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A type of dark-chocolate wafer, with a mint filling, launched by Rowntree in 1962, as a 'prestigious' after-dinner mint.
Rowntree is now owned by Nestle, and in 1998 introduced white-chocolate After Eights. About 1.3 billion individual chocolates are made in Britain each year.
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