15 Old-Timey Candies You Never Knew Existed

In the 1920s, there was a candy bar called Chicken Dinner. Not making this up.

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2. Chicken Dinner Candy Bar


Pearson's Candy Company put out these oddly-named bars during the Great Depression, the name being a reference to Hoover's presidential campaign slogan, "A chicken in every pot." The bar did not contain chicken — it was a nut roll covered in chocolate.

11. Seven Up


Around in the 1930s, Seven Up bars featured connected bits, each with a different flavor. Eventually, the soft drink, 7-Up, bought the candy bar so they could have rights to the name.