Video Talks About Candies That Have Been Discontinued Over The Last Century

Candies That Have Been Discontinued Over The Last Century

Who doesn’t have a sweet tooth for candy? Whether you prefer fruity or chocolatey, chewy or crunchy, there is a vast array of candies that cater to everyone’s taste buds. It’s safe to say that indulging in your favorite candy can bring back fond memories of childhood, as well as provide comfort during stressful times.

The nostalgia associated with candy is precisely why Rhetty for History, a listmaker focused on recalling the past, recently compiled a fascinating list of discontinued candies and candy bars over the last century. It’s a bittersweet reminder of the ones we used to love but can’t find anymore.

While some candy brands have stood the test of time and are still beloved today, such as Hershey’s Milk Chocolate and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, others have faded into obscurity. Who remembers the Marathon bar, a braided caramel and chocolate bar that was all the rage in the 1970s and 1980s but disappeared in the early 1990s? Or what about the Reggie Bar, a chocolate bar named after the legendary baseball player Reggie Jackson, which had a brief run in the 1970s and 1980s before being discontinued?

The list goes on, including other nostalgic favorites such as Hershey’s S’mores, PB Max, Nestle Alpine White, Seven Up, Bonkers, Rally, and even the perplexing Chicken Dinner candy bar. Watching the video that accompanies the list is like taking a trip down memory lane and reliving the excitement of biting into these long-gone candies.

It’s a lot of fun to reminisce about the candies we used to enjoy, and the discontinued ones are no exception. Although some may have been forgotten, others still hold a special place in the hearts of those who enjoyed them during their heyday. Who knows, maybe someday one of these discontinued candies will make a comeback and bring back the nostalgia of yesteryear.

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