KABUL, AFGHANISTAN - OCTOBER 29: An Afghan merchant takes a bite of a Pop-Tart outside his shop at the Bush Bazaar October 29, 2006 in Kabul, Afghanistan. The small black market named after U.S. President George W. Bush is flooded with cheap American goods coming from military surplus as well as some stolen goods. Non-Islamic foods, such as Aunt Jemima Maple Syrup and industrial-size tubs of protein powder, Gatorade, Campbells soups and nacho-cheese pretzels line the shelves. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

A Twitter user suggested that since you can put ranch on anything, why not in a Pop-Tart? The post came complete with a mock-up design of what a Hidden Valley Ranch Pop-Tart box would look like. Hidden Valley Ranch was in favor of the move tweeting,

“Hey @PopTartsUS – let’s have some fun and give the people what they want.” Pop-Tarts replied, “lol, No.” When another person tweeted at Pop-Tarts to “make it happen, Pop-Tarts replied, “Delete Your Account.” Just to be clear, these are not real. They won’t be showing up in a grocery store at all.

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