Rolo Chocolate

Rolo Chocolate is a brand of truncated cone-shaped or conical frustum-shaped chocolates with a caramel within. It is named after the roll-styled chocolates. They were first produced by Mackintosh's in Norwich, Norfolk, England in 1937, and are now produced by Nestlé. Rolo was voted the eleventh most popular and seventeenth most famous confectionary in the UK in a YouGov poll. Mackintosh's created the Rolo product, which is basically a blend of caramel with a chocolate coating. In 1937, Rolo was introduced in the United Kingdom. The New England Confectionery Company was granted a license to manufacture Rolos in the United States in 1956. The Hershey Company purchased the US Manufacturing license in 1969. Rowntree and its products, including Rolo, were purchased by Nestlé in 1988. Rolos, ice cream, muffins, birthday cake, desserts, cake bars, doughnuts, small Rolos, huge Rolos, yoghurts, and Easter eggs have all been created. McDonald's blended chocolate chunks and caramel sauce with their soft-serve McFlurry product in May 2011 to create a cross-branded product that mimicked the Rolo flavor profile. Walmart began selling Rolo ice cream cones and ice cream sandwiches in their locations in December 2018. Rolos are made at Nestlé's Fawdon facility in Newcastle upon Tyne in the United Kingdom. At the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival in 1996, the Rolo ad "Elephant" earned the Grand Prix in the Film Lions division. In the commercial, an elephant is duped by a little boy and seeks vengeance decades later, alluding to the proverb "elephants never forget." Rolo Chocolate was sold with the tagline "Do you love anybody enough to give them your last Rolo?" from 1980 to 2003.

Little Rolo Bag 103g
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