12 Discontinued Groceries


The bars were topped with candy and chocolate, so they were more like a sweet treat than a healthy granola bar

Creme Savers

Creme Savers were the ultimate hard candies, and they could always be found in the glass candy jar at your grandparents' house

Dannon Sprinkl'ins

Dannon Sprinkl'ins were a way to get more kids interested in eating the healthy-ish snack


The drinks were brightly colored and had fun names like Chucklin' Cherry. Sadly, they were discontinued in 2007 and haven't been seen since then

Planters PB Crisps

Planters PB Crisps that time was in 1995. The PB Crisps had a graham cracker shell with creamy peanut butter in the center.

Apple Newtons

This apple snack was discontinued when Nabisco added more flavors like raspberry and strawberry to the lineup.

Black Cherry Vanilla Coke

Black Cherry Vanilla Coke was good. The flavor lasted for just a little over a year, from 2006 to 2007. We wish we could still find this in the soda aisle.


Dunkaroos were the quintessential '90s snack. The tiny pack contained cookies and a big glob of icing with sprinkles

Surge Soda

Surge soda was the original soda-energy drink combo. The soda was banned in most schools for being filled

Triple Power Push Pop

Push Pops were always a go-to for kids. The idea of saving part of the lollipop for later and closing it with a lid was ingenious

Skippy Squeeze Stix

If you ever thought about eating peanut butter out of the jar, then you probably begged for Skippy Squeeze Stix

Hershey's Swoops

Chocolate that looked like chips were a real treat in every kid's lunch box Hershey's Swoops came in a few varieties, including Reese's, Almond Joy, and York

Bar None

Bar None was made by Hershey's in 1987. The candy bar featured cocoa wafers, chocolate crème, peanuts, and a milk chocolate coating.

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