These food and drink items could once be found across the country. Now they're nothing but a memory. Which of these do you miss most?
Jalapeno Cheese Goldfish
The spicy alternative to the cheddar flavor, Jalapeno Cheese Goldfish were a limited run by Pepperidge Farms. Despite tasting amazing, Pepperidge Farms decided that no one should be able to enjoy them ever again.
Cookies ‘n Cream Twix Bars
Twix introduced this variation of its popular cookie and caramel snack in 1990. Even with a large following, Cookies 'n Cream Twix were sadly discontinued the following year. You can find a few petitions to bring them back online. Sign them an bring this candy bar back!!!
Jell-O Pudding Pops
Pudding Pops were a popsicle treat advertised and made famous by Bill Cosby. The popsicles disappeared off shelves in the early '90s, only to be re-branded years later, but never being the same.
BB's were small candy balls that tasted like a hybrid of Whoppers and Butterfingers. Unfortunately, Bart Simpson couldn't even save them, as they were discontinued in 2006.
These cheesy pyramids of tastiness debuted in the early 2000s, and despite having sharp corners that were prone to cut the roof of your mouth, we still loved them. Unfortunately, the execs at Frito-Lay did not, and 3D Doritos were discontinued after a few short years.
Altoids Sours were the alternative to the strong minty flavor of the original. Only lasting a few short years on the shelves, the Sours were unfortunately discontinued in 2010. Long live Tangerine Sour!
Cinnamon Tic Tacs
Despite this being one of the brand's most popular flavors, executives with the Ferrero company said Tic Tack "NO" to cinnamon in 2009. There now exists a website dedicated to trying to bring this flavor back immediately. We urge you to take the cinnamon challenge and join the protest!
Pepsi introduced this fruity flavored soda in 2002. The bright blue color and cotton candy taste attracted customers, but Blue lasted two years on the market, before it was pulled for good.
Nestle Wonder Ball
Who didn't beg their parents for one of these. The Wonder Ball was a spherical chocolate ball that included a toy inside. That's right, candy and a toy in one! Nestle did decide to stop production in 1997 after some children choked on the toys.
Oreo O’s Cereal
The cookie-themed cereal was introduced in 1997. Just 10 years later, it was nowhere to be found in the U.S. True fans who want the cereal can still get it, but only if they move to South Korea, which is the one of the few countries that still sells it.
Gatorgum was introduced in late '70s and came in lemon-lime and orange flavors. Sold primarily in sports stores, we always convinced our mom to buy some, so we had that extra edge during phys ed. Sadly, it was discontinued in the early 2000s.
Planters Cheez Balls
The easy-to-eat Cheez Balls had the artificial cheese flavor that we all loved. Even though Planters discontinued them in 2006, they left a permanent stain on our fingers, as well as our hearts.
In 2003, Sprite launched the brand Remix, to take advantage of the DJ trend during that time. Even with terrible names like Aruba Jam and Berryclear, this stuff was amazing. Sprite felt the need to discontinue the brand in 2005, leaving us alone and thirsty on the dance floor of life.
Ben and Jerry’s Tennessee Mud Ice Cream
Tennessee Mud was a combination of Jack Daniel's and coffee flavors, that should be enough to keep this flavor alive. Although it only lasted one year, Tennessee Mud fans are trying to convince Ben and Jerry's to bring it back.
Orbitz Soft Drink
Orbitz caught people's attention with the space-themed bottle and the floating balls. Who cares that the balls never sank and they tasted horrible, this drink was the coolest. Sadly, the fruity, lava-lamp looking beverage only lasted a few years after its introduction in 1994.