Timeless American Candy Bars Ranked in Tastiness 

The United States has a long history of enjoying candy bars. 

As far as sales are concerned, the adoration isn't going anywhere.  

From beloved but now-defunct drinks like the Chicken Dinner and the Seven Up to timeless favorites, 

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we've travelled through time to bring you the best bars the nation has ever had. 

In 1912, a candy bar called the Goo Goo Cluster was made in Nashville, Tennessee, and it was named after the sound that babies make. 

This was the original combination sweet, and it had marshmallow nougat, caramel, chocolate, and toasted peanuts. 

'A nourishing lunch for a cent' was the advertising slogan in the 1920s and 1930s, and the recipe has remained unchanged thereafter. 

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