A trip down memory lane: Nostalgic Aussies can now buy their favourite 90s lolly bags in bulk – filled with Fads, Fizzers, Nerds and Ghost Drops
- Nostalgic Australians can now get their hands on their favourite 90s lollies
- The offering has lolly-fans in a frenzy – and delighted at the ‘pick and mix’ option
- The store has also launched 90s lolly bags as part of their online offering
Nostalgic Australians can now get their hands on their favourite 90s lollies including Ghost Drops, Fizzers, Fads and Warheads.
The sweet offering has lolly-lovers in a frenzy – and delighted at the ‘pick and mix’ option which sets a very nostalgic tone.
The company, Sugar Sugar Candy Co, is an online-only lolly shop sending the retro treats straight to shoppers doors.
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Nostalgic Australians can now get their hands on their favourite 90s lollies including Ghost Drops, Fizzers, Fads and Warheads
The sweet offering has lolly-lovers in a frenzy – and delighted at the ‘pick and mix’ option which sets a very nostalgic tone
The store has also launched 90s lolly bags as part of their online offering, giving their sweet-toothed customers a huge variety of randomly-selected lollies.
And the bags have struck a cord with generation X and Y consumers.
‘Oh dear God, take my money,’ one man said after seeing the collection.
‘Yum, real red frogs, not the mini ones you get now,’ one woman said.
The lolly store stock ‘gum with tattoos’, ‘Ghost Drops’, ‘Fizzers’, and ‘Zappos’, as demanded by their customers.
‘Doesn’t this just take you back,’ one woman wrote, tagging her friend.
Classic 90s bags cost $9.95, but sell out quickly leaving fans waiting for the small family-run store to restock.
Other lollies at the popular store include the Hubba Bubba tape, sherbet bottles and love-heart candies.
Lolly bracelets and candy rings also prove popular for the small supplier.
The lolly shop has become increasingly popular since using social media to bring awareness to their brand.
In recent time there have been a lot of viral videos for nostalgic men and women who grew up in the 90s.
From Froot Loop’s Straws, to Jelly Fanta, KFC Krushers and bubble gum flavoured McFlurry’s – the Australian teenager’s TikTok series reveals our hidden junk-food addictions.
The pick and mix range allow nostalgic generation Xs and Ys to choose their favourites
The shop also puts together birthday boxes – but they have to be ordered early because the lollies sell quickly
The lollies available at the store were common place at convenience stores and lolly shops in the 90s and early 2000s
The 15-part series also revisits foods like Tasty Toobs, LOL drink, Trix Yoghurt and Smarties Pop Up ice creams.
The videos start the same – shaking and almost out of focus, pointing at random furniture, with music being played over the top.
Then they cut to a picture of the ‘forgotten’ food.
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The TikTokker has amassed 7000 fans since starting the video series – and says he hopes to get to 10,000 fans soon.
Other food items that have been left in the past include purple tomato sauce, Altoids tangerine sours and Hershey’s Bites.
Some of the items were rejected as ‘long gone’ the Creme saver candies he posted are a favourite for some of the people commenting.
‘Well I can’t get them anymore,’ he said.
Hazelnut Rolls and Dunkeroos were also listed – but others said some stores still have them.
WHAT IS IN A 90s PARTY BAG?
There are a few bags to choose from, however the following is a good example of what people can expect in their $9.95 bag.
1 x Swizzels Love Hearts roll
1 x Fads Fun Sticks box
1 x Strawberry Zappo
1 x Strawberry Fizzer
1 x Rockets roll
3 x Fizz Gum Bullets
1 x Wicked Fizz
1 x Super Tattoo
1 x Hart Beat
1 x Ghost Drop
1 x War Head