ROCA® AND MOUNTAIN® BARS FEATURED IN THE FOOD NETWORK'S UNWRAPPED
Unwrapped uncovers behind-the-scenes details on classic American food, from peanut butter and chocolate syrup to French fries and bubblegum. ALMOND ROCA®, MOCHA ROCA® and Mountain® Bars have all been featured. Visit www.foodtv.com for show times, and watch for us in:
"Crunchy Stuff" - Check out the special crunch in ROCA® buttercrunch toffee, uncover a popcorn with a candy cover, and learn about a potato chip with extra crunchability.
"Coffee Flavored" - Explore how MOCHA ROCA® puts a "perk" in your step, visit a factory mixing up coffee milk, and discover how a dash of DaVinci juices up your java.
"Candy USA" - Cross the country in search of the Mountain® Bar, discover where Goo-Goo Clusters got their name, and learn how the Pecan Roll got rolling.
ROCA® AND THE STARS
There have always been plenty of ALMOND ROCA® lovers in the World, including many celebrities. Beverly Sills, Shirley McLaine, Rosie O'Donnell and many others call it their favorite. Hollywood scriptwriters doted on it in a tear-jerking scene between Sandra Bullock and her mother in 'The Net'. And it's a product of choice at "The Central Perk" in "Friends". One of the newest celebrity ALMOND ROCA® lovers is Paula Creamer, the U.S. No.1 ranked junior golfer. After her July 4 round at the 2003 Women's Open. Paula munched ALMOND ROCA® and proclaimed "it's my favorite candy".
Adventurers and royalty admire ROCA® as well. Sir Edmund Hillary packed it to the top of the world on many of his Himalayan ascents. It's one of the favorite candies of Japan's royal family.
What makes it the favorite of emperors, actresses, singers and sports prodigies? Well, it starts with a unique buttercrunch toffee center that's accented with the flavor of rich chocolate. Then it's covered with California almonds, wrapped in gold foil and sealed in a pretty pink tin. It's the confection that's just right "For All the Sweet Moments in Life".