as "The 64,000 Question", "Twenty - One", and "The Big Surprise", all of the prizes ranged from $100.00 to $100,000.
The 100 Grand bar has also had its share of controversy. In the early 1990's a DJ from a Boston radio station WAAF-FM announced a contest with a generous give away of $100,000, after a few weeks he finally revealed to the eventual winner that the real prize was the 100 Grand chocolate bar and not the cash prize they thought it was. Another woman in Kentucky in 2005 had a similar experience with a Lexington radio station and sued over the same prank. This retro chocolate bar may have its controversy, but its famous slogan still says it all so perfectly, "that's rich". What would you do with a 100 Grand?
Retro Candy Since 1966
- Kosher Certified
- No Artificial Colours
- Made in the USA
1.5 oz Bar
Ingredients: Milk Chocolate (Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Chocolate, Nonfat Milk, Lactose, Milkfat, Soy Lecithin, Vanillin-An Artificial Flavor), Corn Syrup, Sugar, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Nonfat Milk, Crisped Rice (Rice Flour, Sugar, Salt Barley Malt), Coconut Oil, Butter, Mono- And Diglycerides, Salt, Soy Lecithin, Artificial And Natural Flavor. Contains Milk, And Soy Ingredients. May Contain Peanuts And Egg Ingredients.
Ingredients and nutritional information provided by the manufacturer and considered accurate at the time of posting. Refer to product labelling or contact manufacturer directly for current data.