Are your favorite candy bars going away?

Nestle has announced it’s considering selling it’s American candy brands which include some candy aisle and movie theater favorites like: Butterfinger, Crunch Bars, Baby Ruth, 100 Grand, Gobstoppers and Raisinets.  But don’t go pillage your local grocery store check out yet.  If the sale, which Nestle said they hope to have a deal in place by the end of 2017, goes through the candy could come back under a different name and label.

So, why the change? Nestle says America is more interested in healthy snacks and the candy business is feeling it.  Would you miss these classic candy bars?  What is your favorite sweet treat?

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