Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Candy Poll: Back from the Dead


What fun results! I always like it when readers surprise me with their answers. I thought for sure that Bar None or Marathon would win (though Marathon has an adequate substitute in Curly Wurly). I voted for Bar None.

Who knew there was such passion out there for Bonomo’s Turkish Taffy!

What else did I miss on the list of extinct candies?

Related Candies

  1. Twix PB
  2. Doscher’s French Chew Taffy
  3. I Miss: Bar None
  4. Goodbye Reed’s
  5. I Miss: Marathon

POSTED BY Cybele AT 6:24 am Tracker Pixel for Entry     CandyFun StuffPolls

  1. I want razzles to be more available everywhere…They are hard to find.  I know they are out there, but, it’s rare!

    Comment by Carol on 9/04/07 at 10:14 pm #
  2. ABBA ZABBA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Comment by Laura on 9/05/07 at 9:12 pm #
  3. Cybele's avatar

    Carol - yeah, I’m finding the internet is the only reliable place to find them!

    Laura - they still make Aba Zabba, I’m not sure where you’re at, but they’re easier to find on the west coast.

    Comment by Cybele on 9/06/07 at 5:07 am #
  4. BONOMO IS BACK!!!! We are near completion. Email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

    Comment by Wiesen on 9/06/07 at 4:33 pm #
  5. There’s a wonderful autobiography by Joe Bonomo, a silent film stuntman, that tells a lot about his family’s famous Turkish Taffy.  I’m convinced the Banana was flavored with paint thinner, (Benzene.)

    Comment by Sally on 9/09/07 at 7:35 am #
  6. I love Honeystix and Fantastix, but they are still on the market, yet hard to find.

    Comment by Glenn on 9/10/07 at 8:38 am #
  7. My mouth is watering right now for a string of ZOTS!!!!!

    Comment by Carol on 9/10/07 at 10:56 am #
  8. I am looking for Angle Food Cake with Pink Frosting ? Can you tell me if any one still sells them ?

    Comment by Diann on 9/10/07 at 11:33 am #
  9. someone other than myself remembers the PB Max? OMG I was in love with those as a child.

    Comment by joni on 6/24/10 at 3:41 pm #
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