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What is Britain's best chocolate bar? Have your say!

The Telegraph logo The Telegraph 13/09/2017 By Richard Jones

"Come with me and you'll see a world of pure imagination." Most of us have been found guilty of dreaming of chocolate but goodness sake, move aside Wonka, you're in the way – I need to get to that Crunchie pronto.

Today is National Chocolate Day – and while you may not share my own tendency to get violent with fictional characters when the subject of chocolate comes up, its hard not to admit that as a nation we are obsessed.

The UK eats approximately 660,900 tonnes of the stuff a year, an average of 11bkg per person per year – or roughly 3 bars a week each. Glutons out there, raise your hand? Guilty.

Last month Oxford University student Adam Higgins posted his 'definitive' crisp ranking, and as is standard in our modern, technological age, the internet kicked off.  How are PomBears  better than Quavers? Why were Mini Cheddars so low? Does anyone actually enjoy a Twiglet?

So to celebrate the momentous occasion of National Chocolate Day, it's time to start another debate. Have a vote on our poll for your favourite chocolate bar and let the Twitter frenzy commence.

Related: A shop makes gorgeous ice cream that looks like flowers (provided by INSIDER)


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