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3 Musketeers candy bars used to have three flavored pieces in each bar: vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry. Rising costs and wartime restrictions on sugar led to the phasing out of the vanilla and strawberry flavors during World War II, leaving only the more popular chocolate.

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3 Musketeers candy bars used to have three flavored pieces in each bar: vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry. Rising costs and wartime restrictions on sugar led to the phasing out of the vanilla and strawberry flavors during World War II, leaving only the more popular chocolate.

 
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