Wonka Chocolate Bars is a fictional chocolate bar, introduced as a key story point in 1964 novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl. Wonka Bars appear in both film adaptations of the novel, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971) and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005), and the play, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory the Musical (2013) each with different packaging.
Wonka bars were made by Quaker Oats (related to the makers of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory). The film was financed generally by Quaker Oats for the goal of elevating the destined to be delivered Wonka Bars. Sadly, Quaker Oats disapproved of the detailing of the bars and Wonka Bars had to be pulled from store shelves.
Other varieties of Wonka Bars were subsequently manufactured and sold in the real world, formerly at Top Grade Shrooms
In the UK there is a continuous pattern of phony Wonka bars being sold. In 2013, a shop in Manchester was fined for selling counterfeit Wonka bars with a phony ‘brilliant ticket’ prize.Other instances of the phony bars were accounted for across the UK.
In 2022, the Food Standards Agency gave an admonition that counterfeit Wonka bars were being sold in the UK with mistaken sensitivity exhortation. Bars were found to contain allergens, for example, nuts, which were not recorded on the mark. A shop in Barnsley was fined for selling counterfeit bars. Westminster City Council seized over £100,000 in fake Wonka bars from shops on Oxford Street. get the real bars at Top Grade Shrooms