History of Mars

Mars, founded in 1911 by Frank C. Mars in Tacoma, Washington, began as a small candy-making business. The company gained prominence with the creation of the Milky Way bar in the 1920s and continued to innovate with the introduction of Snickers in 1930. Mars further expanded its reach globally, acquiring various confectionery brands like M&M's, Twix, and Dove in the latter half of the 20th century. Today, Mars Chocolate remains one of the world's leading confectionery manufacturers, known for its diverse product portfolio and commitment to quality and innovation in the chocolate industry.