Originally, they came on the market as "Lik-M-Aid" in the 1940s. Today, there’s a Starburst range that includes Jellybeans, Minis and Gummibursts. They also came in all kinds of flavors, usually in dual combinations such as strawberry and vanilla, strawberry and berry, strawberry and punch, and pretty much strawberry and any other flavor. Yogurt in a tube that’s squeezed out and slurped up sounds like a potentially noisy way to eat yogurt but was honestly pretty effective. In 2008, a Mintel report stated that 16% of Americans preferred organic chocolate brands to non-organic; in the 25-34 age group that percentage was 25%. Looking for a particular Uncrustables product? A popular treat in the late 1970s Ring Pops, the jeweled-shaped candy rings from Topps, were so big they made your hand ache. Some consolation is that the 1986 Choco-Bliss commercial is on YouTube. Pringles were first sold from 1967 as Pringles Newfangled Potato Chips but it was from 1975, when they were widely distributed, that the brand really took off. The cupcake trend was more of an explosion than a steady rise. Fruit Gushers were both entertaining and delicious when they came out in the ’90s. Sandwich Cutter and Sealer for Kids, 3-1/2-Inch DIY Uncrustables Round Sandwich Maker, Stainless Steel Cut and Seal, Sandwich Press for Kid’s Lunch Box and Bento Box(1 Pack) 4.1 out of 5 stars 142. The mid-1990s snack food P.B. Introduced in the 1970s, McDonald’s Onion Nuggets were replaced by their Chicken McNuggets, leaving lots of customers protesting that there is more than enough room on the menu for two types of nuggets. Known as Tubes in Canada and Frubes in the UK, Go-Gurt – tubes of yogurt squeezed into the mouth – was an innovative invention that has spawned countless copies. Where Gen Z had Reese’s for breakfast, millennials grew up with cookies for breakfast. Twistable whipping various fruit recruits into shape at “Fruit Camp” so they could become Fruit Twistables, too. Pizzarias, bite-sized pizza-flavored chips, were popular in the '80s but discontinued in the '90s. They’re still available and come in original and flamin’ hot. The most common gimmick had children tasting one of the gushers and having their heads morph and contort into the shape of whatever flavor they were eating. Commercials showed kids doing all sorts of crazy things like playing jump rope or using the Nerds rope to rollerblade together. The candy proved popular during the time it lasted, though this was more from the tedium required to eat the powder and for its unique method of consumption. The product has since been discontinued and is no longer available for purchase, though Gen Z will get a kick out of the numerous “Fruit Camp” commercials that are still found on YouTube. Introduced in the early 1950s, Eggo frozen waffles became a staple in American households – most children of the 1960s and 1970s will remember the slogan ‘L’eggo my Eggo’. "The devastation is palpable," wrote Elle. Yes, it was a ridiculous way to listen to music, but in the early Noughties, it was also extremely cool to have a bunch of cartridges clipped to your keychain. Educated guesses are noted. We kindly suggest contacting your local retailer to see if they have the product in stock before making a special trip. 2 dollars and 98 cents $2.98. The pack also came with a sugary drink and a dessert of candy, chocolate or – more recently – a healthier option of yogurt. After the first Game Boy was released in Japan in April 1989 (it was unleashed in the U.S. a few months later), the world of gaming was never the same again. Created by Mike Bowling and sold by toy truck brand Tonka, they came in a range of colors and even had their own wardrobes and feline friends, if cats with sad faces were more your thing. Known for a big celebrity marketing campaign that featured Katy Perry and Ashton Kutcher, Popchips are made in a similar way to puffed rice cakes, which makes them lighter and lower in calories, fat and saturated fat than conventional potato chips. The "original" minibus was produced in Brazil until 2013, when new legislation required all vehicles to be fitted with airbags and antilock brakes. Milk N’ Cereal bars were definitely a product of that need and satisfied the breakfast cereal cravings of kids heading out the door before they were fully dressed. My 2 year old only eats BBQ chips, Double Stuffed Oreos, Cheettos and before they were discontinued he would eat those Grilled Cheese Uncrustables. It was a mini plastic toilet with colorful powder in the toilet bowl. But fans were still distraught. Discover more strange limited-edition versions of your favorite foods here. Serving size. Nabisco Swiss Cheese Crackers were heaven for those who liked their Swiss cheese in salty, cracker form. The good news is that you can pick up original Pound Puppies on eBay at inflated prices. It’s currently available for sale on eBay, and you also can buy an empty "collectible" bottle for $49. Popular with children, which made it a mainstay of lunchboxes everywhere, it came in crazily-named flavors such as Silly Billy Strawberry and Chucklin’ Cherry. 07/20/2020. The cereal is still around and still very much popular, although not as much as when it was first released and before the recent anti-sugar campaigns. You can still get Benefit Sun Beam and High Beam highlighters at selected outlets, but that’s no consolation if Moon Beam was your go-to for subtle bronze illumination. First of all, Clackers are still around, but not as kids of the 1960s and 1970s remember them. Peanut Butter and Grape Jelly . And although the Nintendo DS followed in 2004, those 8-bit Game Boy graphics are unbeatable in terms of retro appeal. £18.78 (£9.39/kg) Free postage. ... Sweet and smooth honey spread meets rich and nutty Smucker’s® Peanut Butter in this tasty twist on our crustless whole-wheat sandwich. Try them for yourself with this easy recipe. Please click on each retailer to see that retailer's price for this product. It makes you wonder how many naïve kids found out the hard way that the real thing doesn’t quite taste the same. But they failed to set the world alight and were discontinued in 2009 due to lack of sales.