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Nestle axes low sugar chocolate due to weak sales

Nestle axes low sugar chocolate due to weak sales

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  1. Of course the sales were weak.

    Everywhere you turn you can find an ad for Milo, usually portraying young athletes.

    But who ever heard of “Milkybar Wowsomes”?

  2. 75% of the sugar of a regular candy bar is not “low sugar.”

  3. I guess nestle (and Hershey) already have to much of a reputation of being cheap children’s candy, especially when they heavily cut back on using chocolate in their chocolate. They should have marketed the product under a more independently labeled spin off brand like they do other lines like Cailler.

  4. Maybe its time we axe Nestle!

  5. I don’t think people who buy chocolate care that it has sugar.

    This is the first time I had seen anything about low sugar chocolate, but it sounds low calorie in the same way that an upsized jumbo meal with a diet coke is low calorie.

  6. This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original](https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-51439407) reduced by 72%. (I’m a bot)
    > The bars used what Nestle described as "Hollow" sugar crystals to cut the amount of sugar by almost a third.

    > Nestle's Milkybar Wowsomes was the first product to use technology developed by the company that creates sugar with a more porous structure, which it likened to hollowing out the sugar crystals.

    > "At the time of the launch Stefano Agostini, Nestle's chief executive for UK and Ireland, said:"A new product like Milkybar Wowsomes introduces greater choice and allows parents to treat their children with chocolate that tastes great but has less sugar.

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  7. Half of there products aren’t real anyway

  8. They shouldn’t have sold Butterfinger to Ferrero who proceeded to completely mess it up.

  9. I had my first sugar free chocolate bar a few days ago, as my sister living in Colorado sent me a gift package. It was the single most bitter, awful piece of chocolate imaginable. I’m sure the thing was expensive too, judging by the wrapper. Judging purely by taste, .5/10

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