Skor is a thin bar of butter toffee covered with milk chocolate. Or as the label puts it, "Delicious Milk Chocolate / Crisp Butter Toffee."
It received a Swedish-sounding name, and a gold crown on the wrapper furthers the impression of being a Swedish product.
But - invented by Hershey. So yeah - this is a Swedish candy bar in the same sense that Outback is an Australian steakhouse - i.e. - not. Besides, would a Swede really have named his chocolate toffee bar "shoes?" (That's right, skor is a Swedish word that means shoes.)
Having said all that, I definitely prefer the Skor bar to Heath. For two reasons.
Ingredients and Nutrition
There is very little on this ingredients list to complain about.
Cheaper forms of sunflower oil can be nutritionally problematic. But it looks like there is an insignificant amount of it here.
So, let's take a direct look at the ingredient differences between these two chocolate toffee bars:
On the possibly problematic side, Heath has more salt, more palm oil, and more artificial flavor.
This bar has 200 calories, with 110 of them (55%) from fat.
I paid $1.00 for this 1.4 ounce (39 g) bar. For comparison purposes, that's $11.37 per pound, just about in the middle of the price range for popular chocolate candy.
I'm giving this my personal score of 3.8 out of 5 stars for Overall Enjoyment, 3.9 for Nutrition, and 3.8 for Value. Keep in mind this is just my personal opinion. Your mileage may vary, and there's no accounting for taste.
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In English we form most plural words by adding s. But some languages (including Swedish) form most plurals by adding r. So the Swedish word for shoe (sko) becomes shoes by adding r.