Snack Review

Newman's Own Organics Milk Chocolate

Newman's Own Organics Milk Chocolate

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Taste test: This large, 2.8-oz.

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chocolate bar had a 2x4 grid of large sections, each bearing a logo consisting of an N surrounded by a circle, kind of like a registered trademark symbol (™) except with an N instead of the usual R. If this circled N is the Newman's logo, that's odd, because they don't use anything resembling that logo on the wrapper. Anyway, each section was a bit thicker and definitely larger than your typical chocolate bar section, as each of the square sections measured nearly an inch and a half on each side. The taste was good, but it was a much different milk chocolate taste than I'm accustomed to, nothing like a Hershey's or Nestle bar, or any other kind of chocolate that I've tried. The chocolate did not seem creamy at all, and it reminded me just slightly of dark chocolate, though I would still classify it as a milk chocolate. But the taste was not bad, and depending on your particular chocolate preferences, you might like this.

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Smell test: Decent milk chocolate smell.

From the package: “Paul Newman has given over $150 million to thousands of charities worldwide since 1982.”

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Company: Newman's Own Organics

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