The ZERO candy bar , introduced in 1920, is a candy bar composed of a combination of caramel, peanut and almond nougat covered with a layer of white fudge (a.k.a. white chocolate fudge). Its outwardly white color, an unusual color for a candy bar , has become its trademark.
The Hollywood Candy Company got its start, not in the famous California city, but in Hollywood, Minnesota in 1912. Originally introduced as the Double Zero bar, the name was changed to Zero in 1934. Today, Zeros are made by Hershey. Other famous candy bars invented by Hollywood are Milk Shake, Pay Day and 747 bar. Only the Pay Day is still being made.