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Retro Candy - Hard To Find Candy From The Past

Updated on November 5, 2013

Hard To Find Candy From The Past

Hard to find candy from the past, nostalgic candy, retro candy, old fashioned candy. The candy we loved growing up, very hard to find but there are a few merchants that still carry it. There's nothing that can bring back childhood memories than candy we remember as little kids. From Halloween to special events.

Where To Buy And Find Candy From The Past

We found 2 great merchants that carry hard to find candy and will be adding more:

Amazon.com Candy

One of the largest selections of candy we've found with over 50,000 products available. Candy from the past and today's favorites.

Old Time Candy Company

Large selection of candy from the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's. Some candy is available by the box, piece or pound. And if you use coupon code holiday2013 at checkout, you will get 15% off orders over $60. This coupon is good thru December 2.

Black Friday / Cyber Monday Deal for Old Time Candy - 15% off orders over $100 using coupon code cm2012, good from 11/22 - 11/27.

Hard To Find Candy From the 50's

Top selling retro candy from the 1950's.

1950s -

Abba Zaba Sour Apple Flavor, Altoids Licorice Mints, Black Licorice Pipes, Bubble Gum Cigarettes, Bubble Gum Cigars, C. Howard Scented Gum, Candy Buttons, Charms Assorted Squares, Charms Sweet Pops, Chuckles Jelly Candy, Clark Bar, Cup-O-Gold, Gold Rocks Nugget Bubble Gum, Mary Janes, Necco Assorted Candy Wafers, Necco Chocolate Wafers, Nestle's Oh Henry Candy Bar, Nik-L-Nip Wax Bottles, Reeds Root Beer & Butterscotch Candies, Sen-Sen Breath Refreshments, Skybar, Slo-Poke Jr. Suckers, Sugar Lips Wax Chewing Gum, Teaberry Gum, Walnettos, Zagnut Bar

Hard To Find Candy From the 60's

Top selling retro candy from the 1960's.

1960s -

Big Hunk, Boston Beans, Bottlecaps, Bun Bar, C. Howard Violet Mints, Charms Sour Pops, Cherryheads, Chocolate Cigarettes, Goobers, Marshmallow Cones (Assorted Flavors), Pixy Stix, Razzles Candy Gum,Reeds Cinnamon Candies, Reese's Pieces Smoothie Peanut Butter Cups, Zotz Candy

Hard To Find Candy From the 70's

Top selling retro candy from the 1970's.

1970s -

C. Howard Lemon Mints, Caramel Bun Bar, Charms Sweet & Sour Pops, Double Bubble Bubble Gum, Lik-M-Aid Fun Dip, Reeds Rootbeer Candies, Rocky Road Milk Chocolate Bar, Strawberry Pop Rocks, Tart 'N Tiny, Willy Wonka Chocolate Bar, Wonka Bottlecaps, Wonka Strawberry Banana Laffy Taffy

Hard To Find Candy From the 80's

Top selling retro candy from the 1980's.

1980s -

Astro Pops & Cinnamon Toothpicks, Atomic Fire Balls, Bit-O-Honey, Bubblicious Radical Red, Candy Cigarettes, Candy Necklace, Charleston Chew Chocolate, Jawbusters, Laffy Taffy Watermelon, Lemonheads, Now & Later, Now & Later-Grape, Saf’T’Pops, Wax Bottles, Wax Fangs, Wonka Tart ‘n Tiny, Zours

More Top Selling Old Fashioned Candy

We're still finding out the dates these have been released and will add them to the lists above:

Beemans

Big Cherry Candy Bar

Big League Chew

Black Jacks

Bubble Gum Coins

Bubble Gum Smiley Coins

Bubble Gum USA Coins

Bug City Candy Jar

Candy Charm Bracelet

Candy Logs

Candy Watch

Caramello

Charleston Chews Vanilla Minis

Charms Hard Candy

Chick Feed Bubble Gum

Chick-O-Stick

Chocolate Gold Coins

Chunky

Crickets

Coffee Crisp Bar

Cow Tales Chewy Caramel

Cricket Lick-It Suckers

Crickets

Crows Licorice Flavored Gumdrops

Curly Wurly

Dubble Bubble Gumballs

Sugar Free Dubble Bubble

Extreme Ice Sugar Free Black Licorice Chewing Gum

Fear Factor Slimy Gummy Octopus

Fear Factor Bug Pops

Ferrara Pan Classic Combo

Fizzies Candy Drink

Flicks Chocolate Wafers

Fruit Stripe Chewing Gum

Gibralters Candy

Gobstoppers

Gobstopper Egg Breakers

Gold Mine Gum

Good News Bar

Harry Potter Bertie Bott's

Hot Cinnamon Toothpicks

Hot Lix Cinnamon Toothpix

Hot Lix Mint Toothpix

Hot Tamales

Idaho Spud Candy Bar

I Love Lucy Vitameatavegamin Candy

I Love Lucy Lucy's Predic-a-Mints

Jelly Belly Fruit Bowl

Jelly Belly Very Cherry

Jelly Belly Tropical

Jelly Belly Sours

Jelly Belly Licorice Jelly Beans

Jelly Belly Buttered Popcorn Jelly Beans

Jelly Belly Juicy Pear Jelly Beans

Jelly Belly Watermelon Jelly Beans

King Peppermints

Larvets Original Cheddar Worm Snack 3ea

Licorice Pipes

Looney Tunes Costume Party Fun Pops

M&M's Plain Candy

M&M's Peanut Candy

Mallo Cups

Mamba

Neapolitan Coconut Candy Bar

Nerds Candy

Nerds Rope Original

Nut Goodie Bar

Old Fashioned Candy Drops

Oh Henry Candy Bar

Paczkis

Pearson's Bun

Pearson's Nut Roll

Pez Candy Refills

Pez Mini Mints 4ct.

Pez Candy Refills Mini Rolls 101ct

Pop Rocks

Pop Rocks Cherry Cola Tin

Pop Rocks Limited Edition Rich Milk Chocolate

Premium Milk Chocolate Gold Coins

Rock Candy Crystals

Rock Candy Swizzle Sticks

Runts Candy

Scorpion Amber Candy

Snaps Original Licorice

Sour Gums from Adams

Smith Brothers Cough Drops

Sugarless Bazooka Bubble Gum

Sugar Babies

Swedish Fish Candy - (Red, AquaLife)

Tequila Flavored Worm Sucker

Teenee Beanee Luxor Licorice Jelly Beans

Teenee Beanee Country Retreats Jelly Beans

Tootsie Roll (Bank, Giant)

Tootsie Roll Giant

Twin Bing Bar

Twirl Pops

Unicorn Pops

U-NO

Violet Crumble

Wax Lips

Whirly Pop

Wonka Bar Large

Wonka Sweetarts Rope

Xtreme Cinnamon Pix Chewing Stix

Candy Commericials from the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and 1980s

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      Lori 

      4 years ago

      UGH! No Bloopers? No Clark Bars? What about Marathon candy bars?

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      anonymous 

      5 years ago

      I'm a big fan of candy, I love lemonheads, great lens

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      chickie99 

      5 years ago

      gobstoppers are quite vintage!

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      anonymous 

      5 years ago

      I love retro candy but sadly, I'm diabetic so I have to restrain myself.

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      dejolane 

      6 years ago

      Do you remember the pink & green,yellow dot candy on a roll ?

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      makemoneyonline5 

      6 years ago

      Cool lens....

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      jlowens42 

      6 years ago

      I remember a banana flavored taffy bar, had chocolate layer inside. Anyone know if they still make them or where I could find them?

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      jlowens42 

      6 years ago

      I remember a banana flavored taffy bar with a thin layer of chocolate inside. The bar was called Go Bananas or Go Go Bananas. I think it was made be Leaf company but not sure. Any one know where to find it?

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      debate76ster 

      6 years ago

      You skipped one of my favorites. I believe they were called dots, and they were small candy dots on a page that you had to pull off.

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      racko09 

      6 years ago

      i like it :D

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      alohamom00 

      6 years ago

      @uniqcorn: You can order them from Necco or Amazon, but lots of times they're only available during Christmas. You may be able to find them at a local farmer's market. That's where I have found them before. Good luck!

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      dpettigrew 

      7 years ago

      Mallo cups................. can't beatem

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      Francis Luxford 

      7 years ago from United Kingdom

      Very tasty lens! Well done.

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      uniqcorn 

      7 years ago

      Does anyone know where I can find peach blossoms candy? It has a peach colored pillow shaped shell with peanut butter inside. I remember my grandmother used to have it in her candy dish all the time. The Necco company used to make it but I don't know if they still do. Thanks!

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      atomicgirl24 

      7 years ago

      I used to love Jawbreakers as a kid but now that I'm getting older, I'm afraid to eat them because of my oh, so fragile teeth! :'-(

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      Linda Pogue 

      7 years ago from Missouri

      Remember those orange and black stripped candy sticks that came out about Halloween? I haven't seen those in years. Thumbs up!

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      anonymous 

      8 years ago

      What a yummy lens! Now I want some retro candy :)

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      reasonablerobby 

      8 years ago

      A great list!

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      Mary 

      9 years ago from Chicago area

      Yum! 5***** and lensrolling to squidoo.com/zerocandybar

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      shanker721 

      9 years ago

      Nice lens! Mouth is waterig now! 5 Stars all the way!

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      Robin S 

      10 years ago from USA

      Thank you for adding this sweet lens to the Cute Little Cupcakes and Tasty Treats group!

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