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Same as you described the scrunch bar. Somewhere around 1970 I ate a whole case (24) of them they were soooooo good. Musta had a good case of the munchies that nite. I whish I could find them again!
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Susan - June 09, 2007 - Report this comment
When I was in 4th grade during the seventies I would walk past a drugstore on my way to and from school. On the way home my best friend Marilyn and I would stop almost every day to buy a Willie Wonka Super Scrunch bar. We'd hang out in front of the drugstore savoring each bite of our chocolate delight then we would take a short cut through the woods, go down to the creek and catch frogs, turtles and crawdads! We were quite the tomboys back then! Today as a full grown woman I still crave those Super Scrunch bars. It was my most favorite candy bar in the world and just the thought of that light, crispy, peanut buttery chocolate bar takes me back to that creek with my freckled faced friend laughing, wading barefoot and just being a carefree kid. Man I'd love to have another one of those candy bars right now!
harold - September 14, 2007 - Report this comment
the new butterfinger crisp candy bars are the same thing. :)
Gary - December 14, 2007 - Report this comment
I worked at the factory in St. Louis where we produced the Willi Wonka candies for Quaker Oats. The factory, Concorde Confections, was latered purchased by Nestle and ultimately shut down sometime in the 90's. It was a great place to work, most all of us were in our early twenties. We were working to produce another bar when I left, it was going to be called the Scrumdelisious. Nestle sells a very similiar bar called "Whatchmacallit" I believe. However ours was a little differant with ours using chocolate rice crispys. Somedays we produced as much as 40,000 scruch bars a day.
Dave Denoyer - January 13, 2008 - Report this comment
Around 1972 I was 12 years old. These bars were no doubt my favorite candy of all times! We had a small strip mall about two blocks from my house that had a drugstore, grocery store, five and dime and a pizza place. Those days have far gone and the drugstore where I would buy these candy bars has also moved out but I still have the same desire to get some of these candy bars! Is there anything even close to these out there? I would love to find even a close substitute! Thanks! dave
Andy - January 14, 2008 - Report this comment
It was probably around 1972 and I would have been 11 then. That summer, me and my younger brother would walk downtown almost every day on the way back from the beach or the harbor. We'd always stop at the paper store and I'd get as many super scrunches as I had money for from my paper route(usually 3 or 4) and a bottle of red cream soda. Then we'd walk home back up the hillside and as we'd go, I'd eat each scrunch bar and he'd ask for a "tidbit" so I'd break the end off of each bar and give it to him. We always opened the wrappers carefully and smoothed them out with our thumbnails. We shared a room and I wallpapered the entire inside of our closet door with row upon row of super scrunch wrappers all neatly taped up with scotch tape.
Paul - July 07, 2008 - Report this comment
Wow...I'm glad I'm not the only one. Just got an email offering Modern Day Willie Wonka candies and I replied that "I'm looking for a Super Skrunch Bar, haven't had one since about '72". That seems to be THE YEAR reading the above. If I remember 36 years later it supports my vaguely remembering sense of the Super Skrunch was the BEST CANDY BAR OF ALL TIME. Help me remember though what exactly was in it!? (I never saw the movie)
Wally - September 11, 2008 - Report this comment
I too worked at the factory in St. Louis from 1971 to 1973. During that time I remember the Skrunch bar being made from a peanut butter and Rice Krispie mix covered in chocolate. We also produced the Skrumdidleyumptious bar that was milk chocolate and chocolate Rice Krispies topped with caramel and covered in milk chocolate. Then there were Ompas which were like M&M's only bigger, half peanut butter and half chocolate with a hard candy shell. Nothing like the ompas sold today. I remember these ingredients well because I was the one who had to keep those hoppers full!! They used to call me Wally Wonka..... Those were fun days.
Gary - December 05, 2008 - Report this comment
Wally I read your post this morning and I was trying to place you, we were both there during the same period, but it has been many years! I was the second shift operator in charge of forming the Rice Krispy/Peanut Butter slab, just before it went into the cooling tunnel ahead of the enrobing room. I used to bring home a plastic bags full of free Ompas to my little sister (they wouldn’t allow us to bring out wrapped candy) and you would have thought it was Christmas morning for her. What a great place to work, and we produced great candies. And what fun it was working with all those pretty “Kelly Girls.” Unfortunately I did hear that Hershey shut the facility down. I do think if they were still running I would try to go back to work for them.
Rich - February 20, 2009 - Report this comment
I remember when I was in the third grade Super Scrunch bar was the best ever! Wow those where the days. Remember Happy Days, The fonz? You guys must be old.Ha ha. ok Rex de copa
Matt - February 22, 2009 - Report this comment
I blame the loss of these great candy bars to corporate greed and monopolization. All we see now are Snickers bars and M&M's. I suspect the original great 70's Wonka line was eliminated at the stroke of the pen to save a few bucks.
Paula and Vickie - February 28, 2009 - Report this comment
OMG!! My little sister Vickie and I have been looking for things online about The Skrunch Bar for years. We use to have a skrunch bar every single day and absolutely loved them!! We wish they still maked them so that our kids and grandkids could enjoy a "real" candy bar. Those were the best days..
Todd - April 18, 2009 - Report this comment
Can't believe this was the first google hit i got for my search for this candy bar. This was my favorite candy bar when I was a kid (back in the 70s) and was so very upset when they stopped making them. Glad to find kindred Wonka spirits!
Wally - May 26, 2009 - Report this comment
Gary, My first job was 3rd shift sanitation, Later I worked upstairs on a mezzanine keeping hoppers full of rice crispies, powderd sugar, peanuts and such. Those were great candy bars. I guess sales weren't enough to keep making them.
Victor - May 31, 2009 - Report this comment
I am from Affton Mo where they made the Super Scrunch. My parents owned a grocery store there (Moheskys) and we were one of the test market stores for their new candies. When the WW Super Scrunch came out I tried one and thought it was the best candy bar I had ever had. I featured the Super Scrunch in the candy section at the store and we had trouble keeping them in stock even though they were made only about 3 miles away.
Gary - September 14, 2009 - Report this comment
Wally, My first job was also on the sanitaton crew, and I'm proud to say to all, this was the cleanest facility I've ever worked in. You here horror stories about dirty facilities, none to tell here. Trying to place you, did you marry one of the Kelly girls that worked there? I was there 9/71 - 9/72, I made slab before it was cut and enrobed with chocolate.
Julie - September 24, 2009 - Report this comment
Wow! I have missed that candy bar for decades, and now I see I'm not alone! By far the best candy bar I've ever had. And I loved the Oompas too... There was a small store/burger shop across the street from our school. It was a daily stop for one of those two treats... usually the Scrunch bar... Thanks for sharing all these great memories!
Jon - September 24, 2009 - Report this comment
I started working at a drugstore around 1978 and I remember every break I took I had a Coke and a Skrunch bar. Greatest candy bar ever. Sure wish they would bring it back. I am now a candy buyer for a hobby / craft company in OKC and I just sent an email to my Nestle salesman requesting they bring the Skrunch Bar back. Hope springs eternal.
Matt - September 29, 2009 - Report this comment
Summer of '79 till summer '80 every time I went to the local 7-11 here in Los Angeles bought a Skrunch Bar every time.I had so many in that timeframe I finally got tired of them but I'd have to say still my all-time favorite candy bar. Of course after they were discontinued then I wanted one! Bring em back....
Mary - October 15, 2009 - Report this comment
I LOVED the Skrunch Bar, and nothing compares. Does anyone remember Oompahs? I am not sure that is what they were named, but they were sorta like enormouse m&m's but they were half choc/half peanut butter?
laurie - November 24, 2009 - Report this comment one has ever believed me when I told them that my favorite candy bar was the Willy Wonka Scrunch bar!!! NOW the proof is here!!! I miss it...if anyone can bring it back please do!!
Jim L - December 03, 2009 - Report this comment
I remember in the 70s going to of all places Kelly’s drug store to get at least one scrunch bar and a bag of Oompahs. I loved those candies! The drug store was across the street from my school and it would make a great lunch some days, and other days a super treat after school. Glad to hear they were part of other lives also. I tried finding these candies from stores that claim to have all the old candies but of course no luck. I wonder if the recipe is for sale. Were there a lot of Kelly girls there or were they twins?
Robert - December 21, 2009 - Report this comment
Helen Grace Chocolates has a Peanut Butter candy bar that tastes like it
Gary - February 02, 2010 - Report this comment
Kelly Girls was a temporary employment agency, like ManPower, we were making so many Super Skrunch Bars and Oompahs that Concorde Confections hired temps to package the candy. I guess they were unsure how long the demand would last. Keep writing to bring back the candy…the facility is still there…setting idle just waiting.
Mark - March 11, 2010 - Report this comment
Nice to see I not the only person who has fond memories of the Scrunch Bar. " BRING THEM BACK !!! "
Bob - March 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Loved the Scrunch Bar. Apparently, Johnny Depp loved them too. I had read an article that he was going to try and bring them back. Apparently, it didn't happen...too bad.
Pottsy - March 24, 2010 - Report this comment
Definetly very fond memories of the Scrunch bar. And I also miss them. I think the major chocolate companies conspired to buy the recipe and take it off the market. Just a thought. Can't beleive its sales caused it to be taken off the market. No other bar compares, it actually goes best with Dr. Pepper(impereal sugar).
Wally - April 21, 2010 - Report this comment
I actually liked the Skrumdidleyumptious bar better. I guess the milk chocolate and caramel tasted better to me, But don't get me wrong , I enjoyed plenty of Skrunch bars also! The Gary I knew at the factory lived in Festus or around that area. He and I were actually pretty good pals.
Jb - April 23, 2010 - Report this comment
Skrunch bars were the best! I still think about them and I'm 46!
Vicky - April 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Marilyn - May 08, 2010 - Report this comment
Love the Wonka'd think they would of made a come back with the new Willie Wonka movies! Wishful thinking! Anyone remember Jets cereal?
baby 379046208745 - May 09, 2010 - Report this comment
I have never had one I'm only 10 but I want to get my Dad one for Fathers Day. ( He used to love them!)
Gary - May 14, 2010 - Report this comment
Yes, Skrumdidleyumptious was my favorite too! Maybe smelling the peanut butter all day had something to do with it. To make the Super Scrunch Bar we made our own peanut butter, and we made a lot of it. Still not fond of it. Wally, I do not remember another Gary while I was there, I did date one of the Kelly Girls that lived near Festus. I was from Illinois.
Matt - June 12, 2010 - Report this comment
Bring back the Scrunch Bar it was the best.
twila - June 27, 2010 - Report this comment
GARY, WALLY, and EVERYONE ELSE: I am feverishly collecting old Wonka candy wrappers, candy boxes, and any items associated with them. If anyone reading this has any wrappers or boxes to any old Wonka candy from the 1970s (or early-mid 80s), PLEASE EMAIL ME as I would pay good cash for some of this stuff...Everlasting Gobstoppers (especially in the original 2-pack cello wrappers), Oompas, Wonka Bar, Skrunch, Nerds (the early boxes), Scrumdiddlyumptious, ANY of it...please please please email me!!!!
Ninja - August 20, 2010 - Report this comment
I thought that I was the only one who remembered. No one that I have asked does. These were the absolute best candy bars in the world. And I just turned 45.
Gena & Melanie - September 18, 2010 - Report this comment
We are two girls who have been best friends for 35 yrs. We were just on the phone talking to each other and once again one of us was craving a Scrunch candy bar. Waaahhhh! I wish they would start making them again. Neither of us have not found another candy bar to replace it. They were scrumptious! Used to eat them all the time. Best chocolate fix there was! Yuuuuummmmmy!
Slick - November 08, 2010 - Report this comment
These candy bars were the best! Nothing has come close as my favorite all time candy bar and some people I know have claimed these never existed (thank goodness for this website.) I remember buying these as a kid in Midvale, Utah at Vincent Drug Store (it was featured in the movie “The Sandlot”)...I can still remember how they tasted!
jace - November 16, 2010 - Report this comment
I wish someone would make them again, too! I can still taste them. . . Nothing is the same but you're right, the Whatchamaccallit came close--until they put caramel in it.
Bruce - December 23, 2010 - Report this comment
What has happened to candy over the years? Wonka's Scrunch Bar and Peanut Butter & Chocolate Ompahs were two of the best candies ever made. There are a couple things out there that are similar but not really worth the calories to actually purchase. Listen Willy!!! Give the customers what they want and just think - you will make LOTS of money.
dagwood - January 21, 2011 - Report this comment
the candy bar made by jers is peanut butter and rice crispy bar it is covered with milk chcolate this taste almost exactly like the scrunch bar. you buy them at bevmo stores or you can order on line at jers candy web.
Debra - February 01, 2011 - Report this comment
I remember stopping at the store on my way to school every morning in the late 70's for a Skrunch Bar and a Dr. Pepper. It was by far the best candy bar ever made. I wish they would bring it back. Loved the Ompahs too.
Rick - March 07, 2011 - Report this comment
I was a senior in Minford Ohio, the 71/72 class year. My wife and I were dating and drove around hunting pop bottles every day so we could turn them in and by a candy bar, Doritos, Mountain Dew for me, and Pepsi for her. But, I always got a Scrunch Bar...oh they were delicious. I have missed them eversense. I also thought I was the only one that remembered them. WOW!!! if they would only bring them back!!! I've always told my kids they were sort of like a 5th Avenue, Butterfinger, Clark bar...but none of those compared to the delicious bright orange nougat inside the "flatter and wider" scrunch bar, so the comparison is not really valid. My mouth is watering while I'm typing
Traci - March 31, 2011 - Report this comment
I have written to The Wonka company trying to find out if they still make Super Scrunch Bars and just don't sell them in this part of the country any more. They were the best candy bar ever made - nothing compares!! Glad to see I'm not the only one that thinks so.
Rhonda Sawyer - May 04, 2011 - Report this comment
Finally!!!! I'v got to show this site to my family! They look at me like im nuts when I talk about that candy bar. It was the best ever made!!!
LaHoma - May 05, 2011 - Report this comment
Growing up as a child in Robersonville NC, I remember walking to Mr. John's corner store and getting the Super scrunch bar and the Skrumdidleyumptious. Can't remember which one I enjoyed spending my .15cents on the most.
Kelli - May 15, 2011 - Report this comment
I have been dreaming about the Willy Wonka Super Scrunch Bar since I had my last one in high school. Every day after school before cheerleader practice I would drive all the cheerleaders in my parents' "woody" station wagon to the Jr. Food Mart in Madison, Mississippi. I always bought a small package of the mini Dolly Madison chocolate doughnuts, a Dr. Pepper and a Willy Wonka Super Scrunch Bar! It was the best candy bar ever! How in the world can we bring it back? I found oompas on a website and many others, but never a super scrunch. What I would give to taste another 1 or 2 or 10 or 100.... :)
Robin - May 27, 2011 - Report this comment
The Super Scrunch was the best candy bar ever. With everyone else who also loved it so much, some candy company should really think about bringing it back! It would be a best seller.
Michael - May 30, 2011 - Report this comment
The Ben Franklin Store in Warrenton Va. was where my brother and I spent our hard earned 10 cents allowance every Friday evening while our parent grocery shopped. First we would check out the wall where the 10 cent toys were displayed. If nothing new caught our interest, off to the candy aisle. And for several years the scrunch bar was my favorite.
Bill - June 18, 2011 - Report this comment
I'd get one every week at the old Bayside Pharmacy in Virginia Beach in the 70's. Some weeks I'd throw in a bag of Oompahs as well. So who do we see about either reviving the original Wonka candy or getting a recipe? Still my favorite!
Steph in Olympia - August 19, 2011 - Report this comment
Love the Skrunch bar... grew up in the '70s, and it and Oompa Loompa's were awesome. I did taste an Hershey's Thingamajig bar, and it is the closest thing I've found to it. Rice crispies and peanut butter combined, flat and rectangular, with a chocolate coating. But that one is hard to find, too! Check it out and let me know if YOU think it's a close substitute?
moe - September 24, 2011 - Report this comment
This bar was the best!!!! It is almost like a fifth avenue bar ,but lighter and better!!!!It is not anything like a butterfinger which has fake chocolate, even the chocolate was light and airy!!!!!
Glen - September 30, 2011 - Report this comment
My favorite candy bar of all time. I wish it was still around.
Cindie - November 21, 2011 - Report this comment
I went to the university if Illinois in 1977 through 1982. There was a drug store at the corner of 5th (i think)and Green street named McBrides ... I bet I bought over 00 of these fantastic scrunch bars during that time .. Best candy bar ever. I have been meaning to google this willy wonks bar for years .. Am amazed at all my fellow scrunch lovers that exist out there!!! Please .. They still make a willy wonka series of candy but no scrunch bar?! Being it back .. Please!!!
GH - January 03, 2012 - Report this comment
I loved Scrunch. I think it is the reason that I like Whachamacalit and Butterfinger to this day.
Ray S. - January 25, 2012 - Report this comment
I worked at the factory also 1976-1977 as a process operator making Wonka Bars, Crunchola, Super Skrunch, and Oompahs. Skrunch was my favorite. Didn't make much money and was hungry for a while but the broken Crunchola bars kept me from starving.
Betsy - February 12, 2012 - Report this comment
Scrunch was my all time fav candy bar. My girlfriend worked at her dad's gas station and they had that candybar. We used to eat them all the time. THEY were the best. What a shame that they quit making them!
Dawn in California - March 23, 2012 - Report this comment
LOVED the skrunch. My favorite candy bar when I was a kid. I've always said, what ever happened to the skrunch, and do you remember the skrunch? What I wouldnt give to try one again,and share with my children! Good times. BEST bar ever. BRING it BACK!!!
Dawn in California - March 23, 2012 - Report this comment
Sorry, it was a scrunch not a skrunch! LoL
Gerry in Minnesota - April 16, 2012 - Report this comment
No better tasting candy bar, period. When we lived in Oklahoma from 71-73 use to feast on the Skrunch bar being sold at the town motel candy window. Best tasting thing ever. Please, please bring it back.
cooper - May 31, 2012 - Report this comment
I too fondly remember the Scrunch bar from the 70's. I would go to Chateau Drugs drug store and get my Scrunch bar. I still remember the smell of the store and recall it was always so cold in the place. My school friends and I would get the Scrunch bar, Valomilks and cinnamon tooth pics. Iam 44 yrs old and miss those times.
Karen - June 10, 2012 - Report this comment
It's beautiful Kansas days like today that bring back fond memories of being at the swimming pool in the mid 1970's kicked back with not a care in the world enjoying a Scrunch bar. They were the best and I sure wish they would bring them back.
Linda - June 19, 2012 - Report this comment
This was one of three of my all time favorites. I use to get strep throat a lot and event that could not deter my Scrunch fetish. The others were the 7-up bar( it was like a box of candy all rolled into one bar) and Butternuts. Why can't we have these - what is it with Willy Wonka?
Sharon LeClaire - August 26, 2012 - Report this comment
The Scrunch bar was delicious! I loved it and like everyone else on this website want it back! I have to say my fav bar of all times was the Butternut candy bar. Does anyone remember the Marathon bar or the Caravelle bar? Both delicious also. I encourage everyone to contact the candy companies to ask them to bring back some of these classic candy bars. Memories come flooding back.....summer of 1974.....walking to the city pool, an ice cold pepsi in a glass bottle, in one hand and a scrunch bar in the other.
Becky - September 05, 2012 - Report this comment
When i was in late grade school I loved the skrunch bar so much. My mom never wanted us to snack after school and before dinner, which most of the time was never a problem. However, if I were asked to go to the corner store for something, I would ALWAYS rob my piggy bank for change so i could sneak a skrunch bar snack. Skrunch bars were the BEST candy bar ever. I loved the combination of peanut butter and chocolate and whatever else made the skrumchiness. Yum. As I moved in to my tween years I didn't eat any or think much about them. One day, years later I got a skrunch craving and could not find them anywhere. So sad. . . Take away any candy bar . . Kit kat,, milky ways, mars, payday, 3 muskateers, even snickers. But Please let me have just one more skrunch bar!
Jules - September 06, 2012 - Report this comment
I have dreamed of a scrunch bar for years. It was my absolute fav. I wish they would make it again. It was the best!!!
Brenda - January 01, 2013 - Report this comment
I absolutely loved the skrunch bar when I was a kid! It was my favorite candy bar and my dad would often bring me one home after work or on his lunch hour. What great memories! I would love to have one again!
Glen - February 20, 2013 - Report this comment
I loved the scrunch bar. was just thinking about it and found this page. I had contacted Wonka about it and the response I got back said they had no information about making a scrunch bar. Zone Perfect makes a nutrition bar - Peanut Butter and Chocolate that reminded me of a scrunch bar but it isn't as chewy. I remember scrunch being a little more on the flat side. Less thick than a snickers.
Julie - March 06, 2013 - Report this comment
My story is about the same as everyone else, but I first had a Scrunch bar in about 1971 and I was 9 years old. My dad bowled in a league every Friday night and so Friday nights for me, my sister and my mom was about watching The Brady Bunch, The Partridge Family, Room 222, and Love American Style.... AND my mom would buy the 3 of us each Scrunch bar every Friday. They were so good. People have commented here about candy bars that are similiar, but I disagree..... the butterfinger crisp bar is good, but it is nothing like the Scrunch and the Whatchamacallit but Hersehy is somewhat close, but not nearly as good. Would love to have one again. YUM!!!!!!
Donna - March 31, 2013 - Report this comment
The BEST Candy bar ever made period! I can still taste them. I do buy the Whatchamacallit bars as they are the closet thing I can find to the Scrunch bar. The oompas were delicious! Please bring them back! Nothing out there now compares. Does anyone else remember the peanut butter and No jelly bars? Loved those too.
MagnumXL - April 24, 2013 - Report this comment
I had them when I was a kid. The scrunch was my favorite and whatchamacallit was my brother's favorite. They were similar but I seem to recall the scrunch wasn't so chewy. It would almost melt in your mouth. Rice crispies with a peanut butter center sounds about right, almost like a chewy reese's peanut butter cup or something. But that's a whatchamacallit more or less and so it's more textural than absolute flavor. 5th avenue has toffee so it's not right. I did also really like the Mars bar and it's hard to find although snickers almond is close. Chunky isn't so easy to find either (Walgreens carries it, though). I don't get why the best tasting candy isn't selling better. I think most people have very simple tastes. Look at Hershey's popularity. God awful sour chocolate.
Rusty - October 10, 2013 - Report this comment
Loved the Scrunch Bar and have been looking for them for years. Almost forgot the name it has been so long. While fishing at are 10 or so, a friend and I would let them melt in the sun and then "scrunch" them up. We would then put them in an ice cooler so they would harden back up. Makes my mouth water just writing this. Still my favorite candy bar ever.
Gloria - October 30, 2013 - Report this comment
I crave the peanut butter scrunch bar. I had hpes they were still available somewhere. I guess this is the end of the line. I could cry.
Josie - December 05, 2013 - Report this comment
It's good to know other people like this candy bar as much as I did!!! This was part of my daily lunch for my high school years! Loved them, and wish I knew the recipe because I would make a ton of them!
Dave - January 05, 2014 - Report this comment
I can't believe they stopped making the best candy bar ever.The next generations while never get to experience this delicious candy bar. I bet those people out in Colorado would like to have a case right now! lol
Robert - May 16, 2014 - Report this comment
I've been scouring the internet for YEARS trying to find the Wonka Super Scrunch. Best. Bar. EVER. If you've ever had one you remember it forever. What a shame it's not available anymore. It was a perfect bar, never a disappointment. This must be the disturbance in the Force I haven't felt since....
Chris - August 10, 2014 - Report this comment
Super skrunch was the best candy bar ever made. Bar none.bring them back willy wonka please o please? Do you even see our pleas? We are all desperate for the heavenly skrunch bar again!!
Ron - August 29, 2014 - Report this comment
I also loved them. I worked at a little general store that sold them, had one at least once a week. .........Reese's Crispy Crunchy reminds me of them.
Bob - November 18, 2014 - Report this comment
The delicious whatchamacallit bar from hershey is a 5 out of 10 compared the the best candy bar of all time.....SUPER SCRUNCH.
nils - December 08, 2014 - Report this comment
I loved the scrunch bar and the original oompas. I recall that the scrunch had oatmeal and peanut butter inside it....??? I would think some boutique company could make a reproduction of it...colts chcolates in nashville makes some very good chocolates in a similar vein.. maybe they could do it..
Paula - February 10, 2015 - Report this comment
I loved this candy bar as a kid!! I wish someone would bring it back!!! It was my favorite!!!
Susan - March 24, 2015 - Report this comment
I'm with Paula! I loved this as a kid, and would love to be able to get it now. I remember riding my bike on the country road to the store to get one in the afternoon after school. They were almost magical in how delightful they were!
Kris - August 05, 2015 - Report this comment
I ditto everyone's comments about the Super Skrunch Bar! I was the happiest kid on this earth because I got to have a Super Skrunch Bar everyday. I long to have my all-time favorite candy bar back! I would do anything to have one again! PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE SOMEONE MAKE THIS CANDY BAR AGAIN! I wish I could bring it back-I'd make billions!!!
vamp - April 24, 2016 - Report this comment
yes the scrunch bar was the bomb. and makes no sense why it still isnt in production..... bring it back
SNARO - August 29, 2016 - Report this comment
RIP Gene Wilder 1933-2016...THE Willy Wonka...the only Willy Wonka that ever mattered...
Pat - September 23, 2016 - Report this comment
Yay! So glad others remember this candy. I agree that the scrunch bar was the best ever! They could not possibly have stopped making it because of too few sales. When I was in college at Auburn University, I would walk to the Fast Fare every day to get at least one scrunch bar. Oh, how I long for another. If anyone has any influence, it would be great if some company would make them again. They would make a fortune!
Richard - December 25, 2016 - Report this comment
Got them when I was a kid back in the middle 70's in Kirksville Mo. Please bring them back great bar!!!
Treva - March 03, 2017 - Report this comment
Man oh man, how I loved the Scrunch bar. Takes me back to the good ole days and wish I could have one more. Best candy bar of the 70's!
Yolanda - July 19, 2017 - Report this comment
I am a candy freak and having looking for something that tastes like the skrunch bar or Oompa Loompas and have not come across that tast oh how I wish they would make them again
Yolanda - July 19, 2017 - Report this comment
I am a candy freak and have been searching for that Skrunch bar and Oompa Loompa taste with no luck. Oh how I wish they would make them again
Carol Viglianti - December 02, 2017 - Report this comment
I grew up in a very small town in Eastern PA. My brother's and I would save our allowance just to race to the gas station across the street to get our Super Scrunch bars. They were the greatest candy bar in my child hood. I find myself craving them frequently. When I was going through chemo a few years ago, I thought how great it would be to have one to nibble on. I wish they were still being made. It appears from all the responses in this website are all positive. Thanks for sharing the memories. Sure do wish we could have the real thing though
Jennifer - February 24, 2018 - Report this comment
I'm both glad & sad that so many others are also missing the WW Skrunch bar; like you I have desperately searched far & wide for one but no luck ☹️ You all are correct: NO other candy bar even comes close to the scrumptious crunchiness of a Skrunch bar!! Used to walk up to Jim's Beverage with my best friend in the mid-70s and buy those, Oompahs, Sprees, Wacky Wafers, & that rope gum (what the heck was that called??) We'd munch our candy the whole way home and have such a great time...I would SO love to see the Skrunch bar make a comeback! If anyone knows who we could contact to inquire about bringing them back, please share it here? If these posts are any indication, they'd certainly sell a bunch!!😊
KC Bri - August 12, 2018 - Report this comment
Oompas were my favorite with the Scrunch a close second. STILL remember the time I went into TG&Y and the Wonka bars were 10 for a buck instead of 15 cents! Walking home with ten bars in my sack, I felt RICH. Here’s how bad I have the Wonka bug. In ‘89, I had a dream of wandering into an empty factory. In a dimly lit corner was an unopened case of Oompas. Can’t tell you how happy I was in the dream as I approached the case. Then I woke up😞. Mind you, this was nearly 15 years after I’d had any Wonka candy. GOD, I miss them along with Dolly Madison Googles and GM Pizza Spins! It was a much more innocent time...

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