In 1997, Nestle discontinued the manufacturing of the Wonder Ball after it posed as a choking hazard. The Wonder Ball was a spherical thin shell of chocolate that included a small toy inside. Nestle insisted the product ... More »

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As of 2015, Nestle has discontinued its Choco Bake pre-melted unsweetened chocolate flavor; the product is not available for purchase online. Substitutes for one package of Nestle Choco Bake include 1 ounce of unsweetene... More »

Customers can use the promotional codes inside Butterfinger wrappers toward current Butterfinger or Nestle promotions. The company prints codes even when there are no live promotional activities, and customers can save t... More »

Nestlé brand candy bars include Aero, Butterfinger, Crunch, KitKat, Smarties, and Wonka brand candies as of 2015. Nestlé is also known for its Toll House brand of chocolate chips. More »

Nestle's global website is located at Nestle.com. The website for Nestle's American company, Nestle USA, is at NestleUSA.com. The company features websites for countries on the continents of Europe, Africa, Asia and Sout... More »

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Butterfinger, Nestle Crunch, and Boost are Nestle products. Butterfinger is a candy bar characterized by a flaky peanut butter-flavored center covered by compound chocolate. Nestle Crunch is a milk chocolate candy bar wi... More »

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To purchase a stock such as Nestle in the United States, open a brokerage account with a firm such as TD Ameritrade, Scottrade or Fidelity, deposit funds in the account and place your order, explains The Motley Fool. Nes... More »