Nestlè Milk Chocolate is a chocolate bar consisting of milk chocolate, produced by Nestlé. Nestlè Milk Chocolate is sold in many countries around the world including the United States, Canada, among other nations.
They were created as a competitor to the more-established, and North American chocolate bar segment-leader Hershey bar, and are even created in a similar form as their competitor. The closest Nestlé product to them is the Nestlé Crunch, which is very similar to Nestlè Milk Chocolate the main difference being that Nestlè Crunch has puffed rice; while Nestlé Milk Chocolate does not. A similar product, Yorkie made by Nestlé, is not to be confused with Nestlé Milk Chocolate as they are completely different products as the Yorkie bar was originally created by British firm Rowntree of York in order to compete with Cadbury Dairy Milk. Nestle also produces many other brands of chocolate/syrup.
1 Currently manufactured by General Mills in the United States. Produced by Cereal Partners under the Nestlé brand elsewhere. 2 Brand owned by General Mills; U.S. and Canadian production rights controlled by Nestlé under license. 3 U.S. production rights owned by The Hershey Company. 4 Canadian production rights owned by The Hershey Company. 5 U.S. rights and production owned by Smarties Candy Company, with a different product. 6 U.S. rights and specific trade dress owned by Nestlé; rights elsewhere owned by Associated British Foods. 7 Produced by Cereal Partners, branded as Nestlè. 8 Produced by Cereal Partners, and Branded Nestlé in The United Kingdom, and Ireland. Produced by Post Foods, elsewhere.