Blue Riband (biscuits)

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Blue Riband is a chocolate biscuit produced by Nestlé. The bar was launched in 1936[1] as a real milk chocolate wafer- a crisp wafer biscuit covered in a very thin layer of milk chocolate. It was first marketed primarily in Switzerland, Europe, and in the U.S. It was re-launched in December 2004. The modern version is not as crisp as the original, and the chocolate layer is sweeter and thicker[citation needed]. Blue Riband's primary competitor is the KitKat bar, also manufactured by Nestlé, which is a similar product and a main reason for the redesign of Blue Riband.[2]

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  1. ^ "Blue Riband - Nestlé UK". 4 October 2014. Retrieved 4 October 2014. 
  2. ^ Blue Riband Candy at snackmemory.com

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