Time has changed and so has everything. We have grown up but we have left so many things back. There are so many lovely, sweet and delicious memories connected to our past. Well, if you are 90s born Indian kid, then probably you are missing some of the amazing candies we had back in our childhood in 90s. Do you remember candies from 90s? Here are some candies from 90 that you will miss, I went back to the past to dig out some of the best and most delicious candies and prepared a list of candies from 90s discontinued in India. These are some of the popular foods from 90s in India. These are the candies from 90s that have disappeared from the shops.
Candies from 90 that you will Miss – Discontinued Candies from Indian Market
Candies bring some of the most nostalgic emotions from our childhood. Be it a chocolate or jelly cup, we, the kids from the 90s, miss them a lot. Whenever we get to see them anywhere, we just get lost in the past of our childhood. Though with time, things change and these changes are both constructive and destructive. Today’s generation isn’t fortunate enough to witness those memories as those candies no longer exist in the market. With time, they have been replaced by new products or have been discontinued by their manufacturer. But they still exist in our minds in our memories and in the heart. Following is the list of candies from 90s that you will miss always.
Boomer and Big Babol
Do you remember this chewing –gum? It used to be in blue and pink color. I don’t remember the name of that big pink colored chewing guy who would come out from the chewing gum balloon. This candy doesn’t exist anymore now. One of our favorites is among those candies from the 90s that we will miss.
So this spicy-sweet candy was fun. With its funny cover, having a face which is visible both upside down, Guru in the upside and Chela in the downside, we all loved this in our childhood. This was a fun game.
So this tangy mango taste is something we can’t forget.
Melody itni chocolaty kyu hai?
Kiss Me candy and Kiss Me Bar are still my favorite.
Another gem from our childhood, kids today can’t relish the sweetness of that time.
This sweet Pan flavored candy used to be our favorite and we would eat it with great enthusiasm as we didn’t get to eat Paan in real.
This candy would give a feeling of cola. These Poppins were amazing back then. But unfortunately, they don’t exist now.
These digestive candies were the best of childhood memories.
I first tasted coffee with these candies. I still remember the taste.
I don’t know if you remember it or not. But back in childhood, we enjoyed this candy. And that song was really funny.
Phantom Sweet Cigarettes
Okay! This is how we used to have swag during those days of the 90s back in school. These have disappeared from the market but not from our memories.
Though there are so many other candies from the 90s that have disappeared from India, which aren’t listed here. Milkybar is still favorite more than any other chocolate. Not because of the taste but because of the feelings attached to it. Poppins is still in my mind. Another amazing candy from childhood is Chatar Matar, the name brings so many memories. And do you remember Dadi from chatar patar commercial where she eats chatar patar and says ‘iski muchha bich me an ugad’… These were some memorable childhood candies in India. Hope you enjoyed this article. You not only got water in your mouth but also you remember your days of childhood. If you think your favorite candy isn’t mentioned, tell in the comment and it will be here…