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1923–1932 1932–1934 1934–1936 1936–1950 1950–1952 1952–1964 1964–1968
1923–1932 1932–1934 1934–1936 1936–1950 1950–1952 1952–1964 1964–1968
1968–1975 1975–1983 1983–1998, 1994–1998 (Canada) 1998–2018, 1998–2004 (Canada) 2004–present (Canada), 2018–present (Russia) 2018–2019 (United States) 2019–present (United States)
1968–1975 1975–1983 1983–1998, 1994–1998 (Canada) 1998–2018, 1998–2004 (Canada) 2004–present (Canada), 2018–present (Russia) 2018–2019 (United States) 2019–present (United States)

1923–1932

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1932–1934

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1934–1936

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1936–1950

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1950–1952

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1952–1964

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1964–1968

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1968–1975

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1975–1983

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1983–1998, 1994–1998 (Canada)

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This packaging was rolled out in the US in June 1983 and was used in Canada from April 1994 To 1998.

1998–2018, 1998–2004 (Canada)

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2004–present (Canada), 2018–present (Russia)

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The Canadian Butterfinger brand received a makeover in 2004. This look was then adopted in June 2018 in Russia.

2018–2019 (United States)

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2019–present (United States)

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Following Ferrero's acquisition to Nestlé Chocolate & Confectionery in the US (in 2018), most of its brands sold in the United States are now made by the Ferrara Candy Company, a subsidiary of Ferrero, and has stopped using the Nestlé name starting around early-mid 2019. Butterfinger debuted a new logo to commemorate the new "and better" recipe under Ferrara's control.