These candies are a blast from the past. 

By Grace Elkus
October 18, 2017
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Sunny D—the drink of choice for recess, soccer games, and general middle school enjoyment. And while we may have thought those days were over, Sunny D is back and better than ever before.

That’s right, the nostalgic orange drink is now sold in gummy form. You can purchase the Sunny D Liquid Center Gummy Candies online at, near the check-out lanes at Walmart, and at 7-11. Each pack contains both Orange and Strawberry flavored gummies that burst when you bite into them. We’re guessing they’re similar in texture to Starbursts’ Gummiburst liquid filled gummies.

We first spotted the candies on Instagram account @candyhunting, and haven’t been able to stop thinking about them since. In fact, it seems like the candies, cereals, and lunches of our youth are all making a resurgence, considering Trix re-introduced their artificially-colored cereal, Oreo-O’s recently made a comeback, and Pizza and Treatza Lunchables are back on store shelves.

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If you can’t get enough of old-time candies, it’s worth looking at all the options on Their candy is organized by decade, so you can order Sugar Daddy caramels from the 1920s, Candy Buttons from the 1930s, Bazooka Bubble Gum from the 1940s and the list goes on. And if you’re more in the market for Halloween candy, check out everything See’s Candies has to offer.