Showing all 2 results
Henri Nestle was a pioneer in the production of infant food and nutrition back in 1867 in Switzerland, but it was the introduction of condensed milk ten years later that solidified the company’s existence. This success led to a new plant in the United States. A serendipitous purchase of Peter’s Chocolate, a European baking company, led to an inevitable combination of the two products, producing the world’s first milk chocolate. The Nestle’s Crunch Bar was created in 1938, consistently one of the top selling chocolate bars in the world. Nestles continued chocolate domination with the introduction of Nestle’s Quik and Toll House morsels and through acquisition, has expanded to include Buitoni pasta, Stouffers, Fancy Feast and others.