10 favorite brands of chocolate

Baker’s Chocolate

Baker’s Chocolate isn’t a household name, it is the oldest chocolate brand in the United States. best known for chocolate bars for baking and its coconut products


Cadbury has been a year-round dessert staple since 1824 with its Dairy Milk, Curly Wurly, and other bars and bite-sized snacks.

Côte d'Or

There are a lot of different and delicious Belgian chocolate brands out there, but actually locating them would require a trip to a specialty store


The brand’s chocolate bars, squares, and ice cream bars have retained their smooth, signature taste and are even popular in the U.K. under the Galaxy brand.


Italian chocolatier Pietro Ferrero began adding hazelnuts to his treats, which led to the creation of the now infamous, gold-wrapped Ferrero Rocher truffles. Additionally.


it’s also one of the most tasty. Incorporated in 1852, Ghirardelli is the third-oldest chocolate company in the U.S. and is best known for its chocolate bars, squares, sauces, and beverages


Godiva is synonymous with fancy chocolate, and for good reason. The Belgian brand has been crafting chocolates and packaging them in its signature gold boxes since 1926

The Hershey Company

the iconic chocolate bars and kisses, but also Reese’s cups and pieces, Almond Joys, Mounds, Whoppers, York Peppermint Patties, Rolos, Heath bars, Krackel, and Mr. Goodbar.

Lindt & Sprüngli

Lindor are the round chocolate truffles made by Lindt in varieties like milk, dark, and white chocolate, as well as coconut, caramel, peanut butter, and hazelnut, among others.

Mars, Inc.

Its products like 3 Musketeers, M&M’s, Milky Way, Snickers, Twix, and Mars bars, in addition to numerous gum brands and other candies like Skittles and Starburst.