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Anonymous asked in Food & DrinkOther - Food & Drink · 1 decade ago

How much does candy cost in england?

How much does the following candy cost in canadian converted to pounds:

1.toxic waste candy

2.galaxy chocolate

3.Nestle Lion chocolate

4.toffee crisp

5.milky bar buttons, or regular chocolate buttons

6.post cards

7.pins, like buttons.

8.bracelets, like jelly ones.

Update:

.. and what are someother candy from england, that they dont have in canada?

and the price preferbelly? thankyouverymuch!

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  • geri
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    It all depends on what shop you go to

    1.toxic waste candy - Im not too sure, there are different sizes but normal size is around £2.00

    2.galaxy chocolate - regular sized is £0.45p - 50

    3.Nestle Lion chocolate £0.45p - 50

    4.toffee crisp £0.45p - 50

    5.milky bar buttons, or regular chocolate buttons £0.35p

    6.post cards- Are these candies or actual post cards? I dont think we have them

    7.pins, like buttons. - We don't have them

    8.bracelets, like jelly ones.- We don't have them

    Terrys

    Cadburys (their toffee eclairs are SO good)

    Twix

    Snicker

    Walker's royal assorted

    Blackjacks

    Bassetts licorice allsorts

    Revels

    Jelly Beans

    Love hearts

    Sherberts

    Spaceships (there: http://www.sweetmania.co.uk/images/new/spaceships.... )

    Maynards

    Rowntrees

    Yorkie bars

    Aero (the blue ones are soo nice but they dont sell them anymore)

    Milky way

    Flake

    Picnic

    Minstrels

    Turkish delight

    Nestle Toffee crisps

    crunchie

    Kitkat

    Munchies

    Snack

    Double decker

    Rolo

    Bountry

    Mars

    Jaffa cakes

    Ripple

    Mily war

    Twirl

    Galaxy

    Malteser

    Cream eggs

    Kinder Bueno

    Ferrero Rochers (They are lovely!!! I really recommend them but I only ever get them around christmas cos they're too expensive for me. it's around £3.00 for a little square box and £4.50-5 for a big flat one)

    Heaven

    Mini eggs

    fruit pastels

    Jazzles

    Curly wurly

    cadbury fingers

    quality street

    roses

    smarties

    m&m

    pear drops

    lindor

    skittles (here we only have the normal skittles not sour ones)

    polo

    starbursts

    rocks (seaside rock) - you get them down at the sea side like black pool) - they look like this: http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3199/2726138402_d44...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rock_(confectionery)

    My sisters always moaning at me if she gets one and I take them so I guess it's somewhat expensive.

    Cadburys cream egg

    Celebrations

    Penguin

    Wagon wheel

    werthers original

    Maoam

    Haribo

    Sour worms

    Fruitella

    Cherry drops

    Rasinbow drops

    Refreshers

    Bootlaces

    Vimto

    Flumps

    Wham

    Eggs

    cocacola bottles

    bobstoppers

    eyepoppers

    lovehearts

    fox's

    dip dab

    In general single chocolates are all around £0.45-50p (regular size)

    Any bigger £0.55-65p

    Big chocolates like Celebrations, Roses or terrys chocolate are around £3.00

    Sweets (not chocolate) are usually under £0.50p

    Source(s): I might have wrote some down twice, sorry. These are the only ones I can remember.
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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    England Candy

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Yep. VAT is 17.5% on particular issues yet is roofed in the value. in basic terms particular places may even grant you with a destroy down of it on a receipt. Brits are surprised while they pass in another country and tax is extra later! there is in basic terms this tax at factor of purchase, different taxes are taken at yet over again. in case you save your receipts you are able to declare this tax returned in case your a resident of a rustic outdoors of the EEA / ecu (eg the U. S.).

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