A chocolate bar is bar like shape/ form of chocolate
The variation of basic ingredients (cocoa butter, cocoa solids, milk and sugar) results in subclasses of chocolates namely dark, milk and white chocolates. In addition to these, the bar may contain other ingredients such as nuts, fruits, flavours etc. The calories count of each bar thus may differ depending upon these.
A single bar (which weighs about 45.0g) of Cadbury’s Dairy milk chocolate has a total count of 240 calories. The fat content in one bar is 13.4g with 8.3 g of saturated fat and the calorie contributions being 121 calories. The sodium content is specified to be 400mg and protein to be 3.4 g. The total amount of carbohydrates in one bar is 25.7g with 0.3g being dietary fibres and 25.5g being sugars.
Hershey’s milk chocolate bar is graded D. The calorie count for one serving (i.e. 1/8 of a bar or 56.6g) of Hershey’s chocolate is 280 calories. The calories from fat are 162 while the fat content is 18.0g with 11.0g being saturated fat. The total carbohydrates are 33.0g with dietary fibres being 1.0g and sugars being 31.0 g. The protein content is 4.0g, sodium is 45mg and cholesterol is 15 mg. The bad points in reference to the chocolate are- it is high in saturated fat and very high in sugar. The good points are that it is low in cholesterol and very low in sodium.
Five blocks (i.e. 41.3 g) of Mr. Goodbar chocolate has about 200 calories. The chocolate is graded D and has a fat count of 13.0g with 6.0g saturated fat, 1.8g polyunsaturated fat and 3.4g monounsaturated fat. The calories from fat are 117. The carbohydrates are 21.0g with 1.0g of it being dietary fibres and 18.0g being sugars. The protein and sodium contents in the chocolate are 4.0g and 50 mg respectively.