The ultimate snack for kids in the 90s. They were small cookies that you could dip in frosting, with flavors like chocolate, vanilla, and rainbow sprinkles.
Oreo O’s were a dream come true for cookie lovers. They were crunchy O-shaped cereal pieces that tasted like Oreos, with marshmallows that resembled the cream filling.
Wonder Ball was a chocolate ball that contained a surprise toy inside. It was inspired by the Kinder Surprise eggs popular in Europe, but with a twist.
A line of fruit-flavored drinks marketed as a healthier soda alternative with catchy names and colorful packaging, featuring slogans like “For the mind, body, and planet.”
Pop-Tarts Crunch was a cereal version of the popular toaster pastries. They were mini Pop-Tarts that came in two flavors: Frosted Strawberry and Frosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon.
It was a drink that came in a plastic bottle shaped like a fruit. You had to squeeze the bottle to drink the liquid, which had flavors like Berry B. Wild, Chucklin’ Cherry, and Grumpy Grape.
Surge was a citrus-flavored soda that had a high caffeine content and a neon green color. It was marketed as an energy drink for young people, with slogans like “Feed the Rush”.