“Name That Candy Bar”

The other “sweet science” ~ a geology of candy bars.

A clever and delectable picture puzzle from the Science Museum of Minnesota

Try to identify each candy bar by its pictured cross-section, then click on the photos to find the answers (After viewing each answer, use that page’s back button in the toolbar at top left to return to this post) :

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Here’s a more “British market” version of the puzzle showing 10 different bars for the identification challenge as viewed in cross-section

1 of 11 photos (See linked slide show ~ After viewing all ten puzzle pictures with answers displayed beside the eleventh image, use the puzzle page’s back button in the toolbar at top left to return to this post) :

1. Which is it ?

a) Cadbury’s Boost
b) Starbar
c) Reese’s NutRageous
d) Snickers

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