10 Discontinued Groceries
1.Jiffy Pop Popcorn
Jiffy Pop has been the reigning snack of choice for families all over the country. While it's not technically discontinued, it can only be found in a handful of stores or online.
it were created in the 1800s and sold as part of era of penny candies. The banana marshmallow creations are hard to find in stores now but can still be found at classic candy stores.
3.Moon Pie Crunch
Classic Moon Pies got an upgrade in the 2000s with Moon Pie Crunch. The new treat came in two varieties: peanut butter and mint.
In 1979, Nesquik introduced a new riff on the classic chocolate powder with vanilla. Vanilla Nesquik took over grocery store shelves, standing alongside chocolate, strawberry.
5.Cröonchy Stars Cereal
If you were ever a fan of The Muppets, this cereal was probably in your pantry. The sugary cereal had an image of the Swedish Chef from The Muppet Show on the front.
If you ever drank grape soda at your grandparents' house, odds are it was probably Nehi Grape. The caffeine-free soda has been off grocery store shelves for years.
7.Jell-O Pudding Pops
Pudding pops were the best afternoon snack after playing outside with friends. The ice pops were eventually discontinued after sales did not meet expectations.
8.Keebler Magic Middles
Anything with the word "magic" in it has to be good, right? These soft cookies were filled with chocolate or peanut butter.
The Reggie! Bar was named after New York Yankees right fielder Reggie Jackson. The bar was filled with peanuts and caramel then covered in milk chocolate.
It was always a great day at school when you found a Kudos granola bar in your lunch box.bars were topped with chocolate, so they were more like a sweet treat than a healthy granola bar.
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