Why are they Called Cow Tales?

Why are they Called Cow Tales?

Goetze's Candy Company first created Caramel Cow Tales in 1984. They're prepared with the same family recipe as Goetze's Caramel Creams (also known as "Bulls-Eyes"). Cow Tales was named after "Bulls-Eyes," continuing the cow motif used to emphasise Goetze's commitment to using high-quality ingredients, such as genuine milk.

To avoid being taken literally, Goetze's chose the word "Tales" instead of "Tails." Because this brand is a lighter and more joyful version of Goetze's Caramel Creams, it alludes to fanciful and nostalgic children's stories. A cow leaping over the moon was also included, as a homage to the nursery song "Hey Diddle Diddle."

In 2016, a new face and mascot of Cow Tales was introduced, Duke the Cow! 

Cow Tales are caramel-filled candy snack sticks that aren't produced from genuine cow tails. Cow Tales Original Caramel are available in a 1 oz. stick size as well as Cow Tales Minis.