A bar of creamy toffee candy. It comes wrapped in clear plastic inside a red/green/tartan coloured box, manufactured by Nestlé.

The toffee was developed by John and Violet Mackintosh of King Cross, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada in 1890. Mackintosh's merged with Rowntree in 1969 and became known as Rowntree-Mackintosh until being taken over by the Swiss company Nestlé in 1991.

Most common method for consuming the toffee is to cool the bar in the 'fridge or freezer, then smack it against a table to break it to pieces. The back of the box recommends this method with the slogan "GIVE YOUR MACK A SMACK!".

It's also good for removing loose teeth.

May contain nut particles.

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