The Heath bar is an American candy bar made of toffee and milk chocolate, marketed by L.S. Heath beginning in 1914, subsequently by Leaf, Inc., and since 1996 by Hershey. Shaped as a thin hard slab with a milk chocolate coating, the toffee originally contained sugar, butter, and almonds, and was a small squarish bar weighing 1 ounce. The Heath bar is similar to Skor, also marketed under the Hershey brand, and the Daim bar.
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