Reese's Fast Break Candy Bars-18 Count


Reese's Fast Break-1.8 oz Bars-18 COUNT BOX


Hershey's Reeses Fast Break Candy Bars

Reese's Fast Break Candy Bars are chewy nougat and caramel, with a hint of peanut butter, all smothered in a thick, rich coating of rich milk chocolate. This chocolate bar has the perfect name, it will always be a "fast break"- because this bar never takes long to devour!

  • Kosher Certified Dairy
  • Gluten Free
  • Made in the USA

1.8 oz Bars | 18 CT BOX


Sugar, peanuts, milk chocolate (sugar, cocoa butter, chocolate non fat milk, milk fat, lactose, soy lecithin, PGPR, emulsifier), corn syrup, dextrose, vegetable oil (cocoa butter, palm shea, sunflower and/or safflower oil), chocolate nonfat milk, contains 2% or less of: high fructose corn syrup, whey (milk), salt, partially hydrogenated vegetable oil (palm kernel and palm oil), cocoa processed with alkali, egg white, milk fat, cornstarch, soy lecithin, hydrolyzed milk protein, glycerin, TBHQ (preservative), vanillin, artificial flavor, artificial color (yellow 5 lake, yellow 6 lake).

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