History of Daim

Daim is a popular confectionery product that has a rich history dating back to its origins in Sweden in 1953. It was created by Marabou, a Swedish chocolate company, and was initially known as 'Dajm.' The candy bar is famous for its crunchy almond caramel center coated in smooth milk chocolate. In 1990, Marabou merged with the Norwegian chocolate company Freia, and eventually, both became part of the global snack food giant Mondelez International. Daim's unique texture and taste have made it a favorite in many countries, and it is often used as an ingredient in various desserts, including cakes and ice cream. Over the years, the brand has expanded its product line to include various formats and flavors, ensuring its enduring popularity among chocolate enthusiasts worldwide.