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Where Can I Buy A Yoohoo Candy Bar

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When a factory shuts down production of some past-its-prime candy, those sorry sweets disappear from supermarket shelves and depart from mainstream consciousness. Before long, you can find only stale specimens listed for obscene prices on eBay, and some time after that, no one really thinks of them at all, except to say, "Hey, remember that candy from way back when?"

So which discontinued candy bars continue to pull at the heartstrings of sugar fiends the national over? We posed the question to Benjamin; as well as to Beth Kimmerle, author of Candy: The Sweet History and curator of The Candy Wrapper Museum; and Darlene Lacey, author of Classic Candy: America's Favorite Sweets, 1950-80 and owner of research-based historical candy store True Treat Historic Candy in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.

Named for baseball great and onetime New York Yankees right fielder Reggie Jackson, the Reggie! bar was a round, milk chocolate-covered bar with a peanuts and a caramel center. It was originally intended as a novelty candy and made its debut at the Yankees home opener in 1976, but proved so popular that it stuck around before getting benched in 1982. A slightly-tweaked Reggie! bar with peanut butter instead of caramel made a brief comeback in the 90s, but it was gone for good just a short time later. Maybe it's because the bars could turn dangerous? Lacey offers a fascinating anecdote: "When it was given out at the home opener of the Yankees game, the fans started throwing them out onto the field because Reggie was batting really well," she recalled. "The fans got so excited that it turned into this fiasco!" (An aside: The original Reggie! bar was a heck of a lot like a Baby Ruth, which is often mistakenly thought to have a connection to baseball legend Babe Ruth. It was more likely named for President Grover Cleveland's daughter Ruth.)

So what makes certain discontinued candy bars stick out from the pack? Lacey thinks variety and imaginative packaging have a lot to do with it. "When I was a kid in the 1970s, it was a heyday of outrageous ad campaigns and fun candy wrappers," she told us. "Now you see it's all the same thing repackaged. And I think the imagination has been taken away from candy these days and people miss that."

But ultimately, Kimmerle believes that a candy's popularity in the afterlife boils down to something much simpler. "For many people, candy that they had in their childhood, it's like a time machine," she said. "They call it 'comfort food' because it takes people back to a certain time and place. Candy is the same way."

The perfect candy for any true Yoo Hoo fan, our Palmer Milk Chocolate Flavored Yoo Hoo Candy Bar is too good to miss! Each bar measures in at 3.25" x 8.25". These gems are made in the USA, and also happen to be OU and Dairy Kosher certified. And with their net weight of 4.5 ounces, they'll practically fly to your door. All you have to do is place your order.

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