Reese's Whipps

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Reese's Whipps is a candy bar similar to the 3 Musketeers but differs by adding peanut butter. It has a center made of fluffy peanut butter nougat, a layer of peanut butter and is then coated with milk chocolate. The candy bar was introduced in 2007[1] in the United States as an addition to their Reese's product line and is currently still in production.

The Whipps is marketed as a lower fat candy bar (similar to 3 Musketeers) due to it mainly being composed of nougat. But of the 9g of fat, 7g are saturated. And despite it being lower in fat than most candy bars, it contains 230 calories per bar,[2] which is in the same range as most similarly-sized candy bars.

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  1. ^ "Review mentioning new candy bar". Retrieved 2011-02-12. 
  2. ^ "Reese's Whipps nutrional info". Retrieved 2011-02-12. 

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