GalleryA Guide to Italian Candy
Italy's known for its food, of course—pizza, pasta, prosciutto; ciabatta, cannoli, cappellini; you get the idea. But what about candy? No matter what country we end up in, we can't resist browsing the candy aisle at the local grocery stores. So I hit up a Milan supermarket and, besides the expected Kinder Bueno, came away with pocket coffee, instant gelato, a Nutella-breadstick-tea hybrid, and an awful lot more.
I landed at JFK with no less than 22 different variations of chocolate: lots of hazelnut, lots of Ferrero products, and lots more.
Check them out in the slideshow above:
Nutella & Go »
Kinder Cereali, Schoko-bons »
Gran Soleil »
Kinder Bueno »
Milka Choco-swing, Luflee »
Pocket Coffee »
The Egg-Shaped Genre: Kinder Sorpresa, Merendero »
Hazelnutty Bars: Ritter Sport, Baci, Novi Piu »
Ferrero Duplo, Tronky »
The Bite-Sizers: Ferrero Rocher, Raffaello, Baci »
UK Imports: Mars, Bounty, Lion
What's your favorite Italian candy?
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