How much did twix cost when it was first sold?


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2009-10-24 17:00:43
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I heard from my grandmother that, when Twix was first sold in 1967, the cost was 15 cents!

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A standard Twix bar (twin) is 49p from Sainsbury's

The price of a Twix bar varies from store to store, however a normal size bar usually costs about $1.00.

About $1.00 for a normal size bar plus tax.

A Twix bar in the 1990's was about $1.50

There are three types of twix are there is Dark chocolate (not sold anymore) then there is penut buter and orignal.

They sell over 10000 Twix bares a year

8 granules of twix chocolate bar, specially brewed by pros

yes baking powder and vinger dissolves a twix bar first

, Twix was first known as "The Raider Bar". Mars decided to change that name to sell more of the candy bar, thus ending up with "Twix".

Twix was first produced in the UK in 1967, and introduced in the United States in 1979.

The following flavor varieties either were or are still in production in various locations worldwide.Peanut Butter TwixCookies-n-Creme TwixChocolate Fudge TwixTriple chocolateChoc 'N' Orange TwixTwix MintMint Slice TwixOrange TwixWhite Chocolate TwixDark Chocolate TwixCoffee TwixTwix JavaTwix Cappuccino

Because it was one of the first candy bars to sell two Twix bars instead of one. Buyers thought they were getting more and loved them. TWin stIX. TWIX.

Twix belongs to Hershey Company and they make approx. $436 million a year.

The Twix bar was first introduced to the UK in 1967, with the USA following in 1979. Twix bars were sometimes called "raider" bars in certain parts of Europe until 1991.

No, there is no pork in a Twix.

There are no peanuts in a Twix.

chew it over with twix

twix was made in france.

No. Twix is a Hershey product.

Yes, Twix contains eggs!

You call a single twix a twix bar. It is really very simple. Hope this helps!

Twix GB. or Twix GhettoBarbie.

Twix is the same word in German.

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