I'm an American, how can I get my hands on British chocolate?

LadyMint

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I prefer getting my candy internationally (it just plain tastes better), so I shop at the World Market (http://www.worldmarket.com/) whenever I get a chance. They have stores all over the U.S. and you can order some things from their website if there's no store near you. Also if you would like some good U.S. candy then I highly recommend https://nuts.com/. I was pleasantly surprised to find this website affiliated with snackfoods and not something else it could have been affiliated with.
 

Bizzaro Stormy

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You have to look but sometimes there are English stores around stuck in unexpected places. Good for finding chocolate, Jelly Babies, Irn Bru and the like. It's a bit of a pain to get them but every once in a while it's worth the adventure of the trip. I've enjoyed various types of chocolate but I can't personally claim that the various foreign chocolates are better or worse than American. The only way to fairly judge would be to try as many different types as possible and devote several decades to careful study and note taking. It might take more than a lifetime to accomplish but I'd be up for the challenge!