Grover Cleveland had a daughter named Ruth who died at age 12. The company that makes the Baby Ruth candy bar claims that she was the inspiration for the name, but that is likely to be an urban legend.
Babe Ruth still has a candy bar named after him For a time there was a Reggie Bar. It was a candy bar named after Reggie Jackson.
The Baby Ruth candy bar is named after President Grover Cleveland's daughter whose name was Babe Ruth . actually it was named after the base ball player. "Babe Ruth"
Babe Ruth! (yummy)
There was, briefly, a candy bar named the "Reggie Bar" named after Reggie Jackson. The Baby Ruth was NOT named after Babe Ruth.
For a brief period there was a candy bar named a "Reggie" after Reggie Jackson. The Baby Ruth was not named after Babe Ruth.
The candy bar is a Baby Ruth and its name has nothing to do with Babe Ruth. They are made in Chicago and was named for Ruth Cleveland, daughter of President Cleveland.
Babe RuthAnswer:There is no candy bar named after Babe Ruth. The official story is that the "Baby Ruth" is named after Grover Cleveland's daughter Ruth.However, like all good stories, alternate suggestions exist exist:The bar is (unofficially) tied to Babe Ruth the famous ballplayer. The bar first appeared in 1921, as Babe Ruth came to the public's attention but the company failed to negotiate an endorsement deal with Ruth.The bar wasn't named after Ruth Cleveland as her father was out of office and she was 17 years dead when it was released.The candy bar was named after the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Williamson, candy makers who developed candy recipe
Allegedly the Baby Ruth candy bar was named after President Grover Cleveland's daughter Ruth Cleveland . It is , however , more likely that the candy bar was named after the famous baseball player Babe Ruth in order to promote the candy bar's popularity .
Baby Ruth? I think! The candy bar company insisted that babe Ruth was named after grover Cleveland daughter Ruth soo the answer to your question would be Ruth Cleveland..=]
The story goes that the Curtiss Candy Co. named the candy bar after President Grover Cleveland's daughter Ruth, who was born in 1891 and died in 1904. But it is believed that the company cashed in on Babe Ruth's popularity when the Baby Ruth bar was marketed in 1921.