10 Favourite UK Snacks We Can’t Buy Anymore

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Looking back at snacks you can’t find in the UK
anymore can create a lot of smiles and ‘oh yes’ moments. Prepare to engage your
nostalgia as we take a walk down a chocolate-filled memory lane.

1.   Galaxy Truffle (Celebrations Tin)

galaxy truffles

As families sat down for Christmas in 2011,
they were shocked to find the Galaxy Truffle chocolate had been discontinued
today. Often the truffle was the chocolate you would have to search through
empty wrapping papers to unearth. Forums to this day still debate why it has
been left out.

2.   Diet
Coke Lemon

Although not strictly a snack, it is still a
crime that the Diet Coke lemon drink was removed from UK shelves in 2006. Don’t
be too upset if you really love this drink as it is still available in other
areas of the world, mostly South America.

3.   Campino Strawberry and Cream


Do you remember those small circular Campino
sweets that tasted of strawberries and cream? They were a UK favourite for over
four decades and then disappeared in the 2000s. Why? Your guess is as good as ours.

4.   White
Choc Maltesers

white maltesers

Maltesers are supposed to be a pack of
chocolates that are shared, but nobody was sharing the white chocolate variety
when they came out. And nobody is sharing them today because they have been
discontinued since 2014.

5.   Heinz
Baked Beans Pizza

Heinz Baked Beans Pizza

Heinz is the fourth biggest distributor of
pizzas in the UK, and although their cheesy baked beans pizza will have
Italians outraged, it was a hit in the UK. Settling down with a baked beans
pizza for a movie, the big game, or while playing online casino games is now a thing of the past.

6.   Cartoonies


Cartoonies were small round biscuits filled
with chocolate and a cartoon image stamped on the outside. They were a lunchbox
treasure back in the 90s. Has anyone seen them since?

7.   Kit
Kat Senses

kitkat senses

Kit Kat’s Senses chocolate bar was made famous by the girl band, Girls Aloud. Their famous TV advert told us how good they were, and although it was creative marketing, they weren’t wrong. It’s a pity they haven’t been available to buy since 2008.

8.   Extra Sheets

Extra chewing gum is by no means a novelty even
today. But one product from this company got us talking. Those Extra Thin
Sheets which acted as a new type of gum and dissolved in your mouth to keep
your breath fresh were extremely popular. But they haven’t been on the shelves
for years. 

9.   Cadbury Snowflake

snow flake

Cadbury Snowflake bars were a hit amongst
people who liked the combination of milk and white chocolate. The bars had a
strange lifespan and were renamed Cadbury Flake Snow for no known logical
reason in 2003. And then in 2008, they were stopped altogether. Were they not
as popular as we thought?

10. Cadbury Astros


Cadbury Astros were like smarties. They came in
a small box and were chocolate covered in a coloured outer layer. If you really
miss them, you can jump on a plane and still buy them in South Africa.