The Lion bar candy consists of a filled wafer, caramel (32%) and crisp cereal (26%), covered in milk chocolate (42%).
Introduced by Alan Norman, it was in some areas known as Big Cat until the late 1990s.
When Nestlé acquired the brand in 1988, the recipe was changed, as it used to contain peanuts; the packaging was also changed.
Lion is a brand of chocolate bar currently owned and manufactured by Nestlé.
Lion Bar Candy Ingredient
Sugar, Glucose-fructose syrup, Sweetened condensed milk, Skimmed milk powder, Cocoa butter, Lactose, Crisped cereals [5%] (Wheat flour, Sugar, Wheat starch, Vegetable fat, Raising agent: Sodium carbonate, Salt, Caramelised Sugar), Cocoa mass, Whey powder, Butterfat, Wheat flour, Emulsifiers (Soya lecithin, E476), Flavorings, Stabiliser (Carrageenan), Salt, Raising agent (Sodium carbonate).
Typical values per bar:
- 1126 kJ / 269 kcal
- 3.0 g Protein
- 35.3 g Carbohydrate
- 10.9 g Fat (of which saturates; 5.8 g)