5th Avenue Bars - 18 Pack

Regular price $29.99 USD

American Chocolate Bars

Old Fashioned Candy Since 1936

     A crunchy, satisfying peanut butter center smothered in a velvety milk chocolate coating. It's a similar treat to the Butterfinger bar!

Some 5th Avenue History:
     This old-fashioned candy bar came to be in 1936. The creator of this bar is William H. Luden, also the maker of the famous "Luden's Cough Drops." The 5th Avenue Chocolate Bar used to be adorned with two chocolate-covered almond halves on top but has since omitted them.

     The true reason for it being called 5th Avenue is lost in candy history. Many people speculate that Mr. Luden named his Chocolate Bar 5th Avenue so it would be associated with the elegance and wealth of the famous street 5th Avenue in New York City.
      However, some people believe that he named this chocolate bar after 5th Avenue street in Reading, Pennsylvania, where his beloved mother's kitchen was located and where he apparently first started out in the candy business. As glamorous as New York's 5th Avenue is, we choose to believe that he graciously named it after his humble beginnings in Pennsylvania.

     Whatever the case, or the name, whether you're strolling down 5th Avenue or not, this retro chocolate bar will exceed all your chocolate peanut butter candy bar expectations!

2oz Bars | 18 Count Box


Sugar, peanuts, corn syrup, vegetable oil (cocoa butter, palm kernel, palm, shea, sunflower and/or safflower oil), molasses, chocolate, contains 2% or less of: milk, cocoa, whey (milk), lactose (milk), milk fat, salt, soy lecithin, PGPR, emulsifier, artificial flavour, TBHQ (preservative), sulphur dioxide, to maintain freshness.

Ingredients and nutritional information provided by the manufacturer and considered accurate at the time of posting. Refer to product labelling or contact the manufacturer directly for current data.