In Soviet Union
Curd snacks appeared in
according to the another version,
curd snacks appeared in Altai in
the XIX-th century.
Curd snacks began producing serially at 50's.
These small curd bars,
covered with a delicious
chocolate, conquered popularity
among children and adults very quickly.
The best years of production of curd
snacks in the Soviet period were in the 70-80's.
They become an integral
part of the
breakfast of many Soviet
were included in the menu of
Hard time of dairy industry became after the collapse of
Soviet Union. Curd snacks practically disappeared from store
shelves at the first half of 90's in Russia. Only Baltic
manufacturers, who were able to retain the best Soviet
tradition of production of curd snacks, saved the lovers of
Russian manufactures of curd snacks began to appear
gradually. Basically produced
three types of curd snacks - with
vanilla, cocoa and coconut.
Since the beginning of
century there was a rapid growth
of the market of curd snacks in
Russia. New manufactures and new
tastes of curd snacks appeared.
Curd snacks were on the waffle,
biscuit and cake, covered with
dark and white chocolate. Almost
every dairy factory was producing curd snacks.
By the end of 00's increased competition among manufacturers
has forced many companies
to reduce the traditional Soviet taste of
curd snack in favor of low prices.
This led to gradual decline in demand
of curd snacks.
However, the decline in interest
in curd snacks as the basis of business the
manufacturers allowed to return the
quality of curd snack. Curd snacks became goods for range,
so manufacturers could add curd snacks with Soviet quality
to the production line (but
the price of
curd snack has
In the next
few years the consumer will choose
what kind of curd snack is the best -
or less quality,
but cheap. From
this choice will depend on future development of curd snacks
Hungary curd snacks
its history since 1954
young specialists Takó
visited Soviet Union.
During the trip
they saw a product
made from cottage
covered with chocolate.
After returning home,
they have prepared the report and published it
in the Dairy Bulletin magazine.
The new product from cottage cheese had mentioned in the
report among other things.
At 60's years in Hungary
began to develop
analog of Soviet curd snack.
Rudi began producing serially in
In New Zealand
Its appearance in New Zealand
curd snacks are required to Arvi and Kardi Crossland.
During their trip to Europe,
they saw the
popular curd bars covered with
chocolate. They had liked curd
snacks and decided to open production of curd snacks inside
their country. They wanted to
acquaint the people of New Zealand with the delicious
cottage cheese delicacy.