Willy Wonka began making Wonka Bars when he opened his first shop on Cherry Street. They became very popular, and he soon moved from his small store to a large chocolate factory, where he could mass produce his chocolate bars. He had four flavors of bars which are the original Fudgemallow Delight, Chilly Chocolate Creme, Triple Dazzle Caramel, and Nutty Crunch Surprise. Sometime after Mr. Wonka got his factory running again, he made a special contest, with five Golden Tickets hidden inside five ordinary Wonka Bars the kids that won the tickets and these winner's parent's won a trip to the factory, guided by Willy Wonka himself. The five tickets were found by Augustus Gloop, Violet Beauregarde, Veruca Salt, Mike Teavee, and Charlie Bucket. Augustus Gloop was seen eating a Wonka bar during the tour but dropped it in the Chocolate Room and stepped on it. It is unknown if it was still in the Chocolate Room or was picked up and its possible flavor might be Whipple Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight or Nutty Crunch Surprise. In the Television Room, Mr. Wonka showed his new invention, Television Chocolate, where he transported a giant Wonka Bar into a television, where it could be pulled out and eaten but we still have to tear the wrapper off to eat this bar.
Nestle company created real life Wonka bars which were completely different than the movie.