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Nestle's Violet Crumble Bar
Large Single (50g)  6-PACK of 50g Bars (6X) 

Violet Crumble is an Australian chocolate bar manufactured in Campbellfield near Melbourne, Australia, by Nestle. It is one of the best selling chocolate bars in Australia. The bar is a crumbly honeycomb-like substance coated in compound chocolate. It is similar to the Crunchie made by Cadbury. The slogan for the chocolate bar is "It's the way it shatters that matters" (replacing the previous slogan, "Nothing else matters").

Here's what some of our customers have to say about Violet Crumbles:

"Thank you!!!! I haven't been able to get my hands on a Violet Crumble Bar for years! I hope that you continue to stock Violet Crumbles because I plan on making regular purchases. Yum!

"Violet Crumble bars are are our idea of Heaven! I've been eating them since I was a child and my American husband is keener than I, if possible. Been counting the days until the next supply of Violet Crumbles arrived. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

"Violet Crumble is the best candy ever! Wonder why Nestle quit importing it. Or they can make it here. That would be superb! Yum yum!

"The Violet Crumble is so deliciosuly seductive, so different to anything on the shelves of America stores that the FDA had to ban it to prevent poor little american children becoming completley addicted to Australian candy and rotting their teeth out, or tooth out as it is in AL.

 

 


Large Single (50g) US $3.87 Quantity in Cart:
6-PACK of 50g Bars (6X) US $21.97 Quantity in Cart:
Pre-Shattered - but Wrapped! US $3.37 Quantity in Cart:



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Nestle's Violet Crumble Bar Reviews

Sharyn from Cary, Cary on August 24, 2010:
This is so deliciosuly seductive, so different to anything on the shelves of America stores that the FDA had to ban it to prevent poor little american children becoming completley addicted to Australian candy and rotting their teeth out, or tooth out as it is in AL.