mostly 35p/40p but it depends were you buy it from some
chocolate bars are expensive than others but mostly they are
between 35p and 40p.
Well in CANADIAN money they usuallt cost a dollar to two
In 1980 your average chocolate bar would cost you about seventy nine cents. (0.79)
It depends on the size of the chocolate bar. The equivalent of 1 to 10 cents.
It depends in what type of chocolate you want to buy, and the size of it.
Usually about 50p for a Mars bar
90p - £1 usually A fairtrade bar would cost arounf £1.09p
something like 75 cent to $1.00
As of 24th February 2013, freddo chocolate bars cost 17p.
It costs about 12 pence a bar, once you've factored in fuel prices, packaging and the actual chocolate.
10 cents a bar. 15 cents for a pop.
the average cost of a chocolate bar in 2000 was 960$ in the usa and 750 in canada.
no more than 60p I am sure
About three cents which is now today a value of a dollar. But it depends on the chocolate brand.
About 25 cents to 60 cents.
A 100gram bar of cadburys fair trade cost £1.09
Depends on the size of the chocolate bar.