Food of the Seventies, Spearmint Puffs

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Not like a typical hard candy, these were roughly the size, shape and weight of a pingpong ball and would dissolve INSTANTLY in your mouth. They came in a medium sized clear plastic bag and were also available in butterscotch or cherry. I wish I knew the name. Used to get em at Eckerd Drugs. So, sooo good.
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robin - November 24, 2008 - Report this comment
I am searching for this Candy. Any luck in your search. These were the best candies ever along with Summit Candy bars with were also CANCELED. Let me know if you had any luck location a supplier of this candy. thanks!!!
ted - February 08, 2009 - Report this comment
i used to buy the same ones from k-mart i am also looking for them. i am going to and ask if they will see if they can find them. talk to you soon. wish me luck.
Michele D - March 06, 2009 - Report this comment
I have also been looking for these for years. I did talk to a lady that owns a local candy store and she thinks they were taken off the market because their were some problems with the elderly and young children inhaling and choking on them because they were so light. I was so disappointed so if this isn't the case, I would love to know. My grandmother always had them and it brings back great memories - this was in the 70's/80's timeframe
Kyle - April 10, 2011 - Report this comment
I remember these and also have been searching for them. I used to get them at Bumpas Emporium on the Historic Tallmadge Circle.
jim r - February 01, 2014 - Report this comment
Hi everyone. i remember those spearmint puffs as a kid. im 39now.i c the pepermint ones everywhere but no luck with spearmint ones.
Lori v - April 03, 2017 - Report this comment
I think they also had cinnamon flavored ones. I liked the spearmint. I think the cherry was kind of tart. My dad got me hooked on these. I wish they would start making them again.

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