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Welch's chocolate covered fudge bar

krinna | Apr 5, 200810:58 AM     29

Does anybody remember Welch's chocolate covered fudge candy bar? It was the best candy bar ever. I used to buy them all the time in the '60's for 25 cents. It was a fudge center with a great fudgy texture covered with chocolate. Sometime around 1967, the candy company put out a so called "improved" candy bar where they made the inside smooth and creamy. It was nowhere as good as the original and then I never saw it again. I heard that Welch's candy got bought out by Nabisco or Nestle but they didn't continue making the candy bar. Does anybody have a reasonable substitute for the fudge bar?

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