Our Picks: 10 Discountinued Candies That Need To Make A Comeback
There are those snacks and candies that we've grown up eating that are nearly impossible to find now, and let's be honest; we miss some of them.
You know that disappointing feeling where the candy you love becomes harder to find? There may be one shop around that still holds you down, but in your heart, you know it's only a matter of time till your fave is no longer available there too.
Cut to years later and you still think about your beloved candy and how they just don't make it like that anymore. We know the feeling so we've compiled a list of discontinued candies we'd love to have again.
Magic Burst Pop Tarts
The nostalgia's hitting different, isn't it? Magic Burst Pop-Tarts were discontinued by Kellog's a few years ago, and we miss them.
Kinder Surprise Eggs
Kinder Surprise eggs are illegal in the United States because they present a choking hazard. However, they're still available in some other parts of the world.
It was a short run, but if you got to taste one of these, who could forget it. Cookies and cream is already a widely popular flavor, covered in a layer of chocolate? Yum.
Altoid Sours were introduced in 2004 and didn't make it past 2010. The sweets were "curiously sour" and came in five different flavors.
Berries And Creme Starburst
This viral candy may not have been the most popular, but the advert was hugely successful. Though the cookies and creme flavor appear to be discontinued, there are still other Starburst candies available.
Hershey's Kissables were introduced in 2005 and had their run till 2009. They were originally made with milk chocolate but later changed. In the subsequent two years, the candy was discontinued.
Life Saver Holes
Life Saver hole were pretty much regular Life Savers without the holes. They didn't stick around for all to long having been recalled for being a safety hazard. Shortly after returning, they disapppered again, for good.
Here's another nostalgic goodie from Kelloggs. "Yogos, Yogos, Yogos!" Oh to have these readily available in stores would be a dream.
Real ones remember these right here. With their chewy, filled centers, these little orange and strawberry bits will forever live in our memories.
Nostalgia is here to grip you by the tastebuds. Butterfinger BB's were introduced in the '90s and are another one of those snackable we sourly miss.