5th Avenue (candy)
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|Owner||The Hershey Company|
The bar consists of a crunchy peanut butter center covered in chocolate. The bar was topped with two chocolate-covered almonds until the mid-1990s, when the almonds were removed.[better source needed]
The candy bar was introduced in 1936 by Luden's, at the time a subsidiary of Food Industries of Philadelphia. Hershey Foods Corporation acquired Luden's brands from the Dietrich Corporation, a successor to Food Industries of Philadelphia, in 1986. Despite not being advertised since 1993, the candy bar is still available in many smaller retailers.
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