Heath milk chocolate english toffee bar

net wt 1.4 OZ (39 g)

ingredients: milk chocolate ( milk chocolate contains sugar, cocoa butter, chocolate, nonfat milk, milk fat, lactose, soya lechthin (an emulsifier), salt, and vanillin (an artificial flavoring). ) sugar, dairy butter, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, chopped almonds, salt, natural and artificial flavoring, and soya lechthin.

nutritional information: serving size, 1 bar. per serving: calories 210, fat cal 110, total fat 12 g (18% daily value), sat fat 5 g (25%), cholesterol 10 mg (3%), sodium 135 mg (6%), total carb 24 g (8%), dietary fiber less than 1 g (2%), sugars 23 g, protein 1 g, vit. a (0%), vit c (0%), calcium (2%), iron (0%), percents based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

a yummy candy of the same family as the skor bar. However, in the heath bar, the toffee layer is much thicker, leaving no doubts as to this is a toffee bar in chocolate, it takes a good bite to break through. The flavor is as any good toffee, slightly caramel, slightly nutty, slightly warm somehow, and mostly impossible to describe. The standard bar comes with two pieces nestled in a cardboard tray in a brown, gold, and orange wrapper. Not as common as most candy bars, gas stations and convenience stores often carry them, but they're not a common find in vending machines.

statistics taken from the heath wrapper on my desk which outlived the candy just long enough to be noded.

Heath (?), n. [OE. heth waste land, the plant heath, AS. h; akin to D. & G. heide, Icel. heir waste land, Dan. hede, Sw. hed, Goth. haipi field, L. bucetum a cow pasture; cf. W. coed a wood, Skr. kshtra field. &root;20.]

1. Bot.

  1. A low shrub (Erica, or Calluna, vulgaris), with minute evergreen leaves, and handsome clusters of pink flowers. It is used in Great Britain for brooms, thatch, beds for the poor, and for heating ovens. It is also called heather, and ling.
  2. Also, any species of the genus Erica, of which several are European, and many more are South African, some of great beauty. See Illust. of Heather.

2.

A place overgrown with heath; any cheerless tract of country overgrown with shrubs or coarse herbage.

Their stately growth, though bare,
Stands on the blasted heath.
Milton

Heath cock Zool., the blackcock. See Heath grouse (below). -- Heath grass Bot., a kind of perennial grass, of the genus Triodia (T. decumbens), growing on dry heaths. -- Heath grouse, ∨ Heath game Zool., a European grouse (Tetrao tetrix), which inhabits heats; -- called also black game, black grouse, heath poult, heath fowl, moor fowl. The male is called, heath cock, and blackcock; the female, heath hen, and gray hen. -- Heath hen. Zool. See Heath grouse (above). -- Heath pea bot., a species of bitter vetch (Lathyris macrorhizus), the tubers of which are eaten, and in Scotland are used to flavor whisky. -- Heath throstle Zool., a European thrush which frequents heaths; the ring ouzel.

 

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