Food of the Seventies, Goober Grape

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This is actually a question about one of your entries. It says Goobers but I think those were chocolate covered raisins and the peanut butter and jelly mixed in one jar (which is still available!) was called Goober Grape.
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MIke - January 29, 2008 - Report this comment
Goobers were the chocolate covered peanuts and raisinets were the chocoalate covered raisins. They were made by the same company and use to advertise them together. Nestle makes raisinets now and haven't sen goobers in years
crazy amy - September 06, 2008 - Report this comment
you can still buy goober grape and goober strawberry at least ive seen them at walmart.the jar had peanutbutter and jelly stripes which looked like a pinwheel if you looked at it from the top when you opend the jar.it was GREAT the catch was not scooping out a row of jelly or peanut butter by itself because you liked it-this was a sure fire way to piss off your sibling-MOM! AMY SCOOPED OUT JUST THE JELLY FROM THE GOOBER GRAPE_NOW THERES ONLY PEANUTBUTTER! my brother was stupid and now hes ok.
i remember - April 20, 2010 - Report this comment
the grocery store, the 70's, being a kid, and seeing the eyes of goober grape and peanut. amazing stuff.
JONMANKUTA@aol.com - July 02, 2010 - Report this comment
If anyone has an empty Goober Grape jar from the 1970s or early 80s, please email me as I'm looking to buy one!
Hauntedheadful - June 05, 2012 - Report this comment
I just told my girlfriend's eight year old daughter about this and she looked at me like I was nuts.Little does she know,I already bought a jar to give to her next week.Sweet Vindication!
Sharry - January 15, 2014 - Report this comment
Goober-Grape will always remind me of day camp. In NYC, when I went to church day camp, they provided lunches for us kids. Sometimes, we got 2 slices of bread (in plastic), a small tub of Goober-Grape w/ a wooden spoon-stick (like the kind w/ ice-cream cups), an orange or an apple, juice, and a packet of crackers or cookies. Yeah, field trips to the pool, and Goober-Grape!

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