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Hard Times Cause This Candy in the UK and Ireland to Drop Half of Its Name

While the United States, Japan, Canada, and Australia have all been notching some sweet sweet wins lately, the UK and Ireland are taking a big loss this week. For over 100 years, Nestle has sold chocolate candy called Walnut Whip across the pond — it used to be chocolate with a walnut at the center and a […] This story was originally published at Hard Times Cause This Candy in the UK
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