Discontinued Candy Therapy Blog

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014 by Jonah Half

clipart-crying-smiley-emoticon-512x512-0f4f copyIf you have reached this page, chances are, you searched for a candy that has been discontinued…

Discovering that a favorite candy is being discontinued is akin to loosing someone close to you.   You’ve shared lots of very special memories that will always be cherished.   It has comforted you in times of need, or helped celebrate a special occasion.  At CandyFavorites.com, we feel your pain and would like to assist in your candy therapy.

It is never easy to let go, but we hope that by sharing your memories on our blog, you can memorialize that sweet treat with the respect it deserves.  Many candy manufacturers read our site, so there is a possibility of resurrecting your lost candy if enough comments are generated .

Since our company was founded in 1927, many of your favorite sweets have come and gone through our doors and we have provided a list of them here.  Please let us know if we have missed any and share your special memories with friends who understand.

You can reminisce about past candies, or click here to shop the thousands of candies we do have.

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10 Responses to “Discontinued Candy Therapy Blog”

  1. Emily says:

    I can’t help but think of those delicious little mint humbugs that my grandmother always gave me. I remember them so well from my childhood. They were a brown and white striped hard minty candy on the outside with a softer, chewier finish.

    Mint humbugs were a British candy. So delicious, they even featured a role in the Harry Potter feasts at Hogwarts. Professor Dumbledore loved the “muggle” sweets!

  2. Dixie Rector says:

    My husband’s favorite candy was the blue mint coolers. I have ordered them by the pound, so I could get enough to last him a year at a time.
    I am very sorry that you have chosen to discontinue them. How am I going to keep him happy now?
    Dixie Rector

  3. ed says:

    General Question about discontinued candy. Naturally, some discontinued candy brings back memories, but getting beyond the obvious I’d like to ask why are they discontinued – is it sales, is it ingredients? I know in some cases companies take over other companies and maybe the new company’s equipment is not geared towards making a candy.

  4. Merissa says:

    I can\’t believe they discontinued these candy bars. I used to go and buy them by the box. They were so delicious! I hope they get so many comments of people wanting them around again and they make the decision to sell them again. It seems like that happens everytime they sell something so good.

  5. Armilda says:

    Please bring back the Milkshake candy bars again. Thank you! Armilda

  6. Nicole Quinn says:

    Wacky Wafers…Bonkers and Milkshake candy bars!! PLEASE!!! I can’t live without them….

  7. Connie says:

    Please try to get the recipe for the HOLLYWOOD Candy Bars ,as well as Butter-Nut Candy Bars POWER HOUSE Candy Bars Heard that company went out of business. Can you bring it back ? There is NOTHING on the market like it , what a hit they would be !! We all stopped at the corner store on the way home from school each day and buy them.YUMMMMMM !! Thank You.

  8. Dee says:

    For years I have been searching for this stick bubble gum called “Chum Gum”. I last had it around 1971-72 and purchased it in a little Mom & Pop store off the Fellsway in Medford, MA. It came in a 5-stick pack that was white with the words “Chum Gum” in Navy Blue with some red highlights on the pack. The gum itself was Hot Pink in color and had the most unique flavor. It was like nothing else I’ve ever tasted and was delicious! Anyone out there who remembers this product, or where it might be still available?

  9. Kim says:

    Nicole, I feel your pain! Wacky Wafers are no longer? That was my go to at the local market – and I always saved the green apple for last! So sad…

  10. Wazoo bars where can I get them? Please help I love them. When they stop selling them I bought every BOX I could get my hands on.

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