Food of the Seventies, FunYums

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An oniony type of "chip" in an onion ring form. Totally processed and arrtificial, with an odd texture. Not unlike everything else representing the 70's.
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Cheryl - June 23, 2009 - Report this comment
I was watching a commercial on TV this evening about a snack that had real onion in it and all of a sudden FunYums came to mind. I can still remember the unique taste and that made me wonder if I could possibly still find them for sale somewhere. Guess not. But they were great; and I miss them (although I haven't thought about FunYums for decades).
Rob Lambert - November 13, 2017 - Report this comment
Spelled Funyuns, this was a Frito-Lay chip. Introduced in 1969, these didn't sell well. Was said that these gave consumers strong onion breath (garlic-flavored chips had same effect). In defense, no one complained about the aroma making teary eyes. These disappeared in 1972, and reappearing several times, including the early 1990s.

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