40 Popular Discontinued Snack Foods We Really Miss

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Doritos 3D
> Introduced: 1998
> Discontinued: 2004
> Maker: Frito-Lay

Basically Doritos in a conical shape instead of the familiar flat triangle, these chips came in four flavors: Nacho Cheesier, Jalapeño & Cheddar, Texas Paprika, and Zesty Ranch.

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3 Musketeers Truffle Crisp Bars
> Introduced: 2010
> Discontinued: 2012
> Maker: Mars

These finger-shaped bars were described on their packaging as “whipped-up chocolate truffle on a crisp layer enrobed in real milk chocolate.”

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Altoid Sours
> Introduced: 2004
> Discontinued: 2010
> Maker: Wrigley

There were five flavors of these “curiously strong” hard candies: raspberry, lime, tangerine, apple, and mango. A single unopened tin of these Altoids is currently listed on Amazon at a price of $499.99.

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Blue Bell Bar-B-Q Potato Chips
> Introduced: 1960
> Discontinued: 1995
> Maker: Sunshine Biscuits, Inc.

Chips from this Oregon-based brand, made by a company founded in 1929, were sold throughout the Pacific Northwest and northern California.

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Butterfinger BBs
> Introduced: 1992
> Discontinued: 2006
> Maker: Nestlé

More the size of marbles than BBs, these candies — once plugged on the television show “The Simpsons” — were reintroduced in 2009. Fans claimed they weren’t the same, and in any case they’re now shaped like mini-candy bars instead of spheres.

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