Baby Ruth: New innovations make the iconic chocolate bar even better---NOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I BEG TO DIFFER AND I PROTEST! This week, much to my dismay, I ate a snack sized Baby Ruth bar that someone in our office purchased for the staff to snack on.
I've been eating these things since I was a child, a huge bar costing only 5 cents in the early 60's! As I was eating it, I thought to myself, self, this isn't my day's Baby Ruth, its too sweet and the nougat is different, its like fake news, its a fake Baby Ruth!!!! Maybe it came from China or Covid 19 infected it?
I even complained to one of my coworkers that the Baby Ruth didn't taste right. Unfortunately she's generation Z or something like that and didn't know what a Baby Ruth was, nor could she remind me of the name of its sister star, which I figured out on my own, the Butterfinger candy bar, my other most favorite, but second only to Baby Ruth candy bar.
Well, I googled Baby Ruth to see if its recipe had changed. And sure enough, I found this pro-change article I post below! Nestle, which is a Swiss Company, sold out its candy division to an Italian company, Ferraro. I knew they had changed the recipe for the Butterfinger, which isn't bad, but not as good as it use to be. But the Baby Ruth I have no desire to eat again. The change has ruined it for me!