Willy Wonka began making Wonka Bars when he opened his first shop on Cherry Street. They became very popular, and he soon moved from his small store to a large chocolate factory. Where he could mass produce his chocolate bars. He had four flavors of bars which are the original Fudgemallow Delight. Chilly Chocolate Creme, Triple Dazzle Caramel, and Nutty Crunch Surprise. Sometime after Mr. Wonka got his factory running again, he made a special contest. With five Golden Tickets hidden inside five ordinary Wonka Bars the kids that won the tickets. And these winner’s parent’s won a trip to the factory, guided by Willy Wonka himself. The five tickets were from by Augustus Gloop, Violet Beauregarde, Veruca Salt, Mike Teavee, and Charlie Bucket. buy WONKA BARS
Augustus Gloop was seen eating a Wonka bar during the tour but dropped it in the Chocolate Room and stepped on it. It is unknown if it was still in the Chocolate Room. Or was pick up and its possible flavor might be Whipple Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight or Nutty Crunch Surprise. In the Television Room, Mr. Wonka showed his new invention, Television Chocolate, where he transported a giant Wonka Bar into a television, where it could be pulled out and eaten but we still have to tear the wrapper off to eat this bar.
Remember the classic 1971 movie “Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory” when Charlie finds the last Golden Ticket in that special Wonka Bar? Now you too can buy an entire box of these tasty, graham-cracker-filled Wonka Bars for yourself. These delicious milk chocolate bars bursting with graham crackery goodness are sure to have you prancing. And singing the Candy Man Can song! Sorry, Golden Tickets are NOT INCLUDE, so you will have to secretly plant them inside the bar wrappers yourself.
Display box contains 18 Wonka Bars, each with a net weight of 2.6 ounces.
Shipping Weight ~ 5 lbs.
The Wonka Bar is a fictional chocolate bar, introduced as a key story point in the 1964 novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl. Wonka Bars appear in both film adaptations of the novel, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005), and the play, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory the Musical (2013) each with different packaging.
Wonka bars were create by Quaker Oats (in conjunction with the producers of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory). The movie was fund largely by Quaker Oats for the intention of promoting the soon to be release Wonka Bars. Unfortunately, Quaker Oats had a problem with the formulation of the bars and Wonka Bars had to be pull from store shelves.
Other varieties of Wonka Bars were subsequently manufactured and sold in the real world, formerly by the Willy Wonka Candy Company, a division of Nestlé. These bars were discontinue in January 2010 due to poor sales.