Why on earth would anyone change the recipe for a product (Butterfinger) that has worked for almost 100 years? Did they miss the “New Coke” story in business school? 
il y a 2 ans

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I initially assumed it was legal reasons, like Nestle had sold the name rights to Ferrero but not the formula. But it turns out that Ferrero was going on the all-natural trend of removing all artificial flavors from the bar, plus they two brands make chocolate entirely different. All I can say is that Ferrero did to the Butterfinger what Disney did to Marvel Comics & Star Wars.
il y a 7 mois
Not sure why but it’s definitely different
il y a 9 mois
I knew something was off. I used to love them now I can't stand it!!!! Thought it was just me.
il y a 9 mois
I still recall how mad I was when they changed the Kraft buttermint recipe
il y a 9 mois
What did I miss?? Is it changing, I assume?!?
il y a 9 mois
They must have.
il y a 9 mois
I really don't know all I know is if it ain't broke dont fixed it
il y a 9 mois