Almond Joy Candy Bars-36 Count

Hershey's

$63.00 
36 Count Box

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American Chocolate Bars

Retro Candy Since the 1940s

Sometimes you feel like a nut...
This Almond Joy Coconut Chocolate Bar will delight you with its chewy coconut filling and almond-studded top. Wrapped in a creamy rich milk chocolate. You will be joyfully delighted!
  • Kosher Certified Parve
  • Made in the USA
1.75 oz Candy Bars
36 COUNT BOX

Ingredients: 

Corn syrup, milk chocolate (sugar, cocoa butter, chocolate, milk, lactose, milk fat, nonfat milk, soy lecithin PGPR, emulsifier), coconut, sugar, almonds (roasted in cocoa butter and/or sunflower oil), contains 2% or less of: partially hydrogenated vegetable oil, (soybean and palm oil), whey (milk), cocoa, salt, natural and artificial flavor, chocolate, soy lecithin, hydrolyzed milk protein, sodium metabisulfite, and sulfur dioxide, to maintain freshness), caramel color.

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.

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