Food of the Seventies, Giant Sweet Tarts (not chewy)

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I would buy these when my bus stopped at Wag-a-Bag on the way home from school. They came in a cellophane package of two; always red and grape. These were not chewy (as they are today). I would wedge them in the roof of my mouth, them lick them until my tongue was completely raw! Great with a coke Icee!
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Adrian - August 18, 2009 - Report this comment
cocoabeachbaby - October 14, 2009 - Report this comment
I would like to find them too. The only ones I can find are either chewy or not as large. I remember that they came out with giant heart-shaped ones around Valentine's Day and egg-shaped ones at Easter time. Loved them!
Bob - November 26, 2009 - Report this comment
I have been searching for these for quite some time. Everything I find on the web indicates they are discontinued. Even the retor candy companies don't have them.
Bob (again) - November 26, 2009 - Report this comment
Of course I meant retro...C'mon Wonka...bring 'em back!
Cathy - January 04, 2010 - Report this comment
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE - somebody come out with the Giant Sweetarts again. Chewy ones are just not the same!!!!
Teresa - February 13, 2010 - Report this comment
I am kinda like the person at the top of the list. I used to stop by our neighborhood drug store on the way home from school most every day. I lived in town and walked home from school. There is nothing like the big sweet tarts. They are no where to be found today. That is sad. I wish they would start selling them again. I would stock up.
Roz - March 02, 2010 - Report this comment
Everyone who visits this site and feels the same about this should contact nestle or wonka and request that they start making them again. Maybe it'll work. Hell, it worked for Family Guy.
Elizabeth - March 09, 2010 - Report this comment
I have such fond memories similar to those already mentioned. I lived blocks away from a Modern Dairy store. I would walk or ride my bike there to get these giant sweet tarts. The grape ones were my favorite. I have looked all over for them, but have been unable to find them. Please someone....start making them again! I, too, would stock up!
Joette - April 25, 2010 - Report this comment
Nothing.. absolutely nothing could compare to the taste of a cherry giant Sweetart eaten on a hot summer's day on the walk home from out local Dairy Mart. I remember the tang on my tongue and sweet flavor.... yummy memories. C'mon Nestle &/or Wonka BRING THEM BACK!!
John - April 27, 2010 - Report this comment
Yes, I ate these all of the time in the early 70's. Explains the Diabetes I have today!!
Carolyn - May 09, 2010 - Report this comment
I used to munch on one of these slowly when I was a kid and would have it for more weeks happily and slowly munching. Can't find 'em either!
Amber - May 15, 2010 - Report this comment
I loved giant sweet tarts. when i was a teenager they had them @ sugar mountain. Blue is my all-time favorite. I can't find them anywhere! so sad. p.s. who came up with chewy sweettarts? So lame!
RosieJoplin - May 20, 2010 - Report this comment
YES!!!!please PLEASE bring the giant sweetart back my kids have heard so much about them...and I too have lots of memories of walking home from school licking on a sweetart BRING THEM BACKx87
c. skinner, alabama - May 28, 2010 - Report this comment
I too loved the 3 pack (pink, purple and yellow) giant sweetarts! I agree that whomever came up with the chewy ones was either lame or had no teeth!!!! Wonka- bring them back for the sake of the 70's generation!!!!!! I promise I will stock up 50 cases!!!!! Luv 'em!!!
Robin - June 06, 2010 - Report this comment
I'm so sad that you can't find these anymore. I've looked everywhere and I guess I have to face the fact that this is one retro candy you can't get. I loved the cherry ones!!
Mem - July 24, 2010 - Report this comment
I also have fond memories of those sweet tarts!!! I want them back as well! Also...I remember series 1 and 2 of Wacky Packages. Those were the good old days!
jackie - August 12, 2010 - Report this comment
i used to get them every weekend at the skating rink. my husband and i searched all over town looking for them. so sad
Military Ma - August 22, 2010 - Report this comment
All I can think about is how we all pretty much agree on the fact that either the roof of your mouth or tongue would be raw after eating these. (Although I wouldn't have ever complained) But sadly I bet if we bit into one probably half of us would be calling the dentist or handing the rest of it to the someone pass me a Geritol cuz this is bringing back way too many memories and I can't believe I am this old :)
tammy - August 24, 2010 - Report this comment
i would love to see the giant sweet tarts back,they cam three to a pack purple yellow pink,great at the movies they would last the whole movie,please let me know where and if any of you found them thanks
hollingsworth - November 02, 2010 - Report this comment
bring back the giant sweet tarts (not chewy - taste is not the same at all) i liked the grape, cherry, and pineapple: amazing. i'd stock up as well.
Atlanta - January 11, 2011 - Report this comment
They looked like the soap tablets used at home ( sos tabs ). We bought one along with a slurpee, the best walk home ever. We were lucky to have keeped our teeth when biting into the large sweet tarts. Sweet tarts were teeth breakers, and sugar daddies yanked out your fillings.
Isabelle - February 27, 2011 - Report this comment
I remember elementary school on Valentine's Day, they handed one out to every kid. Good memories! Wish they would bring them back.
CoronadaKid - March 15, 2011 - Report this comment
These are the best! In the 1960's Mom would give me $0.50 and money to buy a carton of Pall Mall cigarettes. I rode my bike about 1.5 miles to the Lone Star IceHouse Drive-In Grocery Store. I would buy five Giant Sweetarts. I bought the carton of cigarettes without an ID and with no questions asked by the clerk. But when I would buy Playboy magazine at age 12 the clerks would smile with me.
ken - April 19, 2011 - Report this comment
Original Giant Sweet tarts came one to a pack. I think they were 5 cents around 1966?. Later they were replaced with a version with two to a pack containing different flavors. The package size was the same, the earlier ones were just twice as thick. I remember licking the think ones until my tongue bled. Would have to wait a day until it healed up enough to resume the candy which would quickly tear up my tongue again. Kinda remember tasting blood with the last third of so of the candy. Wish they would bring them back :) I have to admit I still have a thing for Sweetarts 45 years later. Best time of the year is Valentines day and Easter when they sell the 1/2 pound bags of either hearts, eggs, or ducks/bunnies/chicks for a $1 or two. That time of year I usually look and buy a bag when I find them at the supermarket or pharmacy. The candy is usually gone in a couple of days. I have to admit sometime I don't feel too good after I eat all the candy, but by the next day I am looking for more ..... :)
Jen - May 12, 2011 - Report this comment
I too have been looking for giant sweet tarts the original hard ones, for years.theybhad a sort of H line stamped in them and I'd break them into the three pieces, like two half moons and a middle rectangle then I'd break them more and put them in a suffers box so I could get away with them in school pretending I was munching cough drops. Does anyone remember the giant bazooka bubble gum that was a huge rectangle you could break in two pieces and it was really thick?
Patty - May 22, 2011 - Report this comment
I thought I was the only one who remembered the original Giant SweetTarts!! And yes, they made my tongue bleed too. :-) Someone told me the other day that they saw them in a candy store in Seaside, Oregon. Wonder if they're really the original?
Lynn - May 24, 2011 - Report this comment
I remember my tongue bleeds fondly, but not the time when the giant sweet tart got stuck in my throat. I barely managed to cough it out, so perhaps that's why they don't have them anymore.
Vickie - May 30, 2011 - Report this comment
Nothing compares to the original giant sweet tarts back in the day. I remember they came indiviually wrapped in four colors; pink, purple, green and yellow. The pink and purple were the most popular ones. I remember that I always had a hard time deciding which one to buy between the pink and purple ones. I can still taste the powder confection once you were able to bite into it. Oh the memories!
Trand - June 26, 2011 - Report this comment
I have been loooking for the orgignal sweet tarts for years, alas, no luck. Just one, I just need one grape one! Arrrrggghhh!!!!
nannacats - August 18, 2011 - Report this comment
We have been looking for a L-O-N-G time too, why do they take away all the good stuff. Used to walk to the store and get them for what seemed like pennies now. You're right, made your tongue raw and it was sooooo good!
Here here - September 11, 2011 - Report this comment
The last time saw them was around 1995. Why won't they bring them back? Chewy ones worse for teeth anyway. Also why is Hershey co false advertising original flavors when they replaced the best one, lemon, with blue raz?????
Ron - October 10, 2011 - Report this comment
1960's giant Sweet-Tarts were the greatest even if they were hard on your tongue.
Maggie - October 11, 2011 - Report this comment
I remember the ones in the single pack being the size of a hockey puck. I would scrape them down with my teeth. No bleeding tongue, but my teeth were never the same. Grape was my favorite. I want them back too! The chewy ones are gross.
Ann - October 27, 2011 - Report this comment
I contacted Nestle and they sent the following reply: Dear Ms. Schramm, Thank you for contacting Wonka® SweeTARTS® Candy. As you may know, we produce and market a variety of products. While we would like every store to offer each item we make, it is their decision as to which products they will carry. In response to your inquiry, we do still make the 1.5 ox package of Giant Wonka® SweeTARTS® Candy If the item is not readily available, please ask the store manager for assistance, as it may just be out of stock. Nestlé does not handle direct sales, however we have partnered with two companies, "My Brands and "Net Grocer" for hard to find favorite products. Their prices may be little higher than a retail store and sometimes require a minimum purchase, and they do ship directly to your home. You may place an order with My Brands via their toll free number 1-888-281-6400 or online at My Brands. You may contact Net Grocer online to place an order. We appreciate your interest and hope you will visit our website often for the latest information on our products and promotions. Sincerely, Patricia A. M. Scott Consumer Response Representative Ref: N19255511 as to where the Giant Sweet tarts are sold:
Ann - October 27, 2011 - Report this comment
I should have checked before posting Nestle's comments. Neither one of the aforementioned companies carry the giant Sweet tarts :(
Lynn - November 28, 2011 - Report this comment
Ha! Haa! I was talking to someone about these last night, couldn't remember the name until this AM, looked it up on the net and found this site. I loved these, too, when I was little and had the same experience repeatedly with my tongue raw from licking the Sweet Tart...they were so awesome and so addicting! I'm sure my mom never knew that I was licking these things until my tongue bled. I would REALLY love to have another now...
Heather - December 21, 2011 - Report this comment
I LOVED those Giant Sweet tarts. I'd get thte double pack, in the 70's and pop it in my mouth till a piece of it got soft then scrape it with my teeth, over and over again till my tongue was raw. Then the next day I'd be begging my momma to go up to the corner drug store again!!!!
Bill - January 11, 2012 - Report this comment
Haven't thought about this candy since for decades, but I recall it fondly from the 60s and 70s. I'm surprised it's not made anymore. With all the fat people in our country you'd think it would be a big seller. As for me, I suspect I'd try one or two, satisfy my nostalgia, and probably never have another.
Pamela - January 15, 2012 - Report this comment
This was the best candy. The chewable ones ARE lame. I wish also they would bring these back. And yes, how pathetic, however, I would stock up on these also. : ) Come on candy makers bring 'em back. pleeeeeeeease.
Denise - January 18, 2012 - Report this comment
My sister and I would go down to the store close to our home buy a sack full of penney candy. Alwasys buying a giant sweettart. We licked them until our tongues were raw and blleeding. Where can I find them. I've looked everywhere?
Pat - January 27, 2012 - Report this comment
My single greatest wish before I die is to once again have a cherry-flavored giant sweet tart. To lick it until my tongue bled. To put it into my pocket for later, than pull it out and pick off the pocket lint, before licking it some more. To place it next to my bed on the table right next to my glasses so it was there when I woke up in the morning. To lick it and lick it and lick it until there was nothing left to lick, and eat the last remains. Then head back to Wagners corner store in my neighborhood, plunk down a nickel, and start all over. I could make one of those babies last for days. Of all the great candy we had as kids in the 1960's-1970's giant sweet tarts were the best.
Rick - February 10, 2012 - Report this comment
Wow! All of you are bringing back such good memories. I also do not like the chewy ones. They should bring these back just like they brought back the original Taco Flavor Doritos in So. Cal last year.
Julie from Minnesota - February 17, 2012 - Report this comment
I too remember the Giant sweettarts,and they were my favorite candy..Im 40 years old and I think of them often...I hope one day to see them on the shelf again...I have ate sweettarts since 1972 and will intil I can't No more...good thing you only have to suck on
Mike - February 19, 2012 - Report this comment
I always looked forward to Valentine's and Easter to get them in heart and egg shape. There was also a really cool gum in those shapes back in the day. Can't find that either. The gum kind of broke apart and you could chew it to bring it together again. Loved the Giant (un-chewy) Sweetarts. Great forum!
missy - February 20, 2012 - Report this comment
I have been reading the above posts waiting for one of them to actually say that someone has the REAL sweetarts...but I guess not....they were so much better than anything you can get sad!!!
Carl - February 21, 2012 - Report this comment
Used to go the skating rink on Friday nights. First stop after getting skates was teh concession stand for a 3 pack of the hard version of the Giant Sweetarts. Would eat on these things all night. I miss going to the skating rink but near as much as the Giant Sweetarts. They really need to bring them back!
Zim - February 24, 2012 - Report this comment
I loved big Sweet Tarts. 16 years ago, I remember they sold heart-shaped Sweet Tarts at Valentine's Day and Easter Egg and Chick shaped ones for Easter. That's the closest I've coming to having the large sized ones in years.
John - February 26, 2012 - Report this comment
Original giant sweetarts came in two-packs, red and purple, flat on one side...rounded on the other, packed back to back, flat sides together...late sixties-early seventies. Those were the best...lasted for days...lick, scrape with teeth,,sometimes dipped in water. Later in the seventies they came out with, red and yellow...packed in a row (like the chewy one now)...concave on both sides. not as good as the originals but still, better than nothing. Every time I see the chewy three-packs and see "giant" I feel a fleeting moment of hope...then read the word "chewy" and turn away, spatting in disgust and betrayal.
Rebecca - February 29, 2012 - Report this comment
I too, have a roller rink memory associated with this delicious treat! I WANT MORE!!!
scott - February 29, 2012 - Report this comment
Martha - April 15, 2012 - Report this comment
YES! I wish they would make the Giant Sweetarts, not the chewy kind. I have had an urge to "knaw" on one of those giant tablets for years, now!! Maybe we could start a petition? Those would last me for more than a day! I miss em!
Mary - April 23, 2012 - Report this comment
I loved the giant cherry Sweetarts! 10 cents at my corner store in the late '60s. I wished for years that they would bring them back but I no longer eat sugar so it's probably just as well.
Steve - April 24, 2012 - Report this comment
I have looked and searched on line for these for a long time with a no go. I loved these in the late 60's they were awesome.I am sure if they made them they would be a big seller. Also the old taco doritos were awesome..the new one's they came out with suck in my opinion..not even close to the how things change..please please bring back the giant sweet tarts..
Amber - April 28, 2012 - Report this comment
Come on folks! Write/ email wonka! They need to hear our voice so they know this product is in demand and will make them money!!! I could literally eat giant sweetarts everyday of my life! Also, it would be sooo great if they brought back lime flavor for green instead of green apple in every freggin' candy! Why are they always trying to change the flavors?!!
robyn - May 01, 2012 - Report this comment
hi does anyone know what these were they were flat they were wrapped in clear cellophane and they came in watermellon .cherry ,grape,sour apple cherry ,and you would like them they were hard candy but it was flat like a candy bar and long like a candy bar. thanks
Rose - May 10, 2012 - Report this comment
Today I called Nestle 1 800 225 2270 ,to ask them to bring back the original Sweet Tart .Like all of you , I too longingly remember the Sweet tart and know once you have tasted it, you never forget it . No other fake will do.Please call nestle and let your'e voice be heard.We are Baby Boomers with a passion!!!
itsjustgigi - July 09, 2012 - Report this comment
For years I secretely raided my dad's coin collection for dimes to buy the inch thick sweet tarts in the candy machine at my gradeschool during the sixties. How I MISS THEM. BRING THEM BACK!!!!!!!!!!
Carly - July 11, 2012 - Report this comment
These are my all time favorite candy. I would buy them at the corner store and gnaw on them for a week!
Kat - July 12, 2012 - Report this comment
I wrote to Wonka about bringing back the non chewy lovely soft sweet tarts and this is what I got back: Thank you for contacting Wonka® SweeTARTS® Candy. As you know, we no longer manufacture Wonka® Giant SweeTARTS® Candy. Sales volume was not great enough to justify space on the retailers' shelves. At this time we have no plans to bring back the product; however, please be assured that I have reported your inquiry to our Marketing Department. We appreciate your interest and hope you will visit our website often for the latest information on our products and promotions. Sincerely, Patricia A.M. Scott Consumer Response Representative
Mike - July 26, 2012 - Report this comment
I was those GIANT SWEET TARTS, the hockey puck size. Not the little 1/2" thick but the 1" thick. They were the best candy ever!!!
Don - August 05, 2012 - Report this comment
Back in the mid 60s I'd ride my bike up to the corner store and buy a Giant grape ( purple ) one. Huge and thick, about the size of a Salvo Soap pad if anyone remembers those. Raked my teeth against it all morning. I'd pedal my Opie Taylor bike over to the Tom Thumb Track at strip shopping center, those giant slot car tracks where people would pay for track time. Those were the days. Wish I could hand my 7 year old daughter one of those classic, GIANT Sweet-Tarts now. All kids should have that pleasure.
Angie - August 05, 2012 - Report this comment
It is a wonder I have any teeth still in one piece as I chewed these like raisins. The thrill of unraveling the cellophane back to find a purple one was like money in your piggy bank. The disappointment was a little less with orange, green and yellow the worst and I don't remember giving any away. My mom, was my hook up. She loved me so.
Debora R - August 10, 2012 - Report this comment
I also remember the non chewy large Sweet Tarts. I would love to have one again. I love candy and love how you could suck them for days. I do believe they do not make them anymore because of what it would do to you tongue. but GIVE THEM TO US ! MORE TIME PLEASE>
MJ - September 26, 2012 - Report this comment
I, like John and some others, remember the 2-pack and 3-pack non-chewy versions which were available even into the 80s or early 90s, but I also remember getting the even bigger single-packed ones as a kid *years* before that (early to mid 70s). Our local convenience store only ever carried them in pink (cherry) or purple (grape). Don't know if those single-pack biggies came in other flavors. They were 3-4" in diameter and at least 1/2-3/4" thick. Man, I miss those...
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Cindie - November 21, 2012 - Report this comment
Has anyone tried the little store at a Cracker Barrel Restaurant? I know they have some old time candy there. I also know the only place I can find a Cherry Mash is by the registers at Hobby Lobby Stores
Mary Jo beal - December 26, 2012 - Report this comment
I have been looking for so long. I am so sad that I can not find them anywhere. If anyone does locate them please post to this site.
Diana - December 30, 2012 - Report this comment
I'm still searching for the Giant Sweet Tarts of the seventies too. My friend Rene' and I would walk up to Circle K and get them for a dime each. My favorite was the orange because it was the sweetest of all of the giant sweet tarts. I remember our tongues getting raw from eating those! So worth it.
Erik - January 21, 2013 - Report this comment
I remember two different shapes. One was huge and bowed out on top and bottom. The other was smaller and flat on top and bowed in on the bottom. I couldn't even find any pictures of either shape. If a mold of the old giant sweet tarts existed, you could "home make" them by crushing up the existing sweet tarts (or pixie sticks powder) and make them like soap. Could be a cottage industry here
Barb - January 23, 2013 - Report this comment
I remember stopping at 711 on Mercer Island Wa. and getting them. I loved the lemon ones, and it was one to a pack. Later they came out with 2 to a pack, they were shaped like a flying saucer, my tongue and the roof of my mouth was always raw. Please bring them back.
Dawn - January 30, 2013 - Report this comment
I can still taste the cherry one if I think hard enough. We would climb the mountains,and crawl through bushes with those things. Sore tongues and sticky sugery fingers, the best memories... I didn't care for them when they came two to a pkg. They were harder and the taste and texture just wasn't the same. The 60's single giant sweet tart was the best...
Sheila - February 11, 2013 - Report this comment
I have ALWAYS loved the regular, LARGE Sweettarts. Came 4 in a pack, and I would buy a box of them if I found them now. Haven't been made in many years, and I've sent requests to Wonka. I really wish they would!!!
Sandy - February 20, 2013 - Report this comment
WOW! I started a search for the original-ORIGINAL BIG THICK 1 IN A PACK SWEET TART (WHICH SAYS IT ALL REALLY) and found this sight. It was so much fun reading everyone's "Story". Mine is the same as everyone else's here. What memories. NOW WHERE ARE THESE PEA PICKIN SWEAT TARTS!!!!??"
Melissa - February 22, 2013 - Report this comment
I found this site, while looking for the original large sweettarts. As i sit here sucking on 15 chick, ducks and bunnies. I am sad that they reduced the size of the ones I am eating too. BRING BACK the BIG chicks, ducks, bunniees & the original non chewy.
??????? - March 08, 2013 - Report this comment
I need to know if anyone can tell me if there is or ever was a banana flavored original heart???????????
driggs63 - March 29, 2013 - Report this comment
This is hilarious!! I used to get them from the Redmond Jr. High vending machine as a 6th grader when we'd go there for band practice. I HATED the chewy ones, and really never ate them much after that and had to be content with Smarties, a distant 2nd. :) I used to wack the pack on my desk to break it up. Wow, haven't that about that in ... ever!
Jonathan - March 30, 2013 - Report this comment
Yes Yes Yes!!!!! I feel like I have found family here lol! So glad to see so many others miss the old giant sweet tarts. I can begin to say what I might do for a pack right now. I have posted on the Wonka site, begging them to bring them back. Easily, my all time favorite candy. Mmmmm grape. I too would "break em" before I opened the package. Maybe I can send this link to Wonka so they can see how many people still crave them. Thanks folks, this made my night! (oh, and I agree, the change in the chicks, ducks, and bunnies is highly disappointing, used to be the BEST holiday candy...sadly no longer) (oh yeah, while I am on a roll, NO sweet tart should be blue!!!!!!!!!!!) :-)
Sherry - May 13, 2013 - Report this comment
I was telling my guys about the Giant Sweetarts we used to eat as kids. I found this site as I searched even just an image to show what they looked like. I'm surprised they are so hard to find. :( Sweetarts are the favourite candy in our home.
Pam - May 25, 2013 - Report this comment
I realize I'm dating myself, but I remember these from the '60s. I would Soo enjoy them; even though they made my tongue bleed! Those were the days when they had contests at the 7-11 to name the new Icees and " The Monkees"we're on TV. Good, albeit simpler times.
Dora - May 28, 2013 - Report this comment
Please go to my Facebook page and place your comments. Giant Hard Sweetarts. I have created a page for Wonka to let them know how many people really want them back.
Rob - June 30, 2013 - Report this comment
I wish they'd bring back just the cherry and grape regular sized multi packs, for both Sweetarts and Spree ... don't like the green (except when they used to be lime) or watermelon.
Jacque - July 30, 2013 - Report this comment
The school store across the street from Jr. High. Spending all afternoon finishing it off in class. We couldn't chew gum but they let us have our sweetarts....
Dianne - July 30, 2013 - Report this comment
I craved the hard giant sweet tarts when I was pregnant with my first daughter - she is now 22!! Ours came in a 3 pack - hockey puck size or so - I always ate the yellow first then the pink and saved the purple for last. At that point my tongue was raw but they were so good! Cant stand the chewy ones - the texture is really weird! Bring back my favorites!
Mark - September 05, 2013 - Report this comment
I would love for the Manufacturer to please comment on this site. A Retro or Throw Back candy made in small quantities and a hefty price would be successful. BRING back the Giant Tarts.
VW - September 12, 2013 - Report this comment
Giant Sweet Tarts "THE BEST" the 4 pack ~ BLUE RASPBERRY, CHERRY, GRAPE AND BANANA......MY FAVORITE CANDY ~ I want them back and so do so many others. PLEASE BRING THEM BACK FOR ALL US OLDIES BUT GOODIES....and I bet you will rake in a whole new crowd who will love them too. you won't be disappointed.......and with all the food allergy FOLKS a lot of kids(ADULTS) are so limited on what kind of candies and goodies they can have they need good candies like giant sweet tarts and wacky wafers those are my other favorites that don't contain dairy or chocolate and I am not allergic too or my family wouldn't be ALLERGIC either......PLEASE BRING THESE CANDIES BACK WE WOULD BE SO GREATFUL!!!!!!
Steve - December 07, 2013 - Report this comment
The original one's I remember were in the 60s I was in 4th and 5th grade so count that back I am 55 now. They came one giant one to a pack. That's the original giant sweetart not two but one! I wish they would bring them back. :)
Jennifer - December 24, 2013 - Report this comment
Like so many others I googled Original 1 giant sweet tart and found this sight. They say they didn't have enough of the market to keep them on shelves but my stores always ran out of the giant ones and the small packages were still there. But I keep hoping :). I'm also looking for a sucker from the late 50's, 60's. It was large, flat on one side and rounded on the top with - like little bibles on the top. I only remember grape and cherry. They would have cards inside the wrapper and frequently the card would be for a free sucker. Does anyone remember those?
tangerine tambourinee - December 25, 2013 - Report this comment
please pray hard for hard giant sweet tarts
Sara - January 19, 2014 - Report this comment
I have been looking for these for a long time. They were individually wrapped. Grape and cherry were both great! I wish that they would bring them back! I used to walk down the street from my school with my friends and buy one. We would sit around and eat them while we talked for hours.
Missy - January 19, 2014 - Report this comment
As a kid it was always a treat to ride my bike to the local ice house and purchase the large Sweet tarts! Sure do miss 'em!
carmen - February 05, 2014 - Report this comment
I would like to get a big pink sour hart to for me and my son i always tell him about my childhood how the candy were cheaper & bigger if i knew were there sold today i will get a whole box & the suger mams chocolate coated
Carla - March 20, 2014 - Report this comment
I would definately buy them again!!!
Scott - April 10, 2014 - Report this comment
Yahh i just email someone and they are going to bring back the tart n tinys the original ones not the maybe they will also bring back the original giant sweet tarts
Tj - May 25, 2014 - Report this comment
Reading everyone's comments makes me yearn for my favorite candy. The one scenario that hits so close to home is what Rebecca said. seeing the large pack of Sweettarts, the glimmer of hope and then wham! The word CHEWY, makes me so sad and then mad. We should start a bring back large Sweettarts red, purple (the best) and yellow. Also, why do they put so many blue and green in the package? I wish we could buy just one flavor. Come one Wonka, bring them back. Oh yeah! What happened to the. Bunnies, ducks at Easter? I looked everywhere.
Tom - June 21, 2014 - Report this comment
Let's start a Facebook page dedicated to giant sweet tarts and hope the manufactor brings them back.
Chris - July 02, 2014 - Report this comment
Used to absolutely LOVE these things, and I think I'd still enjoy 'em. Where do I sign? ;) Would stop at the Woolworth's or Cook's in Decatur to get a pack. They were almost all dextrose sugar, as I recall, and made my tongue bleed. And because I kept eating them for the three years that I had braces on my teeth, there are grooves on the surface to this very day!
Julie - July 11, 2014 - Report this comment
When I was a kid we'd walk to the movie theater with $1.00 for treats. .50 for a grape Crush & .50 for a three pack of giant Sweet Tarts! These could last for days. We'd such on them until our tongues bled. We'd put them in our pocket for later & seek them out for days on end. I remember getting caught with one at school in 4th grade & almost being sent to the principal's office for refusing to put my precious sweet tart in the trash! BRING THEM BACK!!!
Ishtar - July 13, 2014 - Report this comment
Oh yes! I certainly remember GIANT Sweetarts! Got one every Friday. My mom would take me grocery shopping. She'd buy chips and dip from Lawson's for her and a GIANT Sweetart for me. We'd get home and eat them watching Secret Agent Man. Perfection!!! Sure wish I could get one now. I'd buy a m ilion of them!!!
Paola - July 23, 2014 - Report this comment
No other candy compares to the non chewy giant sweetarts, specially for people like me who where kids in the 80's, it's so sad we can't find them, hope they can bring them back and also bring them back to Panama, my country!
Angelica - July 24, 2014 - Report this comment
I used to get the three in a pack out of a vending machine when I was little and growing up in Panama. It is part of some very fond memories. I also wish they would make them again! !!
Tera - August 03, 2014 - Report this comment
My daughter says that there is a candy store at Pike's Place Market in Seattle that sell's the original giant sweetarts, I told her to prove it, haven't gotten any yet but I'll let ya know...
bonnie - August 25, 2014 - Report this comment
bring the giant sweetarts pleaSE
Nat - September 18, 2014 - Report this comment
I too have been looking for years. When I was a kid I would go to the corner store and buy the 3 in a pack. I would earn money byt brushing my grandmother's hair. Up until a few years ago you could get the 4 in a pack which were a good aternative (not as good as the larger 3) but better than nothing. But now they are also gone. HEY NESTLE BRING THEM BACK-LOOK AT ALL THE PEOPLE WHO WANT THEM. NO ONE LIKES THE CHEWY!
Jen - October 12, 2014 - Report this comment
I am so thrilled this site exists. I have been searching for hard giant sweetarts for years. When I was little I used to get packs and packs of the original sweetarts in my Easter basket instead of the usual Easter candy. My parents knew that would make me happier than anything else. They were right :-)
Joseph - October 16, 2014 - Report this comment
I keep reading about three in a pack but when I was a kid in the sixties they use to come one to a pack and they were true giants about 1" thick and 2" diameter
tjsstory - October 18, 2014 - Report this comment
I loved those giant cherry sweet tarts! The chewy ones are not good, IMHO. I also agree with a previous comment about flavor changes from lime to green apple (not a fan!) and the old original Taco Doritos. The Midnight Taco flavor was close, but of course, that was for a limited time and now no longer available. :( Does anyone remember a roll candy like Smarties that were fizzy? I have searched and searched the internet and all I can find are the drink tablets, not the candy. I also remember a roll candy (again, like smarties) where the candies were all different colors like Life Savers without the hole. I grew up in Little Rock, Ark in the 1960s and The Mousetrap Candy Shop was THE BEST. Now that's something I wish would come back...
Rene - October 30, 2014 - Report this comment
Where do we get these huge sweet tarts? They made my toungue bleed licking on them, from early 70's!
Scott - November 08, 2014 - Report this comment
I am 51 years old and would frequently love to enjoy the old giant hockey puck tarts again!
Michelle - December 13, 2014 - Report this comment
This is a riot I ran across these comments searching for the giant , not chewy sweet tart from my childhood! Maybe we should all start a post on Facebook demanding they bring back our favorite candy! I'm game!
NanetteKapi - December 19, 2014 - Report this comment
I was on Facebook trying to explain this my favorite candy to have my friends who would sneak off campus (I could not go cuz my mom was a teacher)at Old University Heights Jr. High school to the back then NEW 7-11 store built right next to the school. U was searching for an image but could not find it either. Love reading everyone's stories too.
Ann - January 18, 2015 - Report this comment
Remember when Razzles came back, because they were featured in the movie 13 going on 30....well, we need someone to do a movie.."Little Rascals, Remix" and feature the Giant NON CHEWY SweeTarts. Someone...make this happen!!!
Janet - April 14, 2015 - Report this comment
Oh yeah! Sore tongue! Those were the days (:
Erin - April 28, 2015 - Report this comment
1997 was the last year the Giant Tarts were out. They were a favorite of me & my siblings in the 70s. When I was pregnant with my second child in 1997, I could only have one sweet thing a week due to gestational diabetes so my older brother ordered a case of Giant Tarts and doled me out one a week!! He went back for more & the drug store said they discontinued them. I was devastated! Same year they put a coating on the Tart N Tinies!! :( boo
Rob - June 05, 2015 - Report this comment
I remember reading something a long while ago that the reason they discontinued them was that they were considered a choking hazard. Harmph! Way I see it, if you're dumb enough to choke to death on a giant sweet tart, then you should simply get your Darwin award and move along to the next plane of existence and let the rest of us enjoy our damn candy. Sheesh! :-)
Karen - June 14, 2015 - Report this comment
Loved these. They seemed huge. I would always get these at the pool because they would last all afternoon. No biting allowed - we would lick until our tongues could take no more - wrap it up for an hour or two and start again. THEY WERE THE BEST!!! BRING THEM BACK, PLEASE!!!!!!
Rich - June 15, 2015 - Report this comment
I've been looking forever for the Giant Tarts. Loved them in the 70's as a kid. Still eat the regular sized rolls they have now but the chewy ones stink. Every once in awhile my kids will buy me the chewy ones in the hopes that I'll like them too. Not gonna happen!
Joe Carrier - June 26, 2015 - Report this comment
I too like a lot of the folks long to get those large sweet tarts that made my tongue raw, I've looked a long time for them also, I know I was getting them from the first time they hit the market, the chewy ones don't cut it, would be nice if they would bring back the old ones, while I'm still alive. 😝 sour face
Tee - July 28, 2015 - Report this comment
Love the giant sweetarts not chewey wish I could find them to this day I love sweethearts bring them back Wonka....please
James - August 10, 2015 - Report this comment
I remember the single giant sweetart from the late 60's early 70's they lasted for hours and they did make your tongue and mouth raw... Mmmm then a few years later they split the sweetart into 2 pieces with a channel down the middle of each piece, i loved them as the one big piece though... I think they were made by a company called O peechee
Lorah - August 12, 2015 - Report this comment
Alias smith and jones, dark shadows and giant sweet tarts that made your tounge bleed. 🎈👍🏻 good times
Tim - August 15, 2015 - Report this comment
Yes rememeber well the single then then the two pack. I would look until i found purple with green. Those two were my favorite. WOW. i had asked the old time candy store about them. All you see today is the CHEWY type. Not even close. Wow Memories, I used to buy these every week, Lance BBQ corn chips, Barq's rootbeer in bottle and a two Sweet tart pack. Those were the days.
Karen Tulina - August 18, 2015 - Report this comment
I have been searching for 10 years the hockey puck size sweethearts, you know the kind that made your tongue bleed. Please bring em back.
Susan - August 21, 2015 - Report this comment
Yes I have been searching like the rest of you. I love the non-chewy ones too! Also the small ones have changed the flavor of the green ones from when I was a kid. They were not green apple and now they tast that way...YUK. I loved the giant heart shaped ones too! So they still make them but nobody has who is buying them to resell?
Randy - September 07, 2015 - Report this comment
Nice to see others are looking for them also. I would love to see them. The chewy ones are lame.
Sabrina - September 08, 2015 - Report this comment
Lol, I thought I was the only one. Loved, loved, loved giant sweet tarts.
Darren - September 22, 2015 - Report this comment
I loved them too...the grape and cherry halves how about the one chunk giant sweet tarts? grape and or cherry?
Steve - October 10, 2015 - Report this comment
I too loved the giant original not chewy sweet tart. They were in the same shape as the original sweet heart, only they were about 3 inches round and about 1 1/2 inches thick - loved'em!!!!!!!!!!!! Bring them back, please, bring them back :)
David - October 22, 2015 - Report this comment
With all of the emphasis on nostalgia, it's hard to imagine why Nestles would not bring these back.
Karen - November 05, 2015 - Report this comment
My favorite candy of all time! I used to get 3-4 packs with my allowance and try to make them last the week but I always weakened and ate them and had to wait for what seemed like a lifetime to buy more. I would buy them again if they were made!!!!
Michele Miers - November 14, 2015 - Report this comment
I would ride my bike to Rose and Bills in Bolton CT , before school to but these. The best lasting candy ever! Happy memories and would love for them to make these again!
melissa pinckney - December 09, 2015 - Report this comment
Come on please bring them back I have been looking for these for twenty plus yrs and they haven't been back and never will. But if somebody finds them hit me up I'll pay for a case for you to
Renee - Sweet Tart Addict - January 10, 2016 - Report this comment
I have searched high and low for the giant NON-CHEWEY Sweet Tarts - 3 to a pack and they would change colors as you sucked on them. Yes, they made the roof of my mouth sore but it was worth it. Also miss the large Cupids they had around Valentine's Day - remember the white ones - would love to have these back. AND they need to quit messing with the flavors - todays just don't taste the same as yester-years!! I contacted them years ago and told them - if it ain't broke, don't fix it!!!! They sent me a coupon for a free roll of Sweet Tarts. They should listen to us - we are their best taste testers and they had a good thing going. BTW, I agree there should never be a blue sweet tart and never ever should have changed the green from lime to green apple - UGHHH what were they thinking??
Adyno - January 28, 2016 - Report this comment
I am from Panama. I am still looking for the giant sweet tart (hard candy not the chewy) and I am very sad. My wife brought me a chewy one by confussion. I hate the chewy as because of them "MY" giant sweet tart hard candy disappeared. :-(((
Darleen - February 07, 2016 - Report this comment
I've FOUND the 4 pack GIANT Sweet tarts. You have to buy, by the case. Amazon has the 4 pack (which is half the width of the singles, I bought) Amazon has the case (36) 4 packs for $24.18 & free shipping. If they're out has the same size case for $36
Darleen - February 07, 2016 - Report this comment
Oh yes, Amazon has 3 pages of every shape & size of Sweet Tarts. I found them under Images of Giant Sweet Tarts. Sorry I don't know how to post a link :(
Laura - February 07, 2016 - Report this comment
Really, I called the Wonka Company directly...loved loved loved the 4 pack of regular Giant tarts--NEED THEM BACK
Greg - February 08, 2016 - Report this comment
and I thought I was the only 1 who missed those giant hard sweet tarts(not the chewy ones). I'd buy 'em in a heart beat of they were available. Checked Amazon as someone posted above, all they have is the lame tasting chewy ones.
Darleen - February 08, 2016 - Report this comment
Sorry, I thought all the Giant Sweet Tarts were hard & didn't realize these Giants are chewy :(
marilyn - February 09, 2016 - Report this comment
The closest I have come to finding something remotely as good as our childhood giant sweet tarts is the large Smarties sucker. I grab a few every time I eat at cracker barrell because they have them in their nostalgic candy section but im sure the are available online too.
Scott Ballard - March 09, 2016 - Report this comment
The Giant Hard Sweet Tarts were the best! Most of my friends don't remember them. They definitely need to bring them back!!
Suzie Black - March 16, 2016 - Report this comment
Everyone should email Nestlie and tell them we want the giant hard, not chewy, sweetarts back!
Scot - March 27, 2016 - Report this comment
Yah whats up with them not bringing them back we would all buy them I know i would O.O.
Anthony - March 27, 2016 - Report this comment
So...I'm just going to make some if Wonka doesn't want to. If anyone wants to help out or buy some once I'm done making them, email me at:
Sadie Negus - April 02, 2016 - Report this comment
I think it's a crime not bringing them back. IT'S NOT FAIR!!!!!
Karla Cormier - April 07, 2016 - Report this comment
I use to find the giant (hard) sweet tart at Knotts berry farm, haven't seen them lately
ALTA - October 06, 2016 - Report this comment
Kathleen - October 11, 2016 - Report this comment
I loved the large Sweet Tarts...used to eat them while I was doing homework. Had to hide them from the sib's and parents. My parents HATED them due the sugar and food coloring. But, I found places to buy them behind their backs and it was my secret pleasure. Soaking in a warm bath, reading a good book eating my secret sweet tart. Or late night rain storms, reading a good book with a flashlight under bedsheets munching on a sweet tart. They lasted forever and are a fond memory.
Brandon - October 22, 2016 - Report this comment
Oh man what I would give to have just one more. Thank you all for sharing in my suffering and making me feel less alone. :) I hope for all of us... that we get to have these again before our days are up.
Trisha - October 22, 2016 - Report this comment
Seriously who do we need to contact about bringing old school Sweetarts back? My dad brought my sister MnMs and Sweetarts for me in the 70s. Giant Sweetarts were the best! The last time I had them was in 1985. I've been going through withdraw for 31 years. Just think what a killing they would make if they put them on the market again. You would think if they are smart enough to make the best candy known to humankind they would be smart enough to bring giant Sweetarts back. Just saying.
Sonya - November 02, 2016 - Report this comment
In junior high we would sneak under the back fence (the nuns couldn't see us back there) run a block to "Johnny's Variety" to buy the giants. We would lick them until our tongues were sore. So Good! Bring em back... I'd buy them!!
AlphaGe - January 19, 2017 - Report this comment
I love, love, love the Classic Sweetarts!!! I ate them when I was in school, ate them throughout my 3 pregnancies and would so very much LOVE to have a couple of cases of them again. The small ones are ok, but doesn't have the same impact as having a large one in your mouth to scrape your teeth on and run your tongue over it until it is raw. Please bring our favorites back, the chewy ones are crap, I bought them one time, just to try and hoped the whole time that it would be close to the classic ones, but of course they were not even close, a waste of time and money. I don't understand why the company stopped making them, nor why they won't bring them back. I'm? pretty sure it would make some good profits for them. Please Nestle could you think about bringing them back, maybe for special holidays to see how sales would be, with a little advertising I bet you would be truly surprised. If not on grocers shelves, how about make them for online orders only, then I think you would see that they definitely would sell on the shelves. The 4 packs were heaven, although to be able to purchase individual colors would be nice too!!! I would purchase them by the cases if it were allowed. Give it at least a thought. Thanks for listening and I'm glad I found so many others like me. 😏😀
MistyD - March 14, 2017 - Report this comment
Oh, I LOVED Sweettarts back in the 60's & 70's!! And yes, especially the large ones! I think in my day, it was the three pack, pink, purple & blue, curved on both sides?? I don't remember the two pack with the flat side, that someone in this forum mentioned. I remember staying home sick one day by myself and my Mom bought me regular size sweettarts and a Pepsi, Dr. Pepper or a coke (I can't remember) and I put one of the sweettarts in my Coke and it made it overflow. Boy, was I bummed out :o(. BUT, THEY SEEMED TO NOT ONLY GET RID OF THE BIG SWEETTARTS, BUT THEY ALSO SEEMED TO CHANGE THE FORMULA. They used to be a lot harder and they tasted ALOT BETTER. Then they changed the taste and they made them more crumbly, were they dissolve way too quickly. I used to fantisize about having a pool of sweettarts, that I could dive into and eat all day and then, when they changed the taste and made them a lot softer, I got to the point, that I didn't like them at all anymore and I quit eating them. They did the same thing with Cheetos. Cheetos were so good back in the day and then they changed the taste and added a lot of toxic ingredients and I went fron loving them to hating them. BUT THEN, not so long ago, they came out with a new, organic corn, healthy Cheeto and it tastes delicious like the old formula did. WHY DO THEY CHANGE THINGS THAT ARE ALREADY FANTASTIC AND MAKE THEM AWFUL?? I DON'T GET IT. PLEASE BRING BACK THE OLD SWEETTARTS FROM THE 1960'S & 1970'S! YOUR SALES WILL SOAR!!
Vicki - March 19, 2017 - Report this comment
The 4-pack of Giant Sweet Tarts were the best - Purple/Grape, Blue/Raspberry?, Yellow/Banana? & Pink/Cherry. They were my favorite in the 60s & 70s. I would buy a few at the same time. For someone with a sweet tooth like me, these really hit the spot. The Chewy ones of today do not appeal to me at all. Please bring them back. I would rush right out and buy them now.
Anonymous - May 09, 2017 - Report this comment
The closest thing I have found are giant smarties and mega smarties. They are hard like sweettarts, (not chalky like smarties).
Debbie - December 14, 2017 - Report this comment
No one ever believes me when I tell them about these giant sweetarts. I would walk down to Tick Tock with my brothers and buy my sweetart. It was my all time favorite. I tell everyone it was the size of a yoyo! I would just grind it down with my bottom teeth until. It was small enough to pop in my mouth I wish I could get them again.
Sue - December 28, 2017 - Report this comment
I wish I could find them. Always had them on school field trips. They were the best!
Alyson - January 11, 2018 - Report this comment
I found my tribe here! Sorry it took me so long. My favorite memory of the giant sweetart not chewy is the grape flavored one. Grape was first, then cherry, and then the other colors. Also...wasn't orange a sweetart flavor ever?
Connie - January 30, 2018 - Report this comment
I remember these, 2 to a pack and had a factory made 'H' shape through the middle of them on ne side, so you could bust them into smaller pieces if you wanted. The other side was slightly rounded in shape and they were packaged, flat sides against each other. One was a light pink and the other was a light purple colour. I would love to even find a picture of them - just to see them again. In the 70's they cost .10 cents a pack. And then they increased them to .20 cents which seemed insane at the time. LOL. I've searched with no luck. Anyone else?
Barb - February 11, 2018 - Report this comment
For Valentine's Day my mom would bring me a whole box of the hard sweetarts. They were the size of hockey pucks but heart shaped for the holiday. I wrote a letter to Sweetart to make more yellow and green ones which were my favorites. Never happened.
Tammie - March 01, 2018 - Report this comment
Hello, Like all of you I grew up with these wonderful addictive candies. After hours looking for them online I wrote to the Nestle Company who now owns Wonka, this was their reply, "Our Giant SweeTART® candies were retired in 2007. We will let the team know that you would like to see them make a comeback. When a product is discontinued, it is not done impulsively. We take into account many factors. Decisions to discontinue or introduce a flavor or size are made in response to consumer preferences and purchasing patterns throughout the country. Usually retired products do not come back." Sorry folks, short of a miracle we will never get to enjoy the original Giant Sweetarts again.
Chris - March 03, 2018 - Report this comment
Oh my! I should be sleeping but I was lying in bed thinking about my childhood and of course the giant Sweettart was a part of almost every memory! I googled just to see if anyone ever mentioned them and I found this site. I’ve read every comment and loved them all! I too remember and long for the giant hockey puck Sweettarts. My friends and I used to go to Strouds store and get one almost every day. I’m talking about the original, single pack ones that were so huge they would last forever. Grape was my favorite and I’d lick it until it was wet enough to start scraping it with my teeth. It is so sad that we can no longer get them. I still buy the rolls of small ones, and I agree with everyone else that the chewy ones are disgusting! Who buys those? Also, why did they stop putting orange in the rolls and instead putting so many blues and yellows in? Anyway, what I wouldn’t give to be able to buy a carton or two of those huge Sweettarts. They bring back memories of bike riding, catching June bugs, running through the sprinkler and going swimming in the community pool! Man, I miss those times and those giant Sweettarts that were always a part them. Bring back the Sweettarts!
Karen - March 24, 2018 - Report this comment
Like all of you, I have wonderful childhood memories of the giant, solid Sweet Tart! Grape was my favorite flavor. I’d get it Friday night when the whole family went to the grocery store, after my mom’s Beauty Shop appointment! And then I’d gnaw on it off & on all weekend. {sigh} Wonder why they won’t bring it back in their retro candy lineup? It’s a little sad just how happy that would make me!😅
DenMonster - June 11, 2018 - Report this comment
I thought I was probably the only one who got sentimental about scraping my tongue raw on a summer walk home from the neighborhood store. Or smuggling the same one into the theater that night. The Chewy ones....LAME. Bringing them back may be a good enough reason to return to prayer.
Pidge - July 18, 2018 - Report this comment
Thanks for the walk down memory lane. I too still look for the giant ones.
Toni - July 26, 2018 - Report this comment
Wow! {CX thought I was the only one to miss these original Giant Sweet Tarts! Like most of you, I too liked the grape candy. I would finish that candy in a day! Yes raw bleeding tongue! But who cared, not me! I agree with Karen, the Giant Sweet Tarts bring back wonderful childhood memories of bike riding, catching lightning bugs, running through the sprinkler and going swimming in the community pool and playing kick ball with all the kids in my neighborhood. It's nice to read all of these wonderful experience, I feel I belong to one Giant Sweet Tart family! (C8 Yeah...Bring back the Original Giant Sweet Tarts!
Debi K - August 25, 2018 - Report this comment
I have been looking everywhere for the giant sweet tarts that are hard and not chewy. I used to love them. Pleasssssse bring them back. I dom'tlike the chewy ones, they are not the same. Please nestle, wonka, bring them back!!!!! :(
MD - September 18, 2018 - Report this comment
I used to fantasize about having a pool full of the ORIGINAL HARD SWEET TARTS from the 70's. THEY WERE SO GOOD!! ESPECIALLY THE CHERRY ONES! (OH AND THE GIANT CHERRY ONES! LOOOOVED!), but then they changed the taste and the texture for the hard ones and I stopped liking them. They also came out with the chewy ones, which I don't care for. WHY DID THEY THEY CHANGE THE ORIGINAL, PERFECT SWEET TARTS? I stopped buying them. i don't like them anymore. If they would go back to the orginal formula, I would buy them by the boatloads! Sweet Tart Company, Willy Wonka, whomever it is that makes sweet tarts these days: GO BACK TO THE ORIGINAL SWEET TARTS!!!
MistyD /MD - September 21, 2018 - Report this comment
So nice to see all of you sweetart lovers on here! And I laughed outloud at DenMonster's comment: Yes, perhaps we should pray about this! Ha! : o) Gimme my old fashioned, ORIGINAL SWEETARTS DADGUMMIT! Okay, and so for the record, Cherry was my absolute favorite, Grape was my second favorite & then the Green would be third in line & I think they dumped the orange, because it tasted a lot like baby aspirin. That one wasn't one of my favorites. And that's my two cents for what it's worth.

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