Food Sour Patch Kids Once Had A Totally Different Name

21:30  17 may  2018
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"You're a Sour Patch Kid !" she shrieked. "You owe me, so you have to go by that name ! Then we can discuss your strategies on the way home! And even Lord Tubbington can help once he gets his fire extinguisher medicine!"

Yes we have another Sour Patch Kids candy to try! Well that certainly is different ! They’re online at Walmart and in what seems like random stores around the US. If you can find them, please try them and let me know!

Long before the Sour Patch Kids had Extreme, Freeze, and Xploderz counterparts, let alone an ice cream to its name, they were just some funny-shaped creatures capitalizing on the UFO-craze of the time. While it's hard to think the 'Sour, Sweet, Gone' candy ever went by something other than Sour Patch Kids, the current name was actually adopted in the 1980s.

Before they were Sour, these guys were sold as Mars Men. This was in the 1970s, when UFO sightings were common and space travel to Mars was in full swing. Mondelēz had yet to buy the candy company (it's now in the same family as Oreo and Chips Ahoy), but a company spokesperson said of the old name, "we believe it was because they looked similar to alien creatures from Mars."

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Ever wonder why Sour Patch Kids don't look anything like kids ? It's because they were actually first designed and marketed to be aliens. All through the 70's they were sold under the name Mars Men. Who else loves these sweet and mouth-puckering gummy aliens?

← Peter Paul’s “No Jelly” – An oddly- named offering from the 70’s. My reason for posting today is that I recently noticed they’d totally changed up the Sour Patch logos and mascots, and that’s a Just two days I was thinking “I haven’t had Sour Patch Kids in years.” so I decided to grab some.

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Fast forward a decade and a different kind of cultural phenomenon had taken hold, leading to a name change for the Mars Men. In the 80s, Cabbage Patch Kids - those round-headed dolls you may have had growing up - became wildly popular, so the candy's moniker changed to Sour Patch Kids. Over in France, the candies have a very literal translation of "Very Bad Kids." Considering how much of the brand's identity is built around the sour-then-sweet characters, it's safe to say the name change paid off.

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I successfully cooked some up while multi-tasking (not my strong point) and it totally took me back. I had a minor freak-out when I realized there was a recipe for homemade Sour Patch Kids in the book.

View other brand name foods. Sour Patch Kids Wegmans 21 pcs 140.0 calories 36.0 grams carbs 0 grams fat 0 grams protein. 0 grams fiber 0 mg cholesterol 0 grams saturated fat 30.0 mg sodium 0 grams sugar 0 grams trans fat.

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