being I don't feel like answering this seriously...
Milk Duds are a caramel candy, historically enrobed with milk chocolate and currently enrobed with a confectionery coating made from cocoa and vegetable oil. They are currently manufactured by Cadbury. Milk Duds are currently merchandised in a yellow box.
Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz) Energy 1,823 kJ (436 kcal) Carbohydrates 71.8 g - Sugars 51.3 g - Dietary fibre 0 g Fat 15.4 g - saturated 9 g - trans 0 g Protein 2.6 g
and a bunch more nutrition facts nobody really wants to see cause you can't eat it unless you have it then it's on the package!
According to the manufacturer, the word "Milk" in the name refers to the large amount of milk in the product; the use of "dud" came about because the original aim of having a perfectly round piece was found to be impossible. Milk Duds were first created in 1926 by S. le Noble.
Milk Duds have a urprisingly boring history, what
your so mean for not supplying more info on Milk Duds :'(