Mostly-American Candy Logos

Can you guess these mostly-American candy brands based on a partial picture of their logo?
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Last updated: July 2, 2020
First submittedJuly 1, 2020
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Level 45
Jul 2, 2020
Not american , But 50%
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Level 56
Jul 27, 2020
I have only seen 2 of these chocolates in my country
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Level 59
Jul 27, 2020
being Canadian actually helped for once, got 15, never heard of York
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Level 74
Jul 28, 2020
@bxtterflyfx we definitely have York Peppermint Patties. Many of the others, no. And of course we have superior chocolate ;)
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Level 67
Jul 2, 2020
Terrific Quiz! I obviously eat too much candy. Got 100%!
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Level 65
Jul 2, 2020
Nice! Was able to get 11 as a Canadian. We have lots of American candies and chocolate bars here but I've never heard of York, Payday or Lemonheads.
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Level 81
Jul 2, 2020
York Peppermint Patties are all they're famous for.
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Level 78
Jul 27, 2020
Payday is nougat covered in caramel then rolled in roasted peanut halves. If you've eaten a Baby Ruth, a Payday is basically the same except without the chocolate in the nougat and outside. Lemonheads are a kind of lemon drop covered in a sour, softer outer shell.
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Level 56
Jul 27, 2020
The Payday peanuts are a little salty - perfect with the sweetness of caramel and nougat. My fave!
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Level 65
Jul 28, 2020
I remember getting Lemonheads once on Halloween and being excited cause they were so exotic.
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Level 81
Jul 2, 2020
I'm guessing advertising has paid off and there are more correct answers here than name that vegetable.
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Level 78
Jul 2, 2020
Sad but likely true!
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Level 70
Jul 2, 2020
Please accept the singular for Lemonhead and Whopper.
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Level 74
Jul 2, 2020
In NZ, of these we have only Cadbury, Toblerone and Snickers.
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Level 78
Jul 3, 2020
Pretty sure we have Kitkat and Skittles as well.
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Level 64
Jul 27, 2020
And Twix, Smarties, and I've seen Hershey's in specialty shelves.
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Level 64
Jul 27, 2020
But of course we have Whittakers, the ultimate.
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Level 78
Jul 2, 2020
Great quiz! I haven't seen Lemonheads since I was a small child. Good stuff, and great memories!
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Level 68
Jul 3, 2020
Please accept lemonhead as a type in. It's the actual name of the candy. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lemonhead_(candy)
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Level 69
Jul 27, 2020
It does seem odd it doesn't accept the actual name of the candy.
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Level 54
Jul 27, 2020
Second this. I typed in lemon head, lemon drops, even the brand Ferrara. I was at a complete loss.
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Level 67
Jul 3, 2020
Wow!! I totally made up whoppers and payday based on what I could see (without trying other things, the first attempts) and they were right! just based on the letters I could see. ( I also made up lemonhead (and limehead after that) which is as good as right aswell but less surprising.)

I had never heard of these, not in the slightest. So I am pretty amazed how your mind can put something together with the tiniest bit of visual info.

Never heard of york either. Of the list We have snickers, twix, kitkat, (at some point skittles not sure if we still have them, but we didnt have them untill somewhere after 2000s) toblerone, crunch and smarties. So there are a few on here we don't have, but I have still heard of.

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Level 43
Jul 27, 2020
Just learned about crunch yesterday
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Level 65
Jul 27, 2020
I tried 'Mayday' and 'Heyday'.
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Level 65
Jul 4, 2020
Never heard of lemonheads, but guessed their name on my second try anyway!
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Level 71
Jul 27, 2020
Good graphic design then.
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Level 56
Jul 27, 2020
i've lived in america my entire life and i have no idea what a cadbury is
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Level 20
Jul 27, 2020
bruh
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Level 79
Jul 27, 2020
Cadbury is a British company but they are famous in the USA, as well. Mostly for their Cadbury Creme Eggs, which are a disgusting seasonal confectionery. Like Peeps. Better off not knowing.
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Level 65
Jul 27, 2020
Cadbury's is one of my favourite chocolate brands, and I haven't of Cadbury Creme Eggs.
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Level 55
Jul 27, 2020
Creme eggs are probably one of my favourites along with mini eggs but I guess Cadbury's is the main chocolate brand here
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Level 45
Jul 27, 2020
Have you never Hear of Cadbury Daily Milk?
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Level 79
Jul 27, 2020
Cadbury Daily Milk? Nope. I'm aware that they make a lot of other stuff. But in the US they're mostly famous for those eggs.
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Level 21
Jul 27, 2020
Cadbury Dairy Milk is considered an Irish thing
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Level 78
Jul 27, 2020
Cadbury eggs taste to me something like big chocolate-covered cherries without the cherries. I love Cadbury Creme Eggs at Easter, but they're so rich I can only handle a little at a time, and with their runny "egg white and yolk in the middle" they are not conducive to eating only one bite. My favorite Cadbury bar is Caramello. Both of these are sold at Walmart in the US among other places. At least with the convenient divisions it is easy to eat only a bite or two of a Caramello.
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Level 67
Jul 27, 2020
Ander did a great job of describing what creme eggs taste like; I couldn't have put it into words. I am not a fan but they are an Easter staple all the same. Cabury carmel eggs are amazing. It's a thin chocolate egg filled with semi-liquid caramel.
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Level 23
Jul 28, 2020
cadbury dairy milk is by far the most popular and famous chocolate in the uk.
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Level 26
Jul 27, 2020
I didn't think it was possible to not know about Cadbury's...? :/
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Level 46
Jul 27, 2020
I think that Cadbury is british...
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Level 30
Jul 27, 2020
I agree, Cadbury’s is definitely British (it was made in Birmingham). This quiz is about ‘Mostly American’ sweets so Cadbury’s can still be used. :)
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Level 75
Jul 27, 2020
It is, or it was until it was bought by Kraft.
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Level 65
Jul 27, 2020
So?
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Level 45
Jul 27, 2020
Cadbury, Kit Kat, Twix, Smarties, Skittles and York (YORKIE) are all British not American and were later distributed worldwide
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Level 72
Jul 27, 2020
If you are smart enough to know that you are smart enough to understand the word "mostly".
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Level 79
Jul 27, 2020
I'm sure QM tagged that descriptor on the title to try and avoid complaints about the quiz being too Amerocentric. But whiners gonna whine.
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Level 78
Jul 27, 2020
York Peppermint Patties with their white peppermint cream filling coated in chocolate were created in the US at York, Pennsylvania and are now owned by American company Hershey - no connection to Yorkie candy bars. The Smarties shown in the photo are the US sugary tablet-shaped fruit-flavored candies owned by Smarties, no relation to the chocolate candies found in the UK currently produced by Nestle. Nestle also now owns Kit Kat but in the US it is made by Reese's, which is now owned by Hershey. Skittles were made in the UK in the 1970s but have been produced in the US since 1982 by Wrigley, which is now owned by Mars, a US multinational company. Twix was first made in the UK in 1967 but is also now owned by Mars. Cadbury is now owned by Mondelez, an American multinational corp that also owns Kraft Foods. It's difficult to find any family-owned confectionary companies anymore. Of your list, Smarties is the only one I see and it's American, although its founder was an English immigrant.
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Level 66
Jul 27, 2020
I can't spell Reese's. I keep putting Reece's!
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Level 66
Jul 27, 2020
American Smarties are trash compared to Canada/UK Smarties.
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Level 53
Jul 27, 2020
isn't it leamonhead, not lemonheads?
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Level 33
Jul 27, 2020
You take Snickers without the "s," but don't take "Lemonhead" without the "s." Argh. Lol.
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Level 53
Jul 27, 2020
Toblerone is Swiss not American
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Level 78
Jul 27, 2020
If only QM had addressed that issue in the title...oh, wait.
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Level 79
Jul 27, 2020
Apparently non-Americans don't understand what the word "mostly" means.
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Level 43
Jul 27, 2020
I've never even heard of 7 of them. But then again, I'm not American.
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Level 49
Jul 27, 2020
Can Lemonhead be included for Lemonheads?
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Level 58
Jul 27, 2020
Lemonhead is the actual name of the candy. it should not have an S on the end
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Level 64
Jul 27, 2020
Can you please accept Rockets for Smarties, as that's what they are called in Canada. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smarties_(tablet_candy)
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Level 32
Jul 27, 2020
8/16. Those 8 are more or less common in Sweden. Only one I've heard about that I didn't get was whoppers
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Level 44
Jul 27, 2020
Could you replace Lemonheads with Lemonhead? That's the name on the box, and it doesn't make much sense to me to make it plural.
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Level 49
Jul 27, 2020
20/20, I eat a LOT of candy. But the one I wait for all year is the Cadbury cream egg. They made me so happy when they started making a Halloween version. There is also a caramel filled version which is even better than the yolk/cream.
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Level 51
Jul 28, 2020
When I saw Kitkat, I thought of the James Veitch Ted talk!
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Level 23
Jul 28, 2020
In the UK we only have snickers, cadbury, twin, tolerance, crunch, kit kat, smarties and skittles. Things like Reeses and Hersheys are rarely sold in shops here but i've heard of them. However I've never heard of Payday, York, Whoppers, Jelly, Belly, Tootsie Roll or Lemonheads.
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Level 79
Jul 28, 2020
I've see Hershey's, Reese's, and York Peppermint Patties sold all over the place including all over Europe. Tootsie Rolls, Lemonheads, and Jelly Bellies I've seen here and there, but not as often. Jelly Bellies are often found in high-end hotel minibars and boutique shopping malls, similar to Toblerone. Payday and Whoppers I don't recall seeing anywhere outside of the United States... maybe at a Duty Free shop or in an issue of Skymall if anywhere.