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The Most Popular Sweets & Candies On The Planet

Wherever you are in the world, there’s a strong chance that you grew up with a number of tasty treats. In fact, from New Zealand and Australia to Canada and the UK, a number of different countries have some top-selling sweets that are being enjoyed more than others, perhaps while soaking up some television-based entertainment or as a dessert after a filling lunch. Put simply, sweets are suitable for many different occasions.

After all, who doesn’t enjoy indulging in a sweet treat from time to time? Sweets, or candies as some people know them, are a much-loved confectionery. Regularly shown on television advertisements and even being featured in the gaming world through Candy Crush and the sweet-themed Sweet Bonanza online slot, they come in all shapes and sizes, too. Sweets come in a variety of forms, also. For example, while many sweets come in pick-and-mix bags, they’re also in the same category as other confectionary products, be it chocolate snacks or flavored chewing gum.

With the world’s population typically enjoying a wide selection of sweet treats, let’s take a look at some of the most popular sweets in a number of different countries.

Germany: Haribo

When people think of sweets, the Haribo brand immediately springs to mind for many. In Germany, in particular, it’s a name that is synonymous with fruit-flavored offerings and a variety of sugar-filled tasty snacks. Ahead of chocolate brand Milka, Haribo is a go-to sweet threat for millions of Germans in need of a sugar kick. Haribo’s are light, they’re tasty, and they’re suitable for a wide variety of occasions.

France: Kinder Bueno

According to a recent survey in the country, the French seemingly can’t get enough of Kinder’s glorious chocolate and wafer confectionery. Made by Italian confectionery maker Ferrero, which is actually part of the Kinder Chocolate brand line, this light and flavorsome snack is packed full of hazelnut cream to produce one of the most delightful sweet treats on earth. Available in 60 countries and popular throughout the world, France’s number one sweet is this Kinder favourite. If you’ve ever tried a Kinder Bueno, then its popularity in France is entirely understandable.

 

USA: M&M’s

Despite M&M’s being available to purchase in a number of countries on earth, it’s in the US where they’re loved the most. Closely followed by peanut butter cups, M&M’s come in a variety of forms, although most people tend to opt for the peanut-filled options. The multi-colored button-shaped chocolates are easy to eat, they provide a genuine taste sensation, and they’re steeped in history after being around since 1941.

UK and Ireland: Cadbury Dairy Milk

With the first ever Cadbury’s bar being created in 1904, it’s a much-loved brand in the UK and Ireland. Offering rich and smooth chocolate that is deliciously creamy, it’s a prominent sweet snack that is enjoyed by millions of people. In fact, the Cadbury brand is massively famous in the UK and Ireland, with the population having consumed it throughout their lives, although for many it’s a brand that is associated with childhood in particular.

New Zealand: Pascall Lollies

For many, New Zealand is a country that is home to some of the best chocolate around. Whittaker’s is certainly worth trying, but it’s the Pascall brand that is above the rest, particularly when it comes to Pineapple Lumps and Fruit Bursts. Both sweets are adored throughout New Zealand and are popular sweet delights that people snack on regularly.

Other popular sweets around the world include Dove Chocolate (China), Ramune Candy (Japan), Nestlé (Canada), Cadbury Lunch Bar (South Africa), Fazer Blue Chocolate (Finland), Roshen Chocolate (Ukraine), and Drop (Holland).

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