Drops (in French Dragée [dʀaʒe]) are rounded confectionary products, covered with a single or multiple layers of coating. Their cores are nuts, as well as dried fruit, chocolate or dried berries. Drops are not only delicious but also useful as a snack.
Marmalade (from French “marmelade”) is a culinary product made of fruit, coated with a thin layer of sugar. In English-speaking countries the word marmalade means only citrus jam, though today it is possible to find even vegetable marmalade.
In English-speaking countries snacks generally refer to light food products designed for a bite between meals. However, despite the wide scope of meanings of this concept the most popular choice in this category is peanuts.