8 DISCONTINUED FOODS THAT AMERCANS MISS SEEING ON  THE SHELF

In 1998, Doritos launched a puffed-chip line called Doritos 3D. They disappeared from shelves in 2004, but fans of the Bugles-meets-Doritos snack can rejoice.

Doritos 3D

Fans of Pepperidge Farm Salad Croutons described them as having the perfect crunch and just the right amount of seasoning. Unfortunately, this product disappeared without a trace sometime around 2017.

Pepperidge Farm Salad Croutons

Butterfinger BBs became an American favorite in 1992, but by 2006, they were gone from store shelves. Fans are still pushing for their return.

Butterfinger BBs

Many Americans loved Creme Savers, but they disappeared from shelves in 2011. Luckily, the famous sweet and creamy hard candy returned to the stores in the summer of 2021.

Creme Savers

Altoid Sours were flavored like sour fruit, and available in tangerine, raspberry, lime, or mango. Unfortunately, they left American shelves in 2010, seemingly never to return.

Altoid Sours

You can still get Cheetos puffs, but the twisted version is officially extinct. To taste these twisted treats you’d need a time machine set for 2012 or earlier.

Cheetos Twisted Puffs

Swoops were shaped like Pringle’s potato chips but made to taste like classic Hershey’s candy bars, including Reese’s and Almond Joy.

Swoops

Potato skins in chip form became an American favorite. They were available in Sour Cream N’ Chives and Cheddar N’ Bacon varieties, but they disappeared when Keebler sold off its Tato Skins division in 2000.

Tato Skins

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