Does anyone but me remember Koogle? According to Wikipedia, it came out in 1971, and was discontinued sometime during the 70s. Gosh, I loved this stuff. Chocolate flavored peanut butter. What’s not to love about that? I’m not sure why we were allowed to buy this stuff, since we weren’t allowed to buy ‘sugar cereal’, but why ask? Just be happy and eat your Koogle. Look at the ingredients…is partially hardened vegetable oil the same thing as partially hydroginated vegetable oil? Hmmm.
My mom and I were talking the other day, and we were remembering these raisin cookies that we used to like, but which are no longer available in the grocery store. They are best known now as Garabaldi biscuits, and are made in the UK. But here, they were Sunshine brand, and they were called Sunshine Raisin Biscuits (a name sure to give Py, the raisin hater, the dry heaves).
Can anyone else sing the jingle for Wallaby Squash soda? Anyone? I can. It was kind of like a cross between Squirt and Mountain Dew, and it was very yummy. Didn’t last long, I don’t think. Pop on over to this page, if you’d like to see a list of no-longer-made foods, though it’s by no means complete, as it’s clearly lacking both Koogle and Wallaby Squash!
How about you? Any favorite foods you remember, that they don’t make anymore? Do you miss it, or are you glad it’s gone?