I think they were great! If you agree, you can sign this online petition asking Hershey to bring them back.
Check it out:
I remember em , and whatchamacalit , or however you spell it - were good too but I haven't seen them around in a while either
i had a whatamacallit just the other day. what about sky bars?
havent heard of a sky bar , but I want a watchamacalit and havent seen one in years maybe they just dont sell em where I shop , glad to know they are still around thogh , Whats a sky bar?
chocolate, with four pieces, each filled with a different thing. caramel, vanilla, and i forget the other 2, been a long time...I think strawberry and milk chocolate....
yeah I remember them, I swear I had one not too long ago...at least a couple years at the latest..I will be glad to help you and sign...
I do. We used to have them for breakfast and lunch. At the time I was working in a bookstore and, since they first came out, we were promoting them; thus, we had boxes and boxes of "none bar" to hand out to returning college students. As far as signing a petition to bring them back, I would rather not. Let the market decide decide their fate.
skybar (wich I typed incorrectly before)
http://www.candyfavorites.com/Skybar-pr … nAod_A2jJQ
From the petition site:
"Hershey's Bar None was a chocolate bar created by The Hershey Company and released in 1986. It went nationwide in September 1987 after testing in California. The original formula consisted of a cocoa wafer, chocolate filling, peanuts and a milk chocolate coating. In 1993, the product was reformulated into two wafers with chocolate coating, peanuts, and caramel. It was eventually discontinued a few years later with little fanfare."
Sky Bars and Whatchamacallits can be found at retro candy shops online, but I can't find the Bar None. :-(
If anyone finds some though, I'd love to know!!
I live near a liquidation grocery store. its where I get most of my food, at really low prices. discontinued items and such. insurance claims and overstocked stuff...so I get to eat alot of things that are technically gone.
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