Created in 1912 by the Standard Candy Company in Nashville, Tennessee, the Original Goo Goo Cluster carries the honor of being considered America's first combination candy bar. Previous to the advent of the Goo Goo Cluster, candy bar manufacturing consisted of bars solely using chocolate, caramel or taffy. The Goo Goo Cluster represented the first time a bar consisted of more than just one principal ingredient. Luscious caramel, creamy marshmallow nougat, and fresh roasted peanuts were all covered with a thick coating of real milk chocolate, creating what many believe to be the official sweet of the South.
Bag: These bite-sized lil’ Goos are perfect for snacking. They come in a resealable 6 oz. bag that contains unwrapped mini-goo goo clusters based on the original recipe: peanuts, caramel, nougat and milk chocolate.