Top 10 Discontinued Food Items We Miss

Here’s a list of the Top 10 Discontinued Food Items We Miss! Many food products have come and gone over the years. In this list, we countdown the top 10 food items we wish would be brought back!
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It’s a sad day when you learn that one of your favorite food products has been discontinued. There will always be attempts made to replicate food items that are no longer being produced, from DIY recipes to other companies marketing a similar product under a different name, but none of them ever quite live up to the original. Prepare for a trip down memory lane as we delve into the top 10 favorite discontinued food items that we miss.

This list of Top 10 Discontinued Food Items We Miss are so delicious. There were so many foods that went big in the market and sadly they were discontinued for many reasons but we miss them dearly. So here is the list of the Top 10 Discontinued Food Items we wish were still around.

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0:24 Oreo O’s
1:29 Surge
2:32 Crystal Pepsi
3:46 Rice Krispies Treats Cereal
4:47 Planter’s PB Crisps
5:57 Butterfinger BB’s
6:58 Hi-C Ecto Cooler
8:03 Doritos 3D
9:13 French Toast Crunch
10:08 Dunkaroos

– Oreo O’s is a breakfast cereal made by Post Cereals which consists of Oreo-flavored O-shaped pieces of cereal. As of 2001 the cereal got a new recipe with real creme filling. A variation of Oreo O’s called Extreme Creme Taste Oreo O’s contained Oreo filling-flavored marshmallows.
– Surge is a citrus flavored soft drink first produced in the 1990s by The Coca-Cola Company to compete with Pepsi’s Mountain Dew. Surge was advertised as having a more edge, much like Mountain Dew’s advertising at the time, in an attempt to lure customers away from Pepsi.
– Crystal Pepsi is a soft drink made by PepsiCo. It was first sold in Europe in the early 1990s. The United States and Canada received it from 1992 to 1994, with brief rereleases throughout the mid-2010s. It was briefly sold in the UK and Australia.
– Rice Krispies Treats Cereal is a source of 10 essential vitamins and minerals. It contains toasted rice clusters with marshmallow coating.
– Planter’s is famous for Mr. Peanut, arguably the classiest of the food mascots, with his only rival being the DeMet’s Turtles’ mascot.
– Butterfinger BB’s were little round pieces of Butterfinger. They were a type of food. They were discontinued by 2006, before eventually returning in 2009 as “Butterfinger Mini Bites”.
– Ecto Cooler was a product tie-in with the cartoon series The Real Ghostbusters, based on the 1984 live-action film, Ghostbusters. It was a rebranded version of an earlier drink from Hi-C called Citrus Cooler, which had been on shelves as early as 1965 and continued to be sold until the rebranding to Ecto Cooler.
– Doritos 3D was a line of puffed Doritos introduced in the 1990s and discontinued in the mid-2000s. These now discontinued snacks have been described as “Doritos-meets-Bugles”
– French Toast Crunch is a breakfast cereal launched in 1995 naturally flavored to taste like French toast, by the General Mills company.
– Dunk-a-Roos are a snack food from Betty Crocker, first launched in 1990. It consists of a snack-sized package containing cookies and icing; the cookies are meant to be dunked into the icing before eating. Individual snack packages contain about ten small cookies and one cubic inch of icing.

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