UK: Nestlé's Yorkie leaves Liverpool after complaint over men-only marketing
In this age of political correctness, chocolate giant Nestlé Rowntree must have anticipated some public aversion to its latest advertising campaign for the chunky chocolate bar Yorkie. The bar has always been marketed with men in mind, and was associated for years with male truckers, but the latest relaunch is far more blatant in that the bar is "not for girls"; a risky stance in itself given the fact that women make up the majority of chocolate eaters in the country.
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