Snickers Is Bringing Back a Fan-Favorite Candy Bar

When a corporation discontinues a popular product, fans may get angry. Angered by the absence of Pizza Hut's Big New Yorker, people initiated petitions to get it back.

PennLive reports that Snickers' Rockin' Nut Road candy bar disappeared from shop shelves in 2017. Today is your lucky day. Snickers

Mars is consumer-focused. In a news release, Mars Wrigley senior director of marketing Martin Terwilliger stated fans enjoy Snickers

Rockin' Nut Road and want it back. "There's nothing like being able to excite our fans with the return of a product so many of them have requested."

Indeed, people have expressed their fondness for Snickers Rockin' Nut Road and their desire for its return.

In January 2017, @Candace_Michele tweeted that the candy bar can "cure depression and loneliness."

"This is your reminder to bring back Rockin' Nut Road Snickers," tweeted @RayTango84 in April 2021.

Snickers Rockin' Nut Road includes many familiar ingredients, but with a twist. It replaces Snickers' roasted peanuts with roasted almonds and

has caramel and marshmallow nougat. Dark chocolate instead of milk chocolate coats Snickers Rockin' Nut Road, another departure from the traditional.

Snickers said the beloved candy bar will be sold nationwide once it's back. The item comes in 1.41 ounce single, 2.82 ounce share, and 7.70 ounce sharing sizes.

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