What is the AERO slogan?
The process of manufacture was patented in 1935 by Rowntree’s in York, England. The wrapping was brown (green in the mint version) and displayed the “Rowntree’s” script logo and the large word “AERO”, along with the slogan “Hold on tight or I’ll fly away!” below the “AERO” name.
How would you describe an AERO bar?
Old Fashioned Candy Since 1935 Currently these Areo Bars are made by Nestle in Toronto Canada. Areo Chocolate Bars are famous for their smooth & rich Milk Chocolate and unique bubbly texture. Made with real Milk Chocolate and natural flavours. Made with 100% Cocoa Plan cocoa.
What is AERO brand?
Aéropostale, Inc., also called Aero, is an American shopping mall–based retailer of casual apparel and accessories, principally targeting young adults through its Aéropostale stores. Aéropostale maintains control over its proprietary brands by designing, sourcing, marketing, and selling all of its own merchandise.
Who makes chocolate AERO?
Aero is part of the Nestlé Cocoa Plan, which works with UTZ to ensure a better future for cocoa farmers and even better chocolate for you. Learn more at: Nestlé Cocoa Plan website.
Is AERO Only in Canada?
Although the Crispy Crunch—a hard peanut flaky covered in chocolate—was distributed in the US for a short period of time in the ’90s, it’s now only available in Canada. Can you taste the bubbles? Although Nestle attempted to launch Aero in the States in the ’80s, it wasn’t a commercial success.
What was the first Flavour of AERO?
This much-loved chocolate is famous worldwide for its unique, bubbly texture, and has been for decades. Aero® was first launched in 1935 in peppermint flavour, followed by the milk chocolate variation in the 1970s.
What was the first Flavour of Aero?
Is Aero halal?
None of the AERO® products are halal certified. Some of our AERO® products are suitable for a gluten-free diet.
Does the US have Aero bars?
Well, it turns out that if you’re American, you can’t. Although Nestle attempted to launch Aero in the States in the ’80s, it wasn’t a commercial success. Originally sold as “energy balls” for weight-conscious women, these chocolate-covered malt balls are a Canadian classic.