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Coffee Crisp is a candy bar introduced by Rowntree Canada in 1935 as a version of Wafer Crisp, a UK candy made by Rowntree as well. The treat can only really be found in Canada but you can get it outside of Canada through unofficial imports. It became part of Nestle in 1988, along with the rest of Rowntree-Mackintosh. Even though it has been officially released in other countries, the candy is now only in Canada officially, the recent release outside Canada being the US in 2006 but was gone from US supermarkets by 2009.

19??-1960s

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First known Coffee Crisp wrapper.

1960s-1998

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This logo is the second known use was in the 1960s and lasted use in 1998.

1998–present

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