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Butterfinger Ice Cream
Butterfinger ice cream
is a name of candy ice
cream bar made by the company Nestlé.
It has firm, orange-colored center that normally tastes like
peanut butter and crumbles when eaten, surrounded by a fresh
chocolate coating. It is similar to the Australian Violet
Crumble candy bar.
cream was invented by the Curtiss Candy Company
of the city Chicago in 1923. The company had held a public
contest to choose the name of the candy bar. The
name is a slang term used to describe the clumsy person, often
in sporting events to describe an athlete who can't hold onto
a ball. As an early publicity stunt and marketing ploy, the
company dropped Butterfinger and also Baby Ruth candy bars
from airplanes in cities across the United States which helped
increase its popularity.
One of the slogans currently
used by them to advertise the candy bar is "Break out
of the ordinary". Prior to that, Bart Simpson and also
other characters from The Simpson’s appeared in numerous
advertisements for this product from 1990 until 2001, with
the slogan "Nobody better laid a finger on my Butterfinger".
Butterfinger was withdrawn
from German shops due to a consumer rejection when it was
one of the first products which was labeled as containing
genetically modified ingredients (from corn).
In the year 2004, a variant
of Butterfinger, known as Butterfinger Crisp has appeared
in the North American market. It is also consists of reguslar
Butterfinger with a wafer center section.. It has a firm,
ice cream center that tastes like peanut
butter and crumbles when eaten, surrounded by the chocolate
coating with crispety-crunchety peanut-buttery Butterfinger