Heinz Tomato Ketchup is a brand of ketchup produced by the H. J. Heinz Company (now Kraft-Heinz).
Twix is a chocolate bar made by Mars, Inc., consisting of a biscuit (“cookie” in North America) applied with other confectionery toppings and coatings (most frequently caramel and milk chocolate).
Sour Patch Kids (known as Very Bad Kids in France, and as Maynards Sour Patch Kids in the UK and Canada) are a soft candy with a coating of invert sugar and sour sugar (a combination of citric acid, tartaric acid and sugar).
M&M’s are “colorful button-shaped chocolates”, each of which has the letter “m” printed in lower case on one side, consisting of a candy shell surrounding a filling which varies depending upon the variety of M&M’s.
The company was founded in 1945 by Charles Brook, and the name arose because of an error in a photo-processing shop; instead of writing “C. Brook” on a film, a clerk wrote “Seabrook”.
Sun Chips is a brand of fried, rippled, multigrain chips launched in 1991 and produced by Frito-Lay.
Hula Hoops are a snack food made out of potatoes that are sold in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland as well as South Africa, in the shape of short, hollow cylinders. They were first introduced in 1973.
Quavers are a British snack food, originally made by Smiths, and now produced by Walkers. Walkers, owned by PepsiCo, purchased the Quavers brand in 1997, when it became one of the Frito Lay International brand names.
Funyuns is the brand name of an onion-flavored corn snack introduced in the United States in 1969, and invented by Frito-Lay employee George Bigner. Funyuns consist primarily of cornmeal, ring-shaped using an extrusion process, representing the shape and texture of fried onion rings.