These delicious Oreo cakes were pulled after only a few years, mainly because folks didn't appreciate them at the time. Luckily, they're making a comeback in 2022. Don't mess this up again for us, people!
According to Snapple themselves, "Snapple Elements is no longer in production, and there are no current plans to reintroduce this product into the marketplace." We wish they'd be more specific as to why. Make that a Snapple Fact.
Surge was all the caffeinated craze in the '90s before it was dropped by Coca-Cola after it couldn't compete with Mountain Dew. However, fan demand brought it back in the late 2010s, and Coca-Cola says it's here to stay.
Ferrero, the company behind Nutella, acquired all of Nestlé's American candy business in 2018. In 2019, they launched an "improved" recipe of Butterfinger, that has fans split on whether it's horrible or a tragedy.
When the "healthy eating" movement swept through American fast-food establishments in the '90s, McDonald's handheld apple pies changed from ultra-crispy, deep-fried treats to baked, usually soggy afterthoughts. You can, however, still find deep-fried versions of this fan-favorite dessert... You'll just have to step outside of the continental United States. Countries like the UK, Mexico, Brazil, and Greece still carry the deep-fried version, as well as McDonald's locations in Hawaii. So, like, if you somehow couldn't find a great reason to visit Hawaii before, getting your hands on one of these nostalgic classics might just be worth booking that flight.
This is a bittersweet reason. Mexican pizza containers created 7 million pounds of paperboard every year, so Taco Bell cut it to reduce their environmental footprint. That's nice of them... but this loss still hurts.