Crispy M&M’s-Where did they go?

So my husband and I were walking through target the other day and we realized that Crispy M&Ms have disappeared. I don’t remember hearing they were going to discontinue them but all of a sudden they are no more. My husband being the M&M fanatic that he is was very disappointed. I was too as I always liked them. I wonder what made them discontinue them.

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  1. P.S. until early 2014, you can still buy Crispy M&M’s in Europe, Australia, or South East Asia!!!!!!…….Until then, I’ve looked everywhere in America and Crispy M&M’s are sadly not available anymore right now, SORRY!!!!!!

  2. By the time Pretzel M&M’s came out in 2010, they didn’t have yellow M&M’s at all. But as of 2012, they’ve added the ones in the “yellow” color to the existing 5 colors. Pretzel M&M’s are now only available for one more year before Crispy M&M’s finally come back to the U.S. by early 2014.

  3. Everyone is finally posting up new information on when two M&M’s varieties – “Crispy M&M’s” and “Caramel M&M’s” – along with all other food items such as candies, snack foods, food toppings, baking products, and breakfast cereals finally returning to all 50 U.S. states, which is due to “The North American Candy & Snack Food Revival” finally showing up around late 2013/early 2014. I’m posting this to everyone else, and they’ll post it back to me and all other people, mostly in the whole world.

  4. Unfortunately, “Crispy M&M’s” are still not available anywhere in the U.S. since they’re discontinued by M&M-Mars, Inc. around 7 years ago. However, they’re being brought back along with the grand re-introduction of “Caramel M&M’s” around early 2014, due to the North American candy and snack food revival.

  5. Neither the Crispy nor Caramel varieties of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies will come to the U.S. until early 2014, which is in fact being part of the “American Candy & Snack Food Revival” in multiple grocery retailers and all other fine retail stores anywhere in the U.S. & Canada, according to most of the staff who work at M&M-Mars, Inc.

    “Tart ‘n’ Tangy Skittles” also did not return to production until early 2014, which’ll likely replace the “Sour Skittles” variety – which is being discontinued due to infrigement issues with Sour Patch Kids, as of late 2013 – and’ll have the following five fruit flavors becoming more sweet and more sour: “Green Apple” (green), “Wild Cherry” (red), “Tangerine” (orange), “Blue Raspberry” (blue), and “Watermelon” (pink).

    As revealed from most of the staff who work at M&M-Mars, Inc., “Coconut Almond M&M’s” and “Dark Chocolate Crispy M&M’s” are both being introduced around early 2014, joining the original “coconut” variety as well as over two “dark chocolate” varieties – just plain, and with peanuts. And of course, “Pretzel M&M’s” will only be available for one more year before Crispy M&M’s and a line of chocolate-covered pretzels loaded with “M&M’s Minis” milk chocolate candies, “M&M’s Munchables”, are finally becoming available as its own split in the U.S. around early 2014.

  6. According to some of the staff who each work at multiple food manufacturers anywhere in over 50 U.S. states, multiple food items are finally returning to all 50 U.S. states around c. late 2013/early 2014, due to the North American economy getting better:

    * “Crispy M&M’s” – Replacing Pretzel M&M’s around early 2014, due to the slightly neurotic “Orange M&M” character (voiced by Eric Kirchberger), having his giant pretzel inside turning into his own rice crispiness and when Nestle Crunch gains competition once again.
    * “Tart ‘n’ Tangy Skittles” – Replacing Sour Skittles around early 2014, due to over five exotic extreme flavors getting tart ‘n’ tangy: Tangerine, Wild Cherry, Green Apple, Blue Raspberry, and Watermelon.
    * “Hershey’s Krackel Bars” (full-size form) – Returning around early 2014, due to when Nestle Crunch gains competition once again.
    * “Super Tootsie Pops” – Returning around late 2013, and just like traditional Tootsie Pops and Tootsie Pop Drops, finally coming in 7 flavors: “chocolate” (brown), “cherry” (red), “orange” (orange), “grape” (purple), “blue raspberry” (blue), “strawberry” (pink), and “watermelon” (green).
    * “Charms Super Blow Pops” (update) – Returning around late 2013, just like traditional Charms Blow Pops and Blow Pop Minis, finally coming in 7 flavors: “cherry” (red), “orange” (orange), “grape” (purple), “strawberry” (red), “sour apple” (green), “watermelon” (pink), and “blue razz-berry” (blue)
    * “Hershey’s Shell Toppings” (update) – Extending up to 9 flavors in early 2014: Milk Chocolate, Reese’s Peanut Butter, Heath Butter Toffee, Special Dark, Krackel, Caramel, and Mr. Goodbar
    * “Jelly Belly Jelly Beans” (update) – Extending up to 200 flavors around late 2013, including the “Official 100 Flavors” (24 new flavors, 28 returning flavors, and 48 existing flavors), “10-Flavor Sours Mix” (5 existing, 5 returning), “Smoothie Blend” (5 flavors), “Cold Stone Ice Cream Parlor Mix” (5 flavors), “Hawaiian Punch Mix” (1 returning flavor, 7 new flavors), and 22 new rookie flavors, all being permanently-popular around late 2013, and with some limited-time only flavors being introduced around early 2014.
    * “Pringles Ridges” (returning product, seven flavors) – Returning around early 2014 to compete against Frito-Lay’s new “Ruffles Stax” in 7 great flavors, due to Pringles discontinuing all but the 8 standard flavors of original Pringles Potato Crisps.
    * “Torengos” (returning product, five varieties) – Returning around early 2014 to compete against Frito-Lay’s new “Tostitos Stax” in 6 great varieties, due to Pringles discontinuing all but the 8 standard flavors of original Pringles Potato Crisps.
    * “Hershey’s Kissables” – Replacing all of the other varieties in the “Pieces” line aside from Reese’s Pieces around early 2014, and come in its two different varieties: “Milk Chocolate” and “Dark Chocolate”
    * “Planters Peanut Butter” (update) – Extending in late 2013 to include Original, Honey Roasted, and Reduced Fat to each come in “creamy” and “crunchy” varieties, plus the whipped creamy variety.
    * “Big Cheez-It from Keebler’s Sunshine” and “Kraft Big Cheese Nips from Nabisco” (returning products) – Extending in late 2013 to include both the “original” and “reduced fat” varieties for each product.
    * “Wonka Exceptionals” premium chocolate candies (update) – Extending in late 2013 to include approx. 8 flavors: Triple Dazzle Caramel, Fantabulous Fudge, Golden Graham Crunch, Scrumdiddlyumptious, Whipple Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight, All About Peanuts, Domed Dark Chocolate, and Chocolate Waterfall, and’ll each come in the “Full-Size Bar” form, and in the “Unwrapped Pieces” form in all 4 sizes – releasable zipper pouches, movie theatre boxes, single-served king-size bags, and even in bulk.
    * “Planters Cheez Mania” – Returning and extending around late 2014, to include 5 great varieties: Balls, Curls, Twists, Pops, and Puffs.
    * “Planters Pretzel Mania” – Returning and extending around early 2014, to include 6 great varieties: Waffles, Sticks, Thins, Mini Twists, Old Fashioned, and Old Fashioned Sticks.
    * “Planters Snak Mix Mania” – Returning and extending around early 2014, to include the “Party Mix”, “Poker Mix”, and “Pub Mix” products.
    * “Fun Fruit Skittles” – Another variety of “Skittles” being introduced around early 2014.
    * “Caramel M&M’s” – Returning around early 2014, due to the character of “Ms. Green M&M” ending up having its smooth ‘n’ creamy filling inside milk chocolate.
    * “Nesquik Cereal” – Returning early 2014, due to General Mills selling Reese’s Puffs to Post Cereals
    * “Cocoa Puffs” and “Trix” cereals (update) – Returning around late 2013, featuring rounded chocolate marshmallows in the colors of “white” (white), “dark cocoa” (brown), and “light cocoa” (light brown) that are finally being added to Cocoa Puffs, and 8 fruity marshmallow shapes were to Trix where over 6 colorful fruity flavors of corn cereal puffs to be in pieces.
    * “Apple Jacks” and “Froot Loops” cereals (update) – Returning around late 2013, apple-shaped “apple cinnamon”-flavored marshmallows were being added to Apple Jacks and 8 fruity marshmallow shapes were to Froot Loops cereal
    * “Cocoa Pebbles” and “Fruity Pebbles” cereals (update) – Returning around late 2013, featuring rock-shaped marshmallows being added to both cereals that are each in the same flavoring. The features being added are rock-shaped marshmallows on “Fruity Pebbles” cereal are in 7 great fruit flavors (the same as rice-based crisp cereal pieces), and rock-shaped marshmallows in “Cocoa Pebbles” cereal come in the same chocolatey flavor as rice-crisp based cereal pieces, except that it comes in three colors: “white” (white), “dark cocoa” (brown), “light cocoa” (light brown).
    * Multiple chocolates ‘n’ candies from Brach’s are finally returning around c. late 2013/early 2014.
    * Cap’n Crunch’s “Crunch Berries” and “Oops! All Berries” cereals (update) – Extending around late 2013 to include five colorful fruity flavors in pieces: “strawberry” (red), “watermelon” (green), “blueberry” (blue), “orange” (orange), and “grape” (purple).
    * “Lucky Charms Cereal” (update) – Returning around late 2013, the “Leprechaun Hat” (green), “Shooting Star” (orange/white), and “Hourglass” (orange/yellow) marshmallows were being respectively replaced with green cloverleaf, orange star, and yellow/orange pot-of-gold marshmallows that are bigger and brightly-colored like the other five marshmallows, and with twelve shapes of frosted toasted oat cereal pieces.
    * “Hershey’s Syrups” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include 6 flavors in all: Milk Chocolate, Special Dark, Very Vanilla, Strawberry, Caramel, and Banana.
    * “Toll House Premiums” cookie dough and candy topping line – Replacing the “Toll House Ultimates” line around early 2014, and includes five cookie dough varieties (including four of which were candy toppings to be available): “Caramel Turtles” (caramel-filled chocolate turtles), “Peanut Butter Cups” (peanut butter-filled chocolate cups), “Rainbow Candies” (button-shaped chocolates coated in 6 of the same colors of shells as M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies, but without the letter “M” mark on it), and “Toffee Brittle Bars” (english toffee brittle-filled chocolate bars)
    * “Honey Maid Bees” (returning product, 4 flavors) – Returning around late 2013, to come in 4 of the same flavors as “Teddy Grahams” teddy bear-shaped graham crackers, but in a honey bee shape.
    * “Honey Maid Mini-S’mores” (returning product) – Returning around late 2013.
    * “Ritz Bits” bite-sized butter crackers (returning product) – Returning around late 2013.
    * Nestle’s bite-size chocolate candy line (update) – Extending around late 2013 to include 8 great varieties: “Goobers”, “Raisinets”, “Sno-Caps”, “Nestle Milk Chocolate Drops”, “Caramellos”, “Buncha Crunch”, “Baby Ruth Bites” and “Butterfinger Bites”, and to each come in movie theatre-sized boxes, actual-size bags with only one serving, full-size releasable zipper pouches, and in bulk.
    * Hershey’s bite-size chocolate candy line (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include “Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Drops”, “Hershey’s Cookies ‘n’ Creme Drops”, “Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Minis”, “Hershey’s Special Dark Drops”, “Rolo Minis”, “Kit Kat Kubes”, and “Heath Minis”.
    * the “Jet-Puffed Premiums” marshmallows line – Replacing multiple flavors of Jet-Puffed Marshmallows around early 2014, and consists of any of the following 10 flavors – Sizzling Cinnamon, Gingerbread, Toasted Coconut, French Vanilla, Assorted Fruit Flavors, Chocolate Cravers, All About Caramel, Strawberry-Licious, Green Apple Craze, and Banana Bunch. Kraft’s Jet-Puffed Marshmallows, when being updated around c. late 2013/early 2014, will finally only come in the “original” flavor in approx. 6 varieties: regular/large, miniature, jumbo/extra-large, stackers, the original flavor of Jet-Puffed Mallow Bits, and with the “Marshmallow Creme” product being kept intact.
    * Kraft Foods Global’s “Planters” division entering their salty-snack market with three new product lines around late 2013: “Potato Chips” (8 flavors), “Dip Chips” (7 flavors), and “Tortilla Chips” (6 varieties).
    * Three ice cream bar varieties in huge-sized single-serve form: “Nestle Crunch Vanilla King Bar”, “Butterfinger King Bar” and “Baby Ruth King Bar” – All of them are finally returning, and’ll become the basis for Nestle Ice Cream’s 60-pack “Candy Shop” multi-pack packages.
    * “Mrs. Fields Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich” and “Oreo Big Stuf Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich” – Both of them are finally returning in single-serve and multi-pack package forms, which’ll make them not being manufactured by Klondike anymore, and’ll simply be manufactured by Good Humor, just like that of the “Reese’s Peanut Butter Ice Cream Cup” in single-serve and multi-pack package forms.
    * “Planters Caramel Pretzel ‘n’ Nut Clusters” ice cream bar – Finally returning in single-serve and multi-pack package forms.
    * Kraft Foods’ “Pizza Hut Home Originals” (new products) – Pizza crusts and sauces were being introduced around late 2013, and’ll finally be available, just like their competitor Boboli, making Kraft Foods their permanent contract agreements with Yum! Brands, Inc. around early 2014.
    * “Oreo Cookies” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include 4 varieties each in “Original” and “Double Stuf” products: Original, Golden, Heads or Tails, and Assorted.
    * “Nutter Butter Cookies” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include the “Original” and “Extreme Creme” varieties.
    * “Chips Ahoy! Cookies” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include 7 great varieties: Original, with Heath, with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Caramel Turtle, Candy Blasts with Hershey’s Kissables, Double Chunk Fudge, and Chunk Fudge.
    * “Caramel Apple Puffs” cereal – Available in stores around early 2014.
    * “Cocoa Puffs S’mores Crunch” and “Brownie Crisp” cereals, the two spin-offs of “Cocoa Puffs” and “Cookie Crisp” cereals as its own split – Both replacing “Cocoa Puffs Brownie Crunch” around early 2014.
    * ……and various others, all finally returning to and’ll be available once again in the U.S. for the first time in ages by c. late 2013/early 2014!!!!!!

    As of early 2014, PepsiCo’s “Frito-Lay” division is finally making their permanent contract agreement with Yum! Brands, Inc. to extend their “Doritos” line, so that they’ll include the following 8 permanently-popular varieties: “Toasted Corn” (100% whole grain with no bold flavoring), “Cool Ranch” (ranch-flavored), “Nacho Cheese” (nacho cheddar-flavored), “Spicy Nacho” (nacho cheddar/jalapeño-flavored), “Zesty Spinach” (spinach-flavored), “Salsa Verde” (jalapeño-flavored), “Pizza Hut Pizza Cravers” (pizza-flavored) and “Taco Bell Taco Supreme” (taco-flavored).

    In addition, Kraft Foods and Clorox are making permanent contract agreements with Frito-Lay’s “Lay’s” and “Ruffles” potato chip lines once again around early 2014, because the “K.C. Masterpiece” BBQ, “Cracker Barrel” Cheddar Cheese, and “Hidden Valley” Ranch flavors of Frito-Lay’s “Lay’s” potato chip line are finally joining the other 5 standard flavors: “Original”, “Jalapeño”, “Salt & Vinegar”, “Sour Cream & Onion”, and “Loaded Baked Potato” (approx. 7 of the 8 standard flavors of “Lay’s” potato chip line are finally becoming the basis for its rippled crinkle-cut counterpart, which’ll become called Frito-Lay’s “Ruffles” potato chip line when making permanent contract agreements with Kraft Foods and Clorox around early 2014).

    And don’t forget, M&M-Mars, Inc. is finally introducing their “M&M’s Premiums” milk chocolate candy bars in 6 different varieties (which each combine standard chocolate candy bars with “M&M’s Minis” milk chocolate candies on it, and with the M&M’s logo on four molds for giant-sized extra-large bars and one mold for single-serve bars); the following 6 varieties being introduced around early 2014 are “Milk Chocolate”, “Milk Chocolate with Peanuts”, “Milk Chocolate with Crisp Rice”, “Milk Chocolate with Almonds”, “Milk Chocolate with Peanut Butter” and “Milk Chocolate with Caramel”, and these will be just like their bite-sized candy counterparts.

    They’ll finally be available once again for the first time in ages in all fine retailers anywhere in the U.S. (as of c. late 2013/early 2014), eventually becoming permanently-popular products due to the North American economy getting better.

  7. According to some of the staff who each work at multiple food manufacturers anywhere in over 50 U.S. states, multiple food items are finally returning to all 50 U.S. states around c. late 2013/early 2014, due to the North American economy getting better:

    * “Crispy M&M’s” – Replacing Pretzel M&M’s around early 2014, due to the slightly neurotic “Orange M&M” character (voiced by Eric Kirchberger), having his giant pretzel inside turning into his own rice crispiness and when Nestle Crunch gains competition once again.
    * “Tart ‘n’ Tangy Skittles” – Replacing Sour Skittles around early 2014, due to over five exotic extreme flavors getting tart ‘n’ tangy: Tangerine, Wild Cherry, Green Apple, Blue Raspberry, and Watermelon.
    * “Hershey’s Krackel Bars” (full-size form) – Returning around early 2014, due to when Nestle Crunch gains competition once again.
    * “Super Tootsie Pops” – Returning around late 2013, and just like traditional Tootsie Pops and Tootsie Pop Drops, finally coming in 7 flavors: “chocolate” (brown), “cherry” (red), “orange” (orange), “grape” (purple), “blue raspberry” (blue), “strawberry” (pink), and “watermelon” (green).
    * “Charms Super Blow Pops” (update) – Returning around late 2013, just like traditional Charms Blow Pops and Blow Pop Minis, finally coming in 7 flavors: “cherry” (red), “orange” (orange), “grape” (purple), “strawberry” (red), “sour apple” (green), “watermelon” (pink), and “blue razz-berry” (blue)
    * “Hershey’s Shell Toppings” (update) – Extending up to 9 flavors in early 2014: Milk Chocolate, Reese’s Peanut Butter, Heath Butter Toffee, Special Dark, Krackel, Caramel, and Mr. Goodbar
    * “Jelly Belly Jelly Beans” (update) – Extending up to 200 flavors around late 2013, including the “Official 100 Flavors” (24 new flavors, 28 returning flavors, and 48 existing flavors), “10-Flavor Sours Mix” (5 existing, 5 returning), “Smoothie Blend” (5 flavors), “Cold Stone Ice Cream Parlor Mix” (5 flavors), “Hawaiian Punch Mix” (1 returning flavor, 7 new flavors), and 22 new rookie flavors, all being permanently-popular around late 2013, and with some limited-time only flavors being introduced around early 2014.
    * “Pringles Ridges” (returning product, seven flavors) – Returning around early 2014 to compete against Frito-Lay’s new “Ruffles Stax” in 7 great flavors, due to Pringles discontinuing all but the 8 standard flavors of original Pringles Potato Crisps.
    * “Torengos” (returning product, five varieties) – Returning around early 2014 to compete against Frito-Lay’s new “Tostitos Stax” in 6 great varieties, due to Pringles discontinuing all but the 8 standard flavors of original Pringles Potato Crisps.
    * “Hershey’s Kissables” – Replacing all of the other varieties in the “Pieces” line aside from Reese’s Pieces around early 2014, and come in its two different varieties: “Milk Chocolate” and “Dark Chocolate”
    * “Planters Peanut Butter” (update) – Extending in late 2013 to include Original, Honey Roasted, and Reduced Fat to each come in “creamy” and “crunchy” varieties, plus the whipped creamy variety.
    * “Big Cheez-It from Keebler’s Sunshine” and “Kraft Big Cheese Nips from Nabisco” (returning products) – Extending in late 2013 to include both the “original” and “reduced fat” varieties for each product.
    * “Wonka Exceptionals” premium chocolate bars (update) – Extending in late 2013 to include approx. 8 flavors: Triple Dazzle Caramel, Fantabulous Fudge, Golden Graham Crunch, Scrumdiddlyumptious, Whipple Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight, All About Peanuts, Domed Dark Chocolate, and Chocolate Waterfall, each of which come in full-size bars and bags of pieces.
    * “Planters Cheez Mania” – Returning and extending around late 2014, to include 5 great varieties: Balls, Curls, Twists, Pops, and Puffs.
    * “Planters Pretzel Mania” – Returning and extending around early 2014, to include 6 great varieties: Waffles, Sticks, Thins, Mini Twists, Old Fashioned, and Old Fashioned Sticks.
    * “Planters Snak Mix Mania” – Returning and extending around early 2014, to include the “Party Mix”, “Poker Mix”, and “Pub Mix” products.
    * “Fun Fruit Skittles” – Another variety of “Skittles” being introduced around early 2014.
    * “Caramel M&M’s” – Returning around early 2014, due to the character of “Ms. Green M&M” ending up having its smooth ‘n’ creamy filling inside milk chocolate.
    * “Nesquik Cereal” – Returning early 2014, due to General Mills selling Reese’s Puffs to Post Cereals
    * “Cocoa Puffs” and “Trix” cereals (update) – Returning around late 2013, featuring rounded white-colored chocolate marshmallows being added to Cocoa Puffs, and 8 fruity marshmallow shapes were to Trix where over 6 colorful fruity flavors of corn cereal puffs to be in pieces.
    * “Apple Jacks” and “Froot Loops” cereals (update) – Returning around late 2013, apple-shaped “apple cinnamon”-flavored marshmallows were being added to Apple Jacks and 8 fruity marshmallow shapes were to Froot Loops cereal
    * “Cocoa Pebbles” and “Fruity Pebbles” cereals (update) – Returning around late 2013, featuring dinosaur bone-shaped marshmallows being added to both cereals that are each in the same flavoring.
    * Multiple chocolates ‘n’ candies from Brach’s are finally returning around c. late 2013/early 2014.
    * Cap’n Crunch’s “Crunch Berries” and “Oops! All Berries” cereals (update) – Extending around late 2013 to include five colorful fruity flavors in pieces: “strawberry” (red), “watermelon” (green), “blueberry” (blue), “orange” (orange), and “grape” (purple).
    * “Lucky Charms Cereal” (update) – Returning around late 2013, the “Leprechaun Hat” (green), “Shooting Star” (orange/white), and “Hourglass” (orange/yellow) marshmallows were being respectively replaced with green cloverleaf, orange star, and yellow/orange pot-of-gold marshmallows that are bigger and brightly-colored like the other five marshmallows, and with twelve shapes of frosted toasted oat cereal pieces.
    * “Hershey’s Syrups” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include 6 flavors in all: Milk Chocolate, Special Dark, Very Vanilla, Strawberry, Caramel, and Banana.
    * “Toll House Premiums” cookie dough and candy topping line – Replacing the “Toll House Ultimates” line around early 2014, and includes five cookie dough varieties (including four of which were candy toppings to be available): “Caramel Turtles” (caramel-filled chocolate turtles), “Peanut Butter Cups” (peanut butter-filled chocolate cups), “Rainbow Candies” (button-shaped chocolates coated in 6 of the same colors of shells as M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies, but without the letter “M” mark on it), and “Toffee Brittle Bars” (english toffee brittle-filled chocolate bars)
    * “Honey Maid Bees” (returning product, 4 flavors) – Returning around late 2013, to come in 4 of the same flavors as “Teddy Grahams” teddy bear-shaped graham crackers, but in a honey bee shape.
    * “Honey Maid Mini-S’mores” (returning product) – Returning around late 2013.
    * “Ritz Bits” bite-sized butter crackers (returning product) – Returning around late 2013.
    * the “Kool-Aid Punch” line – Replacing the original “Tropical Punch” around early 2014 and comes in 6 flavors: “Tropical Punch” (red), “Kiwi Strawberry Punch” (green), “Watermelon Punch” (pink), “Berry Punch” (blue), “Orange Punch” (orange), and “Grape Punch” (grape)
    * the “Kool-Aid Lemonade” line – Replacing the original “Lemonade” and “Pink Lemonade” flavors around early 2014, and come in 7 flavors: “Lemonade” (yellow), “Pink Lemonade” (pink), “Cherry Lemonade” (red), “Orange Lemonade” (orange), “Grape Lemonade” (purple), “Green Apple Lemonade” (green), and “Berry Blue Lemonade” (blue)
    * Nestle’s bite-size chocolate candy line (update) – Extending around late 2013 to include 8 great varieties: “Goobers”, “Raisinets”, “Sno-Caps”, “Nestle Milk Chocolate Drops”, “Caramellos”, “Buncha Crunch”, “Baby Ruth Bites” and “Butterfinger Bites”, and to each come in movie theatre-sized boxes, actual-size bags with only one serving, full-size releasable zipper pouches, and in bulk.
    * Hershey’s bite-size chocolate candy line (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include “Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Drops”, “Hershey’s Cookies ‘n’ Creme Drops”, “Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Minis”, “Hershey’s Special Dark Drops”, “Rolo Minis”, “Kit Kat Kubes”, and “Heath Minis”.
    * the “Jet-Puffed Premiums” marshmallows line – Replacing multiple flavors of Jet-Puffed Marshmallows around early 2014, and consists of any of the following 10 flavors: Sizzling Cinnamon, Gingerbread, Toasted Coconut, French Vanilla, Assorted Fruit Flavors, Chocolate Cravers, All About Caramel, Strawberry-Licious, Green Apple Craze, and Banana Bunch. Kraft’s Jet-Puffed Marshmallows, when being updated around c. late 2013/early 2014, will finally only come in the “original” flavor in approx. 6 varieties: regular/large, miniature, jumbo/extra-large, stackers, the original flavor of Jet-Puffed Mallow Bits, and with the “Marshmallow Creme” product being kept intact.
    * Kraft Foods Global’s “Planters” division entering their salty-snack market with three new product lines around late 2013: “Potato Chips” (8 flavors), “Dip Chips” (7 flavors), and “Tortilla Chips” (6 varieties).
    * Three ice cream bar varieties in huge-sized single-serve form: “Nestle Crunch Vanilla King Bar”, “Butterfinger King Bar” and “Baby Ruth King Bar” – All of them are finally returning, and’ll become the basis for Nestle Ice Cream’s 60-pack “Candy Shop” multi-pack packages.
    * “Mrs. Fields Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich” and “Oreo Big Stuf Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich” – Both of them are finally returning in single-serve and multi-pack package forms, which’ll make them not being manufactured by Klondike anymore, and’ll simply be manufactured by Good Humor, just like that of the “Reese’s Peanut Butter Ice Cream Cup” in single-serve and multi-pack package forms.
    * “Planters Caramel Pretzel ‘n’ Nut Clusters” ice cream bar – Finally returning in single-serve and multi-pack package forms.
    * Kraft Foods’ “Pizza Hut Home Originals” (new products) – Pizza crusts and sauces were being introduced around late 2013, and’ll finally be available, just like their competitor Boboli, making Kraft Foods their permanent contract agreements with Yum! Brands, Inc. around early 2014.
    * “Oreo Cookies” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include 4 varieties each in “Original” and “Double Stuf” products: Original, Golden, Heads or Tails, and Assorted.
    * “Nutter Butter Cookies” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include the “Original” and “Extreme Creme” varieties.
    * “Chips Ahoy! Cookies” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include 7 great varieties: Original, with Heath, with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Caramel Turtle, Candy Blasts with Hershey’s Kissables, Double Chunk Fudge, and Chunk Fudge.
    * “Caramel Apple Puffs” cereal – Available in stores around early 2014.
    * “Cocoa Puffs S’mores Crunch” and “Brownie Crisp” cereals, the two spin-offs of “Cocoa Puffs” and “Cookie Crisp” cereals as its own split – Both replacing “Cocoa Puffs Brownie Crunch” around early 2014.
    * ……and various others, all finally returning to and’ll be available once again in the U.S. for the first time in ages by c. late 2013/early 2014!!!!!!

    As of early 2014, PepsiCo’s “Frito-Lay” division is finally making their permanent contract agreement with Yum! Brands, Inc. to extend their “Doritos” line, so that they’ll include the following 8 permanently-popular varieties: “Toasted Corn” (100% whole grain with no bold flavoring), “Cool Ranch” (ranch-flavored), “Nacho Cheese” (nacho cheddar-flavored), “Spicy Nacho” (nacho cheddar/jalapeño-flavored), “Zesty Spinach” (spinach-flavored), “Salsa Verde” (jalapeño-flavored), “Pizza Hut Pizza Cravers” (pizza-flavored) and “Taco Bell Taco Supreme” (taco-flavored).

    In addition, Kraft Foods and Clorox are making permanent contract agreements with Frito-Lay’s “Lay’s” and “Ruffles” potato chip lines once again around early 2014, because the “K.C. Masterpiece” BBQ, “Cracker Barrel” Cheddar Cheese, and “Hidden Valley” Ranch flavors of Frito-Lay’s “Lay’s” potato chip line are finally joining the other 5 standard flavors: “Original”, “Jalapeño”, “Salt & Vinegar”, “Sour Cream & Onion”, and “Loaded Baked Potato” (approx. 7 of the 8 standard flavors of “Lay’s” potato chip line are finally becoming the basis for its rippled crinkle-cut counterpart, which’ll become called Frito-Lay’s “Ruffles” potato chip line when making permanent contract agreements with Kraft Foods and Clorox around early 2014).

    And don’t forget, M&M-Mars, Inc. is finally introducing their “M&M’s Premiums” milk chocolate candy bars in 6 different varieties (which each combine standard chocolate candy bars with “M&M’s Minis” milk chocolate candies on it, and with the M&M’s logo on four molds for giant-sized extra-large bars and one mold for single-serve bars); the following 6 varieties being introduced around early 2014 are “Milk Chocolate”, “Milk Chocolate with Peanuts”, “Milk Chocolate with Crisp Rice”, “Milk Chocolate with Almonds”, “Milk Chocolate with Peanut Butter” and “Milk Chocolate with Caramel”, and these will be just like their bite-sized candy counterparts.

    They’ll finally be available once again for the first time in ages in all fine retailers anywhere in the U.S. (as of c. late 2013/early 2014), eventually becoming permanently-popular products due to the North American economy getting better.

  8. I do apologize from last time I posted. You might be right, because at Wal-Mart I found Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup ice cream that you also mentioned coming back in one of your previous post. Once again, I’m sorry, Derek.

  9. Neither the Crispy nor Caramel varieties of “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” come back to production in the U.S. until c. late 2013/early 2014, so keep the faith and keep on prayin’…….And don’t forget, Pretzel M&M’s will be gone in favor of both “Crispy M&M’s” and a line of chocolate-covered pretzels loaded with M&Ms Minis called “M&M’s Munchables” around c. late 2013/early 2014!!!!!!!…….So keep prayin’ and’ll have a chat with everyone on when the Crispy and Caramel varieties of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies will come back, probably around late 2013/early 2014!!!!!!…….THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!!!

  10. They stopped selling Crispy M&M’s in 2005, due to infrigement issues with Nestle Crunch Bars!!!!!……However, it’ll return in c. late 2013/early 2014!!!!!!

  11. “Don’t forget, everyone!!!!!”……Please answer these questions before the “North American Candy & Snack Food Revival” is about to arrive, due to the North American economy finally getting better as of c. late 2013/early 2014.

  12. We’ve learned that due to our candy/snack-food revival in the U.S. & Canada, Multiple candies and snacks like “Crispy M&M’s” (which replaces Pretzel M&M’s), “Hershey’s Kissables” (2 varieties), “Pringles Ridges” potato crisps (7 flavors), “Torengos” tortilla crisps (6 varieties), “Super Tootsie Roll Pops”, full-size “Hershey’s Krackel Bars”, “Swedish Berries”, an update of “Jelly Belly Jelly Beans”, an update of “Planters Peanut Butter” (which extends to include the Creamy and Crunchy varieties, which each appear in “Honey Roasted” and “Reduced Fat” forms), updates of a couple sugar cereals from each manufacturer: Cocoa Puffs & Trix from “General Mills”, Cocoa Pebbles & Fruity Pebbles from “Post Cereals”, and Apple Jacks & Froot Loops from “Kellogg’s” (which’ll all have marshmallows being added), Planters Pretzel Mania (6 varieties), “Planters Cheez Mania” (5 varieties), “Planters Snak Mix Mania” (3 varieties), “Tart ‘n’ Tangy Skittles”, “Caramel M&M’s”, an update of Cap’n Crunch’s “Crunch Berries”/”Oops! All Berries” (which’ll each have five colorful fruity flavors of corn cereal puffs in pieces – strawberry-red, watermelon-green, blueberry-blue, orange-orange, and grape-purple), an update of “Charms Super Blow Pops”, “Honey Maid Mini S’mores”, “Honey Maid Bees” (4 varieties), an update of “Wonka Exceptionals” chocolate candy bars (including an exact revival of the original Wonka Bars, “Golden Graham Crunch”), “Nesquik Cereal”, “Ritz Bits” bite-size butter crackers, an update of Lucky Charms Cereal from “General Mills” (which’ll have green cloverleaf, orange star, and yellow/orange pot-of-gold marshmallows as “new” repalcements, joining the other five shapes), “Nutter Butter Cookies” (which’ll extend to include the “Extreme Creme” variety in the same shape as that of the Original), “Chips Ahoy! Cookies” (which’ll be updated to include Original, with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, with Caramel Turtles, with HEATH! Toffee Brittle Bars, Candy Blasts with Hershey’s Kissables, Chunky Fudge, and Double Chunky Fudge), “Oreo Cookies” (which’ll be updated to include the regular and double-stuffed varieties that are each under 4 forms – Original, Golden, Heads or Tails, and Assorted), the “Toll House Premiums” cookie dough and baking pieces line (which replaces the “Toll House Ultimates” cookie dough line), “Jet-Puffed Premiums” marshmallows line (10 flavors), and various other candies and snacks that are finally either coming back or are being updated and’ll all become popular forever, as of c. late 2013/early 2014, because of the North American economy getting better.

    The typical examples were that the “Crispy” and “Caramel” varieties of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies are both coming back (which’ll be respectively due to when the slightly-neurotic “Orange M&M” character having his giant rice crispiness being shown inside himself and transforms from its giant pretzel that they used to show, and the seductive “Ms. Green M&M” character having her mysterious smooth ‘n’ creamy filling being shown inside herself), joining the other 5 M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies varieties, and’ll both have six of the same core colors (red, green, blue, yellow, orange, and brown) as any of the other five varieties.

    If there’s any questions for the “North American Candy & Snack Food Revival” to come, answer these questions!!!!!!…….THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!!!!

  13. P.S. NOTE until c. late 2013/early 2014, when Crispy M&M’s are finally coming back to the United States due to the North American candy/snack-food revival, you can still buy them in either Europe, Australia, and Southeast Asia!!!!!!…….QUESTIONS, EVERYONE!!!!!!!

  14. According to some of the staff who each work at multiple food manufacturers anywhere in over 50 U.S. states, multiple food items are finally returning to all 50 U.S. states around c. late 2013/early 2014, due to the North American economy getting better:

    * “Crispy M&M’s” – Replacing Pretzel M&M’s around early 2014, due to the slightly neurotic “Orange M&M” character (voiced by Eric Kirchberger), having his giant pretzel inside turning into his own rice crispiness and when Nestle Crunch gains competition once again.
    * “Tart ‘n’ Tangy Skittles” – Replacing Sour Skittles around early 2014, due to over five exotic extreme flavors getting tart ‘n’ tangy: Tangerine, Wild Cherry, Green Apple, Blue Raspberry, and Watermelon.
    * “Hershey’s Krackel Bars” (full-size form) – Returning around early 2014, due to when Nestle Crunch gains competition once again.
    * “Super Tootsie Pops” – Returning around late 2013, and just like traditional Tootsie Pops and Tootsie Pop Drops, finally coming in 7 flavors: “chocolate” (brown), “cherry” (red), “orange” (orange), “grape” (purple), “blue raspberry” (blue), “strawberry” (pink), and “watermelon” (green).
    * “Charms Super Blow Pops” (update) – Returning around late 2013, just like traditional Charms Blow Pops and Blow Pop Minis, finally coming in 7 flavors: “cherry” (red), “orange” (orange), “grape” (purple), “strawberry” (red), “sour apple” (green), “watermelon” (pink), and “blue razz-berry” (blue)
    * “Hershey’s Shell Toppings” (update) – Extending up to 9 flavors in early 2014: Milk Chocolate, Reese’s Peanut Butter, Heath Butter Toffee, Special Dark, Krackel, Caramel, and Mr. Goodbar
    * “Jelly Belly Jelly Beans” (update) – Extending up to 200 flavors around late 2013, including the “Official 100 Flavors” (24 new flavors, 28 returning flavors, and 48 existing flavors), “10-Flavor Sours Mix” (5 existing, 5 returning), “Smoothie Blend” (5 flavors), “Cold Stone Ice Cream Parlor Mix” (5 flavors), “Hawaiian Punch Mix” (1 returning flavor, 7 new flavors), and 22 new rookie flavors, all being permanently-popular around late 2013, and with some limited-time only flavors being introduced around early 2014.
    * “Pringles Ridges” (returning product, seven flavors) – Returning around early 2014 to compete against Frito-Lay’s new “Ruffles Stax” in 7 great flavors, due to Pringles discontinuing all but the 8 standard flavors of original Pringles Potato Crisps.
    * “Torengos” (returning product, five varieties) – Returning around early 2014 to compete against Frito-Lay’s new “Tostitos Stax” in 6 great varieties, due to Pringles discontinuing all but the 8 standard flavors of original Pringles Potato Crisps.
    * “Hershey’s Kissables” – Replacing all of the other varieties in the “Pieces” line aside from Reese’s Pieces around early 2014, and come in its two different varieties: “Milk Chocolate” and “Dark Chocolate”
    * “Planters Peanut Butter” (update) – Extending in late 2013 to include Original, Honey Roasted, and Reduced Fat to each come in “creamy” and “crunchy” varieties, plus the whipped creamy variety.
    * “Big Cheez-It from Keebler’s Sunshine” and “Kraft Big Cheese Nips from Nabisco” (returning products) – Extending in late 2013 to include both the “original” and “reduced fat” varieties for each product.
    * “Wonka Exceptionals” premium chocolate bars (update) – Extending in late 2013 to include approx. 8 flavors: Triple Dazzle Caramel, Fantabulous Fudge, Golden Graham Crunch, Scrumdiddlyumptious, Whipple Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight, All About Peanuts, Domed Dark Chocolate, and Chocolate Waterfall, each of which come in full-size bars and bags of pieces.
    * “Planters Cheez Mania” – Returning and extending around late 2014, to include 5 great varieties: Balls, Curls, Twists, Pops, and Puffs.
    * “Planters Pretzel Mania” – Returning and extending around early 2014, to include 6 great varieties: Waffles, Sticks, Thins, Mini Twists, Old Fashioned, and Old Fashioned Sticks.
    * “Planters Snak Mix Mania” – Returning and extending around early 2014, to include the “Party Mix”, “Poker Mix”, and “Pub Mix” products.
    * “Fun Fruit Skittles” – Another variety of “Skittles” being introduced around early 2014.
    * “Caramel M&M’s” – Returning around early 2014, due to the character of “Ms. Green M&M” ending up having its smooth ‘n’ creamy filling inside milk chocolate.
    * “Nesquik Cereal” – Returning early 2014, due to General Mills selling Reese’s Puffs to Post Cereals
    * “Cocoa Puffs” and “Trix” cereals (update) – Returning around late 2013, featuring rounded white-colored chocolate marshmallows being added to Cocoa Puffs, and 8 fruity marshmallow shapes were to Trix where over 6 colorful fruity flavors of corn cereal puffs to be in pieces.
    * “Apple Jacks” and “Froot Loops” cereals (update) – Returning around late 2013, apple-shaped “apple cinnamon”-flavored marshmallows were being added to Apple Jacks and 8 fruity marshmallow shapes were to Froot Loops cereal
    * “Cocoa Pebbles” and “Fruity Pebbles” cereals (update) – Returning around late 2013, featuring dinosaur bone-shaped marshmallows being added to both cereals that are each in the same flavoring.
    * Multiple chocolates ‘n’ candies from Brach’s are finally returning around c. late 2013/early 2014.
    * Cap’n Crunch’s “Crunch Berries” and “Oops! All Berries” cereals (update) – Extending around late 2013 to include five colorful fruity flavors in pieces: “strawberry” (red), “watermelon” (green), “blueberry” (blue), “orange” (orange), and “grape” (purple).
    * “Lucky Charms Cereal” (update) – Returning around late 2013, the “Leprechaun Hat” (green), “Shooting Star” (orange/white), and “Hourglass” (orange/yellow) marshmallows were being respectively replaced with green cloverleaf, orange star, and yellow/orange pot-of-gold marshmallows that are bigger and brightly-colored like the other five marshmallows, and with twelve shapes of frosted toasted oat cereal pieces.
    * “Hershey’s Syrups” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include 6 flavors in all: Milk Chocolate, Special Dark, Very Vanilla, Strawberry, Caramel, and Banana.
    * “Toll House Premiums” cookie dough and candy topping line – Replacing the “Toll House Ultimates” line around early 2014, and includes five cookie dough varieties (including four of which were candy toppings to be available): “Caramel Turtles” (caramel-filled chocolate turtles), “Peanut Butter Cups” (peanut butter-filled chocolate cups), “Rainbow Candies” (button-shaped chocolates coated in 6 of the same colors of shells as M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies, but without the letter “M” mark on it), and “Toffee Brittle Bars” (english toffee brittle-filled chocolate bars)
    * “Honey Maid Bees” (returning product, 4 flavors) – Returning around late 2013, to come in 4 of the same flavors as “Teddy Grahams” teddy bear-shaped graham crackers, but in a honey bee shape.
    * “Honey Maid Mini-S’mores” (returning product) – Returning around late 2013.
    * “Ritz Bits” bite-sized butter crackers (returning product) – Returning around late 2013.
    * the “Kool-Aid Punch” line – Replacing the original “Tropical Punch” around early 2014 and comes in 6 flavors: “Tropical Punch” (red), “Kiwi Strawberry Punch” (green), “Watermelon Punch” (pink), “Berry Punch” (blue), “Orange Punch” (orange), and “Grape Punch” (grape)
    * the “Kool-Aid Lemonade” line – Replacing the original “Lemonade” and “Pink Lemonade” flavors around early 2014, and come in 7 flavors: “Lemonade” (yellow), “Pink Lemonade” (pink), “Cherry Lemonade” (red), “Orange Lemonade” (orange), “Grape Lemonade” (purple), “Green Apple Lemonade” (green), and “Berry Blue Lemonade” (blue)
    * Nestle’s bite-size chocolate candy line (update) – Extending around late 2013 to include 8 great varieties: “Goobers”, “Raisinets”, “Sno-Caps”, “Nestle Milk Chocolate Drops”, “Caramellos”, “Buncha Crunch”, “Baby Ruth Bites” and “Butterfinger Bites”, and to each come in movie theatre-sized boxes, actual-size bags with only one serving, full-size releasable zipper pouches, and in bulk.
    * Hershey’s bite-size chocolate candy line (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include “Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Drops”, “Hershey’s Cookies ‘n’ Creme Drops”, “Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Minis”, “Hershey’s Special Dark Drops”, “Rolo Minis”, “Kit Kat Kubes”, and “Heath Minis”.
    * the “Jet-Puffed Premiums” marshmallows line – Replacing multiple flavors of Jet-Puffed Marshmallows around early 2014, and consists of any of the following 10 flavors: Sizzling Cinnamon, Gingerbread, Toasted Coconut, French Vanilla, Assorted Fruit Flavors, Chocolate Cravers, All About Caramel, Strawberry-Licious, Green Apple Craze, and Banana Bunch. Kraft’s Jet-Puffed Marshmallows, when being updated around c. late 2013/early 2014, will finally only come in the “original” flavor in approx. 6 varieties: regular/large, miniature, jumbo/extra-large, stackers, the original flavor of Jet-Puffed Mallow Bits, and with the “Marshmallow Creme” product being kept intact.
    * Kraft Foods Global’s “Planters” division entering their salty-snack market with three new product lines around late 2013: “Potato Chips” (8 flavors), “Dip Chips” (7 flavors), and “Tortilla Chips” (6 varieties).
    * Three ice cream bar varieties in huge-sized single-serve form: “Nestle Crunch Vanilla King Bar”, “Butterfinger King Bar” and “Baby Ruth King Bar” – All of them are finally returning, and’ll become the basis for Nestle Ice Cream’s 60-pack “Candy Shop” multi-pack packages.
    * “Mrs. Fields Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich” and “Oreo Big Stuf Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich” – Both of them are finally returning in single-serve and multi-pack package forms, which’ll make them not being manufactured by Klondike anymore, and’ll simply be manufactured by Good Humor, just like that of the “Reese’s Peanut Butter Ice Cream Cup” in single-serve and multi-pack package forms.
    * “Planters Caramel Pretzel ‘n’ Nut Clusters” ice cream bar – Finally returning in single-serve and multi-pack package forms.
    * Kraft Foods’ “Pizza Hut Home Originals” (new products) – Pizza crusts and sauces were being introduced around late 2013, and’ll finally be available, just like their competitor Boboli, making Kraft Foods their permanent contract agreements with Yum! Brands, Inc. around early 2014.
    * “Oreo Cookies” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include 4 varieties each in “Original” and “Double Stuf” products: Original, Golden, Heads or Tails, and Assorted.
    * “Nutter Butter Cookies” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include the “Original” and “Extreme Creme” varieties.
    * “Chips Ahoy! Cookies” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include 7 great varieties: Original, with Heath, with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Caramel Turtle, Candy Blasts with Hershey’s Kissables, Double Chunk Fudge, and Chunk Fudge.
    * “Caramel Apple Puffs” cereal – Available in stores around early 2014.
    * “Cocoa Puffs S’mores Crunch” and “Brownie Crisp” cereals, the two spin-offs of “Cocoa Puffs” and “Cookie Crisp” cereals as its own split – Both replacing “Cocoa Puffs Brownie Crunch” around early 2014.
    * ……and various others, all finally returning to and’ll be available once again in the U.S. for the first time in ages by c. late 2013/early 2014!!!!!!

    As of early 2014, PepsiCo’s “Frito-Lay” division is finally making their permanent contract agreement with Yum! Brands, Inc. to extend their “Doritos” line, so that they’ll include the following 8 permanently-popular varieties: “Toasted Corn” (100% whole grain with no bold flavoring), “Cool Ranch” (ranch-flavored), “Nacho Cheese” (nacho cheddar-flavored), “Spicy Nacho” (nacho cheddar/jalapeño-flavored), “Zesty Spinach” (spinach-flavored), “Salsa Verde” (jalapeño-flavored), “Pizza Hut Pizza Cravers” (pizza-flavored) and “Taco Bell Taco Supreme” (taco-flavored).

    In addition, Kraft Foods and Clorox are making permanent contract agreements with Frito-Lay’s “Lay’s” and “Ruffles” potato chip lines once again around early 2014, because the “K.C. Masterpiece” BBQ, “Cracker Barrel” Cheddar Cheese, and “Hidden Valley” Ranch flavors of Frito-Lay’s “Lay’s” potato chip line are finally joining the other 5 standard flavors: “Original”, “Jalapeño”, “Salt & Vinegar”, “Sour Cream & Onion”, and “Loaded Baked Potato” (approx. 7 of the 8 standard flavors of “Lay’s” potato chip line are finally becoming the basis for its rippled crinkle-cut counterpart, which’ll become called Frito-Lay’s “Ruffles” potato chip line when making permanent contract agreements with Kraft Foods and Clorox around early 2014).

    And don’t forget, M&M-Mars, Inc. is finally introducing their “M&M’s Premiums” milk chocolate candy bars in 6 different varieties (which each combine standard chocolate candy bars with “M&M’s Minis” milk chocolate candies on it, and with the M&M’s logo on four molds for giant-sized extra-large bars and one mold for single-serve bars); the following 6 varieties being introduced around early 2014 are “Milk Chocolate”, “Milk Chocolate with Peanuts”, “Milk Chocolate with Crisp Rice”, “Milk Chocolate with Almonds”, “Milk Chocolate with Peanut Butter” and “Milk Chocolate with Caramel”, and these will be just like their bite-sized candy counterparts.

    They’ll finally be available once again for the first time in ages in all fine retailers anywhere in the U.S. (as of c. late 2013/early 2014), eventually becoming permanently-popular products due to the North American economy getting better.

  15. The script being written to the first “M&M’s Premiums” milk chocolate candy bars commercial from M&M-Mars, Inc. around 2013, will be:

    * Red M&M: “This is how I’m ending up being just-plain old milk chocolate!”
    * Yellow M&M: “This is how I’m ending up being nutty!”
    * Orange M&M: “This is how I’m ending up being crispiness!”
    * Blue M&M: “This is how I’m ending up being nutty too!”
    * Ms. Green M&M: “This is how I’m ending up having a smooth ‘n’ creamy filling inside milk chocolate!”
    * Announcer: “Introducing M&M’s Premiums, the milk-chocolate candy bar versions of M&M’s that are loaded with M&M’s Minis Milk Chocolate Candies……Available in 6 varieties!!!!!!”

    This commercial will follow the edited 20-second version of the first of over 180 M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies commercials by airing on all local TV channels anywhere in the U.S., all nationwide TV channels in the U.S., and in movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. around early 2015, due to the introduction of over 6 varieties of “M&M’s Premiums” milk-chocolate candy bars, which’ll become popular forever like their bite-sized candy counterpart. The following 6 varieties of “M&M’s Premiums Milk Chocolate Candy Bars” are:

    * “Milk Chocolate” (the official spokes-candy appearing is “Red M&M”, just like Milk Chocolate M&M’s)
    * “Milk Chocolate with Peanuts” (the official spokes-candy appearing is “Yellow M&M”, just like Peanut M&M’s)
    * “Milk Chocolate with Crisp Rice” (the official spokes-candy appearing is “Orange M&M”, just like Crispy M&M’s)
    * “Milk Chocolate with Almonds” (the official spokes-candy appearing is “Blue M&M”, just like Almond M&M’s)
    * “Milk Chocolate with Peanut Butter” (the official spokes-candy appearing is “Ms. Green M&M”, just like Peanut Butter M&M’s)
    * “Milk Chocolate with Caramel” (the official spokes-candy appearing is “Ms. Green M&M”, just like Caramel M&M’s).

    Both the “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” line and their full-sized candy bar counterpart, “M&M’s Premiums Milk Chocolate Candy Bars”, will each come in approx. 6 of the same varieties that’ll become popular forever by c. 2014/2015.

  16. The script being written to the first “M&M’s Premiums” milk chocolate candy bars commercial from M&M-Mars, Inc. around 2013, will be:

    * Red M&M: “This is how I’m ending up being just-plain old milk chocolate!”
    * Yellow M&M: “This is how I’m ending up being nutty!”
    * Orange M&M: “This is how I’m ending up being crispiness!”
    * Blue M&M: “This is how I’m ending up being nutty too!”
    * Ms. Green M&M: “This is how I’m ending up having a smooth ‘n’ creamy filling inside milk chocolate!”
    * Announcer: “Introducing M&M’s Premiums Milk Chocolate Candy Bars, the milk-chocolate candy bar versions of M&M’s that are loaded with M&M’s Minis Milk Chocolate Candies…..Available in 6 varieties!!!!!!”

    This commercial will follow the edited 20-second version of the first of over 180 M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies commercials by airing on all local TV channels anywhere in the U.S., all nationwide TV channels in the U.S., and in movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. around early 2015, due to the introduction of over 6 varieties of “M&M’s Premiums” milk-chocolate candy bars, which’ll become popular forever like their bite-sized candy counterpart. The following 6 varieties of “M&M’s Premiums Milk Chocolate Candy Bars” are:

    * “Milk Chocolate” (the official spokes-candy appearing is “Red M&M”, just like Milk Chocolate M&M’s)
    * “Milk Chocolate with Peanuts” (the official spokes-candy appearing is “Yellow M&M”, just like Peanut M&M’s)
    * “Milk Chocolate with Crisp Rice” (the official spokes-candy appearing is “Orange M&M”, just like Crispy M&M’s)
    * “Milk Chocolate with Almonds” (the official spokes-candy appearing is “Blue M&M”, just like Almond M&M’s)
    * “Milk Chocolate with Peanut Butter” (the official spokes-candy appearing is “Ms. Green M&M”, just like Peanut Butter M&M’s)
    * “Milk Chocolate with Caramel” (the official spokes-candy appearing is “Ms. Green M&M”, just like Caramel M&M’s).

    Both the “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” line and their full-sized candy bar counterpart, “M&M’s Premiums Milk Chocolate Candy Bars”, will each come in approx. 6 of the same varieties that’ll become popular forever by c. 2014/2015.

  17. According to some of the staff who each work at multiple food manufacturers anywhere in over 50 U.S. states, multiple food items are finally returning to all 50 U.S. states around c. late 2013/early 2014, due to the North American economy getting better:

    * “Crispy M&M’s” – Replacing Pretzel M&M’s around early 2014, due to the slightly neurotic “Orange M&M” character (voiced by Eric Kirchberger), having his giant pretzel inside turning into his own rice crispiness and when Nestle Crunch gains competition once again.
    * “Tart ‘n’ Tangy Skittles” – Replacing Sour Skittles around early 2014, due to over five exotic extreme flavors getting tart ‘n’ tangy: Tangerine, Wild Cherry, Green Apple, Blue Raspberry, and Watermelon.
    * “Hershey’s Krackel Bars” (full-size form) – Returning around early 2014, due to when Nestle Crunch gains competition once again.
    * “Super Tootsie Pops” – Returning around late 2013, and just like traditional Tootsie Pops and Tootsie Pop Drops, finally coming in 7 flavors: “chocolate” (brown), “cherry” (red), “orange” (orange), “grape” (purple), “blue raspberry” (blue), “strawberry” (pink), and “watermelon” (green).
    * “Charms Super Blow Pops” (update) – Returning around late 2013, just like traditional Charms Blow Pops and Blow Pop Minis, finally coming in 7 flavors: “cherry” (red), “orange” (orange), “grape” (purple), “strawberry” (red), “sour apple” (green), “watermelon” (pink), and “blue razz-berry” (blue)
    * “Hershey’s Shell Toppings” (update) – Extending up to 9 flavors in early 2014: Milk Chocolate, Reese’s Peanut Butter, Heath Butter Toffee, Special Dark, Krackel, Caramel, and Mr. Goodbar
    * “Jelly Belly Jelly Beans” (update) – Extending up to 200 flavors around late 2013, including the “Official 100 Flavors” (24 new flavors, 28 returning flavors, and 48 existing flavors), “10-Flavor Sours Mix” (5 existing, 5 returning), “Smoothie Blend” (5 flavors), “Cold Stone Ice Cream Parlor Mix” (5 flavors), “Hawaiian Punch Mix” (1 returning flavor, 7 new flavors), and 22 new rookie flavors, all being permanently-popular around late 2013, and with some limited-time only flavors being introduced around early 2014.
    * “Pringles Ridges” (returning product, seven flavors) – Returning around early 2014 to compete against Frito-Lay’s new “Ruffles Stax” in 7 great flavors, due to Pringles discontinuing all but the 8 standard flavors of original Pringles Potato Crisps.
    * “Torengos” (returning product, five varieties) – Returning around early 2014 to compete against Frito-Lay’s new “Tostitos Stax” in 6 great varieties, due to Pringles discontinuing all but the 8 standard flavors of original Pringles Potato Crisps.
    * “Hershey’s Kissables” – Replacing all of the other varieties in the “Pieces” line aside from Reese’s Pieces around early 2014, and come in its two different varieties: “Milk Chocolate” and “Dark Chocolate”
    * “Planters Peanut Butter” (update) – Extending in late 2013 to include Original, Honey Roasted, and Reduced Fat to each come in “creamy” and “crunchy” varieties, plus the whipped creamy variety.
    * “Big Cheez-It from Keebler’s Sunshine” and “Kraft Big Cheese Nips from Nabisco” (returning products) – Extending in late 2013 to include both the “original” and “reduced fat” varieties for each product.
    * “Wonka Exceptionals” premium chocolate bars (update) – Extending in late 2013 to include approx. 8 flavors: Triple Dazzle Caramel, Fantabulous Fudge, Golden Graham Crunch, Scrumdiddlyumptious, Whipple Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight, All About Peanuts, Domed Dark Chocolate, and Chocolate Waterfall, each of which come in full-size bars and bags of pieces.
    * “Planters Cheez Mania” – Returning and extending around late 2014, to include 5 great varieties: Balls, Curls, Twists, Pops, and Puffs.
    * “Planters Pretzel Mania” – Returning and extending around early 2014, to include 6 great varieties: Waffles, Sticks, Thins, Mini Twists, Old Fashioned, and Old Fashioned Sticks.
    * “Planters Snak Mix Mania” – Returning and extending around early 2014, to include the “Party Mix”, “Poker Mix”, and “Pub Mix” products.
    * “Fun Fruit Skittles” – Another variety of “Skittles” being introduced around early 2014.
    * “Caramel M&M’s” – Returning around early 2014, due to the character of “Ms. Green M&M” ending up having its smooth ‘n’ creamy filling inside milk chocolate.
    * “Nesquik Cereal” – Returning early 2014, due to General Mills selling Reese’s Puffs to Post Cereals
    * “Cocoa Puffs” and “Trix” cereals (update) – Returning around late 2013, featuring rounded white-colored chocolate marshmallows being added to Cocoa Puffs, and 8 fruity marshmallow shapes were to Trix where over 6 colorful fruity flavors of corn cereal puffs to be in pieces.
    * “Apple Jacks” and “Froot Loops” cereals (update) – Returning around late 2013, apple-shaped “apple cinnamon”-flavored marshmallows were being added to Apple Jacks and 8 fruity marshmallow shapes were to Froot Loops cereal
    * “Cocoa Pebbles” and “Fruity Pebbles” cereals (update) – Returning around late 2013, featuring dinosaur bone-shaped marshmallows being added to both cereals that are each in the same flavoring.
    * Multiple chocolates ‘n’ candies from Brach’s are finally returning around c. late 2013/early 2014.
    * Cap’n Crunch’s “Crunch Berries” and “Oops! All Berries” cereals (update) – Extending around late 2013 to include five colorful fruity flavors in pieces: “strawberry” (red), “watermelon” (green), “blueberry” (blue), “orange” (orange), and “grape” (purple).
    * “Lucky Charms Cereal” (update) – Returning around late 2013, the “Leprechaun Hat” (green), “Shooting Star” (orange/white), and “Hourglass” (orange/yellow) marshmallows were being respectively replaced with green cloverleaf, orange star, and yellow/orange pot-of-gold marshmallows that are bigger and brightly-colored like the other five marshmallows, and with twelve shapes of frosted toasted oat cereal pieces.
    * “Hershey’s Syrups” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include 6 flavors in all: Milk Chocolate, Special Dark, Very Vanilla, Strawberry, Caramel, and Banana.
    * “Toll House Premiums” cookie dough and candy topping line – Replacing the “Toll House Ultimates” line around early 2014, and includes five cookie dough varieties (including four of which were candy toppings to be available): “Caramel Turtles” (caramel-filled chocolate turtles), “Peanut Butter Cups” (peanut butter-filled chocolate cups), “Rainbow Candies” (button-shaped chocolates coated in 6 of the same colors of shells as M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies, but without the letter “M” mark on it), and “Toffee Brittle Bars” (english toffee brittle-filled chocolate bars)
    * “Honey Maid Bees” (returning product, 4 flavors) – Returning around late 2013, to come in 4 of the same flavors as “Teddy Grahams” teddy bear-shaped graham crackers, but in a honey bee shape.
    * “Honey Maid Mini-S’mores” (returning product) – Returning around late 2013.
    * “Ritz Bits” bite-sized butter crackers (returning product) – Returning around late 2013.
    * the “Kool-Aid Punch” line – Replacing the original “Tropical Punch” around early 2014 and comes in 6 flavors: “Tropical Punch” (red), “Kiwi Strawberry Punch” (green), “Watermelon Punch” (pink), “Berry Punch” (blue), “Orange Punch” (orange), and “Grape Punch” (grape)
    * the “Kool-Aid Lemonade” line – Replacing the original “Lemonade” and “Pink Lemonade” flavors around early 2014, and come in 7 flavors: “Lemonade” (yellow), “Pink Lemonade” (pink), “Cherry Lemonade” (red), “Orange Lemonade” (orange), “Grape Lemonade” (purple), “Green Apple Lemonade” (green), and “Berry Blue Lemonade” (blue)
    * Nestle’s bite-size chocolate candy line (update) – Extending around late 2013 to include 8 great varieties: “Goobers”, “Raisinets”, “Sno-Caps”, “Nestle Milk Chocolate Drops”, “Caramellos”, “Buncha Crunch”, “Baby Ruth Bites” and “Butterfinger Bites”, and to each come in movie theatre-sized boxes, actual-size bags with only one serving, full-size releasable zipper pouches, and in bulk.
    * Hershey’s bite-size chocolate candy line (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include “Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Drops”, “Hershey’s Cookies ‘n’ Creme Drops”, “Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Minis”, “Hershey’s Special Dark Drops”, “Rolo Minis”, “Kit Kat Kubes”, and “Heath Minis”.
    * the “Jet-Puffed Premiums” marshmallows line – Replacing multiple flavors of Jet-Puffed Marshmallows around early 2014, and consists of any of the following 10 flavors: Sizzling Cinnamon, Gingerbread, Toasted Coconut, French Vanilla, Assorted Fruit Flavors, Chocolate Cravers, All About Caramel, Strawberry-Licious, Green Apple Craze, and Banana Bunch. Kraft’s Jet-Puffed Marshmallows, when being updated around c. late 2013/early 2014, will finally only come in the “original” flavor in approx. 6 varieties: regular/large, miniature, jumbo/extra-large, stackers, the original flavor of Jet-Puffed Mallow Bits, and with the “Marshmallow Creme” product being kept intact.
    * Kraft Foods Global’s “Planters” division entering their salty-snack market with three new product lines around late 2013: “Potato Chips” (8 flavors), “Dip Chips” (7 flavors), and “Tortilla Chips” (6 varieties).
    * Three ice cream bar varieties in huge-sized single-serve form: “Nestle Crunch Vanilla King Bar”, “Butterfinger King Bar” and “Baby Ruth King Bar” – All of them are finally returning, and’ll become the basis for Nestle Ice Cream’s 60-pack “Candy Shop” multi-pack packages.
    * “Mrs. Fields Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich” and “Oreo Big Stuf Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich” – Both of them are finally returning in single-serve and multi-pack package forms, which’ll make them not being manufactured by Klondike anymore, and’ll simply be manufactured by Good Humor, just like that of the “Reese’s Peanut Butter Ice Cream Cup” in single-serve and multi-pack package forms.
    * “Planters Caramel Pretzel ‘n’ Nut Clusters” ice cream bar – Finally returning in single-serve and multi-pack package forms.
    * Kraft Foods’ “Pizza Hut Home Originals” (new products) – Pizza crusts and sauces were being introduced around late 2013, and’ll finally be available, just like their competitor Boboli, making Kraft Foods their permanent contract agreements with Yum! Brands, Inc. around early 2014.
    * “Oreo Cookies” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include 4 varieties each in “Original” and “Double Stuf” products: Original, Golden, Heads or Tails, and Assorted.
    * “Nutter Butter Cookies” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include the “Original” and “Extreme Creme” varieties.
    * “Chips Ahoy! Cookies” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include 7 great varieties: Original, with Heath, with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Caramel Turtle, Candy Blasts with Hershey’s Kissables, Double Chunk Fudge, and Chunk Fudge.
    * “Caramel Apple Puffs” cereal – Available in stores around early 2014.
    * “Cocoa Puffs S’mores Crunch” and “Brownie Crisp” cereals, the two spin-offs of “Cocoa Puffs” and “Cookie Crisp” cereals as its own split – Both replacing “Cocoa Puffs Brownie Crunch” around early 2014.
    * ……and various others, all finally returning to and’ll be available once again in the U.S. for the first time in ages by c. late 2013/early 2014!!!!!!

    As of early 2014, PepsiCo’s “Frito-Lay” division is finally making their permanent contract agreement with Yum! Brands, Inc. to extend their “Doritos” line, so that they’ll include the following 8 permanently-popular varieties: “Toasted Corn” (100% whole grain with no bold flavoring), “Cool Ranch” (ranch-flavored), “Nacho Cheese” (nacho cheddar-flavored), “Spicy Nacho” (nacho cheddar/jalapeño-flavored), “Zesty Spinach” (spinach-flavored), “Salsa Verde” (jalapeño-flavored), “Pizza Hut Pizza Cravers” (pizza-flavored) and “Taco Bell Taco Supreme” (taco-flavored).

    In addition, Kraft Foods and Clorox are making permanent contract agreements with Frito-Lay’s “Lay’s” and “Ruffles” potato chip lines once again around early 2014, because the “K.C. Masterpiece” BBQ, “Cracker Barrel” Cheddar Cheese, and “Hidden Valley” Ranch flavors of Frito-Lay’s “Lay’s” potato chip line are finally joining the other 5 standard flavors: “Original”, “Jalapeño”, “Salt & Vinegar”, “Sour Cream & Onion”, and “Loaded Baked Potato” (approx. 7 of the 8 standard flavors of “Lay’s” potato chip line are finally becoming the basis for its rippled crinkle-cut counterpart, which’ll become called Frito-Lay’s “Ruffles” potato chip line when making permanent contract agreements with Kraft Foods and Clorox around early 2014).

    And don’t forget, M&M-Mars, Inc. is finally introducing their “M&M’s Premiums” milk chocolate candy bars in 6 different varieties (which each combine standard chocolate candy bars with “M&M’s Minis” milk chocolate candies on it, and with the M&M’s logo on four molds for giant-sized extra-large bars and one mold for single-serve bars); the following 6 varieties being introduced around early 2014 are “Milk Chocolate”, “Milk Chocolate with Peanuts”, “Milk Chocolate with Crisp Rice”, “Milk Chocolate with Almonds”, “Milk Chocolate with Peanut Butter” and “Milk Chocolate with Caramel”, and these will be just like their bite-sized candy counterparts.

    They’ll finally be available once again for the first time in ages in all fine retailers anywhere in the U.S. (as of c. late 2013/early 2014), eventually becoming permanently-popular products due to the North American economy getting better.

  18. Unfortunately, “Caramel M&M’s” were discontinued in 2003, and then 2 years later, “Crispy M&M’s” were discontinued by 2005. They were no longer available in the U.S. until early 2014, when they were being brought back to become popular forever and are being part of the “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” line.

  19. The script being written to the first “M&M’s Premiums” milk chocolate candy bars commercial from M&M-Mars, Inc. around 2013, will be:

    * Red M&M: “This is how I’m ending up being just-plain old milk chocolate!”
    * Yellow M&M: “This is how I’m ending up being nutty!”
    * Orange M&M: “This is how I’m ending up being crispiness!”
    * Blue M&M: “This is how I’m ending up being nutty too!”
    * Ms. Green M&M: “This is how I’m ending up having a smooth ‘n’ creamy filling inside milk chocolate!”
    * Announcer: “Introducing M&M’s Premiums Milk Chocolate Candy Bars, the milk-chocolate candy bar versions of M&M’s that are loaded with M&M’s Minis Milk Chocolate Candies…..Available in 6 varieties!!!!!!”

    This commercial will follow the edited 20-second version of the first of over 180 M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies commercials by airing on all local TV channels anywhere in the U.S., all nationwide TV channels in the U.S., and in movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. around early 2015, due to the introduction of over 6 varieties of “M&M’s Premiums” milk-chocolate candy bars, which’ll become popular forever like their bite-sized candy counterpart. The following 6 varieties of “M&M’s Premiums Milk Chocolate Candy Bars” are:

    * “Milk Chocolate” (the official spokes-candy appearing is “Red M&M”, just like Milk Chocolate M&M’s)
    * “Milk Chocolate with Peanuts” (the official spokes-candy appearing is “Yellow M&M”, just like Peanut M&M’s)
    * “Milk Chocolate with Crisp Rice” (the official spokes-candy appearing is “Orange M&M”, just like Crispy M&M’s)
    * “Milk Chocolate with Almonds” (the official spokes-candy appearing is “Blue M&M”, just like Almond M&M’s)
    * “Milk Chocolate with Peanut Butter” (the official spokes-candy appearing is “Ms. Green M&M”, just like Peanut Butter M&M’s)
    * “Milk Chocolate with Caramel” (the official spokes-candy appearing is “Ms. Green M&M”, just like Caramel M&M’s).

    Both the “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” line and their full-sized candy bar counterpart, “M&M’s Premiums Milk Chocolate Candy Bars”, will each come in approx. 6 of the same varieties that’ll become popular forever by c. 2014/2015.

  20. “Coconut M&M’s” and “Coconut Almond M&M’s” were being introduced in 2014, but were never discontinued at all. These two varieties of the “Coconut M&M’s” line, along with three varieties of the “Dark Chocolate M&M’s” line (plain, peanut, and crispy), are finally coming in single-serve size and serving size bags for a limited-time only around c. 2014/2015, and in any of the following 3 sizes of bags: “Individual Size” (Small-Medium), “Family Size” (Medium-Large), and “Party Size” (Extra Large), from c. 2014/2015, all the way up to date.

    In addition, M&M’s Munchables were being introduced around 2014, which features the character of Orange M&M’s sidekick, the “Pretzel Guy” (who used to be the mascot for the soon-to-be-discontinued Pretzel M&M’s). M&M’s Munchables are milk chocolate-covered pretzels loaded with “M&M’s Minis” milk chocolate candies, and’ll come in 4 different varieties in “pretzel” form, all that are coated in milk chocolate with loaded “M&Ms Minis” milk chocolate candies.

    * Original Pretzel Sticks (“Milk Chocolate”-covered).
    * Original Pretzel Twists (“Milk Chocolate”-covered).
    * Peanut Butter Pretzel Nuggets (“Milk Chocolate”-covered).
    * Peanut Butter Pretzel Sandwiches (“Milk Chocolate”-covered).

    They’ll be finally available in approx. 5 different sizes: Bulk, Single-Serve Size, Serving Size, Movie Theatre Box, and Releasable Size; just like all 6 varieties of the “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” line (plain, peanut, crispy, caramel, almond, and peanut butter).

    The following varieties of “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” to become popular forever are any of the 7 varieties, which’ll begin in early 2014, due to the “American Candy & Snack Food Revival” (U.S. & Canada) and with the North American economy getting better.

    * “Milk Chocolate” (the ones that are “just-plain”).
    * “Peanut” (the ones that are filled with whole peanut centers).
    * “Crispy” (the ones that are filled with rice-based crispy centers).
    * “Caramel” (the ones that are filled with creamy caramel centers).
    * “Almond” (the ones that are filled with whole almond centers).
    * “Peanut Butter” (the ones that are filled with creamy peanut butter centers).
    * ……and the “M&M’s Minis” variety (the ones that are miniatured and “just-plain”).

    In addition, the 2 varieties of the “Coconut M&M’s” line – plain and almond – and the 3 varieties of the “Dark Chocolate M&M’s” line – plain, peanut, and crispy – will be introduced around 2014, but the “single-serve size” and “serving size” bags will only be available for a limited-time by c. 2014/2015, and then they’ll be available in 3 sizes of bags: “Individual Size” (Small-Medium), “Family Size” (Medium-Large) and “Party Size” (Extra Large) since c. 2014/2015. Both the “Coconut M&M’s” and “Dark Chocolate M&M’s” lines will become popular forever too.

  21. “Coconut M&M’s” and “Coconut Almond M&M’s” were being introduced in 2014, but were never discontinued at all. These two varieties of the “Coconut M&M’s” line, along with three varieties of the “Dark Chocolate M&M’s” line (plain, peanut, and crispy), are finally coming in single-serve size and serving size bags for a limited-time only around c. 2014/2015, and in any of the following 3 sizes of bags: “Individual Size” (Small-Medium), “Family Size” (Medium-Large), and “Party Size” (Extra Large), from c. 2014/2015, all the way up to date.

    In addition, M&M’s Munchables were being introduced around 2014, which features the character of Orange M&M’s sidekick, the “Pretzel Guy” (who used to be the mascot for the soon-to-be-discontinued Pretzel M&M’s). M&M’s Munchables are milk chocolate-covered pretzels loaded with “M&M’s Minis” milk chocolate candies, and’ll come in 4 different varieties in “pretzel” form, all that are coated in milk chocolate with loaded “M&Ms Minis” milk chocolate candies.

    * Original Pretzel Sticks (“Milk Chocolate”-covered)
    * Original Pretzel Twists (“Milk Chocolate”-covered)
    * Peanut Butter Pretzel Nuggets (“Milk Chocolate”-covered)
    * Peanut Butter Pretzel Sandwiches (“Milk Chocolate”-covered)

    They’ll be finally available in approx. 5 different sizes: Bulk, Single-Serve Size, Serving Size, Movie Theatre Box, and Releasable Size; just like all 6 varieties of the “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” line (plain, peanut, crispy, caramel, almond, and peanut butter).

    The following varieties of “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” to become popular forever are any of the 7 varieties, which’ll begin in early 2014, due to the “American Candy & Snack Food Revival” (U.S. & Canada) and with the North American economy getting better.

    * “Milk Chocolate” (the ones that are “just-plain”)
    * “Peanut” (the ones that are filled with whole peanut centers)
    * “Crispy” (the ones that are filled with rice-based crispy centers)
    * “Caramel” (the ones that are filled with creamy caramel centers)
    * “Almond” (the ones that are filled with whole almond centers)
    * “Peanut Butter” (the ones that are filled with creamy peanut butter centers).
    * ……and the “M&M’s Minis” variety (the ones that are miniatured and “just-plain”).

    In addition, the 2 varieties of the “Coconut M&M’s” line – plain and almond – and the 3 varieties of the “Dark Chocolate M&M’s” line – plain, peanut, and crispy – will be introduced around 2014, but the “single-serve size” and “serving size” bags will only be available for a limited-time by c. 2014/2015, and then they’ll be available in 3 sizes of bags: “Individual Size” (Small-Medium), “Family Size” (Medium-Large) and “Party Size” (Extra Large) since c. 2014/2015. Both the “Coconut M&M’s” and “Dark Chocolate M&M’s” lines will become popular forever too.

  22. “Coconut M&M’s” and “Coconut Almond M&M’s” were being introduced in 2014, but were never discontinued at all. These two varieties of the “Coconut M&M’s” line, along with three varieties of the “Dark Chocolate M&M’s” line (plain, peanut, and crispy), are finally coming in single-serve size and serving size bags for a limited-time only around c. 2014/2015, and in any of the following 3 sizes of bags: “Individual Size” (Small-Medium), “Family Size” (Medium-Large), and “Party Size” (Extra Large), from c. 2014/2015, all the way up to date.

    In addition, M&M’s Munchables were being introduced around 2014, which features the character of Orange M&M’s sidekick, the “Pretzel Guy” (who used to be the mascot for the soon-to-be-discontinued Pretzel M&M’s). M&M’s Munchables are milk chocolate-covered pretzels loaded with “M&M’s Minis” milk chocolate candies, and’ll come in 4 different varieties in “pretzel” form, all that are coated in milk chocolate with loaded “M&Ms Minis” milk chocolate candies.

    * Original Pretzel Sticks (“Milk Chocolate”-covered)
    * Original Pretzel Twists (“Milk Chocolate”-covered)
    * Peanut Butter Pretzel Nuggets (“Milk Chocolate”-covered)
    * Peanut Butter Pretzel Sandwiches (“Milk Chocolate”-covered)

    They’ll be finally available in approx. 5 different sizes: Bulk, Single-Serve Size, Serving Size, Movie Theatre Box, and Releasable Size; just like all 6 varieties of the “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” line (plain, peanut, crispy, caramel, almond, and peanut butter).

    The following varieties of “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” to become popular forever are any of the 7 varieties, which’ll begin in early 2014, due to the “American Candy & Snack Food Revival” (U.S. & Canada) and with the North American economy getting better.

    * “Milk Chocolate” (the ones that are just plain)
    * “Peanut” (the ones that are filled with whole peanut centers)
    * “Crispy” (the ones that are filled with rice-based crispy centers)
    * “Caramel” (the ones that are filled with creamy caramel centers)
    * “Almond” (the ones that are filled with whole almond centers)
    * “Peanut Butter” (the ones that are filled with creamy peanut butter centers).
    * ……and the “M&M’s Minis” variety (the ones that are miniatured and just-plain).

    In addition, the 2 varieties of the “Coconut M&M’s” line – plain and almond – and the 3 varieties of the “Dark Chocolate M&M’s” line – plain, peanut, and crispy – will be introduced around 2014, but the “single-serve size” and “serving size” bags will only be available for a limited-time by c. 2014/2015, and then they’ll be available in 3 sizes of bags: “Individual Size” (Small-Medium), “Family Size” (Medium-Large) and “Party Size” (Extra Large) since c. 2014/2015. Both the “Coconut M&M’s” and “Dark Chocolate M&M’s” lines will become popular forever too.

  23. We’ve also learned that “Caramel M&M’s” are also becoming popular forever, as of late 2013/early 2014 (which means they’re finally replacing Coconut M&M’s that lasted only for a limited-time only period of 5 years: 2009-2013), and yet, Crispy M&M’s are coming back to the U.S. around the same time!!!!!!…….The following 7 varieties of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies to become popular forever, as of c. late 2013/early 2014 are:

    * “Milk Chocolate” – bite-sized milk chocolate cancdies that are just plain.
    * “Peanut” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that have peanut centers in it.
    * “Crispy” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that have rice-based crisp centers in it.
    * “Caramel” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that are filled with creamy caramel.
    * “Almond” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that have almond centers in it.
    * “Peanut Butter” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that are filled with creamy peanut butter.
    * …..and the “M&M’s Minis” variety (miniature versions of “just-plain” M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies)

    As revealed from M&M-Mars, Inc., there’ll be a script being written to the first Crispy M&M’s commercial in the U.S. since 2005 (when they’re discontinued in the U.S. by M&M-Mars, Inc. due to copyright issues with “Nestle Crunch” candy bars):

    * Orange M&M: “Ya, I know people love Rice Krispies Treats and chocolate put together, but now I can’t take it anymore!!!!!……I don’t care if I’m the official spokes-candy for Crispy M&M’s once again, this giant pretzel has been ultimately transformed into its own rice crispiness inside of me!!!!”
    * Pretzel Guy: “Sorry buddy, I’ve been fired from having my job with you!!!!”
    * Announcer: “M&M’s Crispy, the rice-based crispy center inside M&M’s, they’re back!!!!!”

    There’ll also be a script being written to the first Caramel M&M’s commercial since 2003 (when they were discontinued by M&M-Mars, Inc. as well):

    * Ms. Green M&M: “Hey there, baby!!!!……I’ve just learned that people would enjoy two of your favorites!!!!……M&M’s and Caramel, they’re together at last!!!!
    * Red M&M: “That’s right, Ms. Green, you’re the official spokes-candy for Caramel M&M’s once again, because these M&M’s candies were slightly filled with creamy caramel!!!!!”
    * Ms. Green M&M: “That’s the best thing ever happened to caramel since Caramel Apples, huh!!!!!”
    * Yellow M&M: “Hey Ms. Green, I’ve just learned that you’re also the official spokes-candy for the Peanut Butter variety!!!!”
    * Announcer: “M&M’s Caramel, the creamy caramel center inside M&M’s, they’re back!!!!!”

    Both of those commercials were being shown on all local TV channels anywhere in the U.S., all nationwide TV channels anywhere in the U.S., and in all movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. around early 2014!!!!!!……And don’t forget, the 6th M&M’s spokes-candy, “Ms. Brown M&M” (voiced by Vanessa Williams), is finally appearing as the official spokes-candy for all 6 varieties of the limited-time only “M&M’s Bare-Alls” line each year, starting around c. late 2013/early 2014, and there are the other five M&M’s spokes-candies are any of the following who appear in different “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” varieties around the same time, when becoming official.

    * “Ms. Green M&M” (voiced by Cree Summer) – the official spokes-candy for Caramel M&M’s and Peanut Butter M&M’s.
    * “Red M&M” (voiced by Billy West) – the official spokes-candy for Milk Chocolate M&M’s.
    * “Yellow M&M” (voiced by J.K. Simmons) – the official spokes-candy for Peanut M&M’s.
    * “Orange M&M” (voiced by Eric Kirchberger) – the official spokes-candy for Crispy M&M’s.
    * “Blue M&M” (voiced by Robb Pruitt) – the official spokes-candy for Almond M&M’s.

    There’ll be approx. 180 commercials for “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” that are all finally airing on all local TV channels anywhere in the U.S., all nationwide TV channels anywhere in the U.S., and in all movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. (with approx. 36 per year for 5 years). Approx. 6 commercials were each being filmed every 2 months for 5 years, between July 2014 and June 2019. In all of these “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” commercials (whose official slogan was being created for “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” around July 2014: “It’s a chocolatey, colorful life!”), viewers can hear the 5 M&M’s spokes-candies talk, whereas viewers can hear human characters and other real-life models in half of these commercials communicate via body language and vocal effects. The 6th M&M’s spokes-candy, “Ms. Brown M&M” (voiced by Vanessa Williams), never appears in any of these 180 commercials. And the announcer’s voice-over being heard at the end of all 180 M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies commercials (30 per year for 5 years: 2015-2019), appears to be the “Carl’s Jr./Hardee’s” sound-alike announcer.

  24. According to some of the staff who each work at multiple food manufacturers anywhere in over 50 U.S. states, multiple food items are finally returning to all 50 U.S. states around c. late 2013/early 2014, due to the North American economy getting better:

    * “Crispy M&M’s” – Replacing Pretzel M&M’s around early 2014, due to the slightly neurotic “Orange M&M” character (voiced by Eric Kirchberger), having his giant pretzel inside turning into his own rice crispiness and when Nestle Crunch gains competition once again.
    * “Tart ‘n’ Tangy Skittles” – Replacing Sour Skittles around early 2014, due to over five exotic extreme flavors getting tart ‘n’ tangy: Tangerine, Wild Cherry, Green Apple, Blue Raspberry, and Watermelon.
    * “Hershey’s Krackel Bars” (full-size form) – Returning around early 2014, due to when Nestle Crunch gains competition once again.
    * “Super Tootsie Pops” – Returning around late 2013, and just like traditional Tootsie Pops and Tootsie Pop Drops, finally coming in 7 flavors: “chocolate” (brown), “cherry” (red), “orange” (orange), “grape” (purple), “blue raspberry” (blue), “strawberry” (pink), and “watermelon” (green).
    * “Charms Super Blow Pops” (update) – Returning around late 2013, just like traditional Charms Blow Pops and Blow Pop Minis, finally coming in 7 flavors: “cherry” (red), “orange” (orange), “grape” (purple), “strawberry” (red), “sour apple” (green), “watermelon” (pink), and “blue razz-berry” (blue)
    * “Hershey’s Shell Toppings” (update) – Extending up to 9 flavors in early 2014: Milk Chocolate, Reese’s Peanut Butter, Heath Butter Toffee, Special Dark, Krackel, Caramel, and Mr. Goodbar
    * “Jelly Belly Jelly Beans” (update) – Extending up to 200 flavors around late 2013, including the “Official 100 Flavors” (24 new flavors, 28 returning flavors, and 48 existing flavors), “10-Flavor Sours Mix” (5 existing, 5 returning), “Smoothie Blend” (5 flavors), “Cold Stone Ice Cream Parlor Mix” (5 flavors), “Hawaiian Punch Mix” (1 returning flavor, 7 new flavors), and 22 new rookie flavors, all being permanently-popular around late 2013, and with some limited-time only flavors being introduced around early 2014.
    * “Jelly Belly Candy” (update) – Extending to include 150 chocolate candy products and 150 non-chocolate candy products around late 2013, and with some limited-time only candies being introduced as well around early 2014.
    * “Pringles Ridges” (returning product, 7 flavors) – Returning around early 2014 to compete against Frito-Lay’s new “Ruffles Stax” in 7 great flavors, due to Pringles discontinuing all but the 8 standard flavors of original Pringles Potato Crisps.
    * “Torengos” (returning product, 6 varieties) – Returning around early 2014 to compete against Frito-Lay’s new “Tostitos Stax” in 6 great varieties, due to Pringles discontinuing all but the 8 standard flavors of original Pringles Potato Crisps.
    * “Hershey’s Kissables” – Replacing all of the other varieties in the “Pieces” line aside from Reese’s Pieces around early 2014, and come in its two different varieties: “Milk Chocolate” and “Dark Chocolate”
    * “Planters Peanut Butter” (update) – Extending in late 2013 to include Original, Honey Roasted, and Reduced Fat to each come in “creamy” and “crunchy” varieties, plus the whipped creamy variety.
    * “Big Cheez-It from Keebler’s Sunshine” and “Kraft Big Cheese Nips from Nabisco” (returning products) – Extending in late 2013 to include both the “original” and “reduced fat” varieties for each product.
    * “Goldfish Colors” (update) – Around c. late 2013/early 2014, it’ll be updated to come in the colors of red, green, blue, yellow, orange, and purple (all in the same great cheddar taste as the original “Goldfish” baked snack crackers).
    * “Wonka Exceptionals” premium chocolate bars (update) – Extending in late 2013 to include approx. 8 flavors: Triple Dazzle Caramel, Fantabulous Fudge, Golden Graham Crunch, Scrumdiddlyumptious, Whipple Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight, All About Peanuts, Domed Dark Chocolate, and Chocolate Waterfall, each of which come in full-size bars and bags of pieces.
    * “Planters Cheez Mania” – Returning and extending around late 2014, to include 5 great varieties: Balls, Curls, Twists, Pops, and Puffs.
    * “Planters Pretzel Mania” – Returning and extending around early 2014, to include 6 great varieties: Waffles, Sticks, Thins, Mini Twists, Old Fashioned, and Old Fashioned Sticks.
    * “Planters Snak Mix Mania” – Returning and extending around early 2014, to include the “Party Mix”, “Poker Mix”, and “Pub Mix” products.
    * “Fun Fruit Skittles” – Another variety of “Skittles” being introduced around early 2014.
    * “Caramel M&M’s” – Replacing Coconut M&M’s after offered only for a limited-time around early 2014, coming in the same color scheme as Crispy M&M’s and other “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” varieties as permanent products.
    * “Nesquik Cereal” – Returning early 2014, due to General Mills selling Reese’s Puffs to Post Cereals
    * “Cocoa Puffs” and “Trix” cereals (update) – Returning around late 2013, featuring rounded white-colored chocolate marshmallows being added to Cocoa Puffs, and 8 fruity marshmallow shapes were to Trix where over 6 colorful fruity flavors of corn cereal puffs to be in pieces.
    * “Apple Jacks” and “Froot Loops” cereals (update) – Returning around late 2013, apple-shaped “apple cinnamon”-flavored marshmallows were being added to Apple Jacks and 8 fruity marshmallow shapes were to Froot Loops cereal
    * “Cocoa Pebbles” and “Fruity Pebbles” cereals (update) – Returning around late 2013, featuring dinosaur bone-shaped marshmallows being added to both cereals that are each in the same flavoring.
    * Multiple chocolates ‘n’ candies from Brach’s are finally returning around c. late 2013/early 2014.
    * Cap’n Crunch’s “Crunch Berries” and “Oops! All Berries” cereals (update) – Extending around late 2013 to include five colorful fruity flavors in pieces: “strawberry” (red), “watermelon” (green), “blueberry” (blue), “orange” (orange), and “grape” (purple).
    * “Lucky Charms Cereal” (update) – Returning around late 2013, the “Leprechaun Hat” (green), “Shooting Star” (orange/white), and “Hourglass” (orange/yellow) marshmallows were being respectively replaced with green cloverleaf, orange star, and yellow/orange pot-of-gold marshmallows that are bigger and brightly-colored like the other five marshmallows, and with twelve shapes of frosted toasted oat cereal pieces.
    * “Hershey’s Syrups” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include 6 flavors in all: Milk Chocolate, Special Dark, Very Vanilla, Strawberry, Caramel, and Banana.
    * “Toll House Premiums” cookie dough and candy topping line – Replacing the “Toll House Ultimates” line around early 2014, and includes five cookie dough varieties (including four of which were candy toppings to be available): “Caramel Turtles” (caramel-filled chocolate turtles), “Peanut Butter Cups” (peanut butter-filled chocolate cups), “Rainbow Candies” (button-shaped chocolates coated in 6 of the same colors of shells as M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies, but without the letter “M” mark on it), and “Toffee Brittle Bars” (english toffee brittle-filled chocolate bars)
    * “Honey Maid Bees” (returning product, 4 flavors) – Returning around late 2013, to come in 4 of the same flavors as “Teddy Grahams” teddy bear-shaped graham crackers, but in a honey bee shape.
    * “Honey Maid Mini-S’mores” (returning product) – Returning around late 2013.
    * “Mini Golden Oreo” cookies (returning product) – Returning around late 2013.
    * “Ritz Bits” bite-sized butter crackers (returning product) – Returning around late 2013.
    * the “Kool-Aid Punch” line – Replacing the original “Tropical Punch” around early 2014 and comes in 6 flavors: “Tropical Punch” (red), “Kiwi Strawberry Punch” (green), “Watermelon Punch” (pink), “Berry Punch” (blue), “Orange Punch” (orange), and “Grape Punch” (grape)
    * the “Kool-Aid Lemonade” line – Replacing the original “Lemonade” and “Pink Lemonade” flavors around early 2014, and come in 7 flavors: “Lemonade” (yellow), “Pink Lemonade” (pink), “Cherry Lemonade” (red), “Orange Lemonade” (orange), “Grape Lemonade” (purple), “Green Apple Lemonade” (green), and “Berry Blue Lemonade” (blue)
    * Nestle’s bite-size chocolate candy line (update) – Extending around late 2013 to include 8 great varieties: “Goobers”, “Raisinets”, “Sno-Caps”, “Nestle Milk Chocolate Drops”, “Caramellos”, “Buncha Crunch”, “Baby Ruth Bites” and “Butterfinger Bites”, and to each come in movie theatre-sized boxes, actual-size bags with only one serving, full-size releasable zipper pouches, and in bulk.
    * Hershey’s bite-size chocolate candy line (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include “Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Drops”, “Hershey’s Cookies ‘n’ Creme Drops”, “Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Minis”, “Hershey’s Special Dark Drops”, “Rolo Minis”, “Kit Kat Kubes”, and “Heath Minis”.
    * the “Jet-Puffed Premiums” marshmallows line – Replacing multiple flavors of Jet-Puffed Marshmallows around early 2014, and consists of any of the following 10 flavors: Sizzling Cinnamon, Gingerbread, Toasted Coconut, French Vanilla, Assorted Fruit Flavors, Chocolate Cravers, All About Caramel, Strawberry-Licious, Green Apple Craze, and Banana Bunch. Kraft’s Jet-Puffed Marshmallows, when being updated around c. late 2013/early 2014, will finally only come in the “original” flavor in approx. 6 varieties: regular/large, miniature, jumbo/extra-large, stackers, the original flavor of Jet-Puffed Mallow Bits, and with the “Marshmallow Creme” product being kept intact.
    * Kraft Foods Global’s “Planters” division entering their salty-snack market with three new product lines around late 2013: “Potato Chips” (8 flavors), “Dip Chips” (7 flavors), and “Tortilla Chips” (6 varieties).
    * Three ice cream bar varieties in huge-sized “single-serve” form from Nestle: “Nestle Crunch Vanilla King Bar”, “Butterfinger King Bar” and “Baby Ruth King Bar” – All of them are finally returning, and’ll become the basis for Nestle Ice Cream’s 60-pack “Candy Shop” multi-pack packages around early 2014; the 20-pack multi-pack packages of these three ice cream bar varieties will also be available around early 2014.
    * “Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie King Bar” (an ice cream bar in huge-sized “single-serve” form from Nestle) – Returning in “single-serve” and “multi-pack package” forms around early 2014.
    * “Mrs. Fields Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich” and “Oreo Big Stuf Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich” – Both of them are finally returning in single-serve and multi-pack package forms around early 2014, which’ll make them not being manufactured by Klondike anymore, and’ll simply be manufactured by Good Humor, just like that of the “Reese’s Peanut Butter Ice Cream Cup” in single-serve and multi-pack package forms.
    * “Planters Caramel Pretzel ‘n’ Nut Clusters” ice cream bar – Finally returning in single-serve and multi-pack package forms around early 2014.
    * Kraft Foods’ “Pizza Hut Home Originals” (new products) – Pizza crusts and sauces were being introduced around late 2013, and’ll finally be available, just like their competitor Boboli, making Kraft Foods their permanent contract agreements with Yum! Brands, Inc. around early 2014.
    * “Oreo Cookies” (update) – Extending around late 2013, and to include 4 varieties each in “Original” and “Double Stuf” products: Original, Golden, Heads or Tails, and Assorted.
    * “Keebler Droxies” cookies (update) – Returning around early 2014, replacing Sunshine’s “Hydrox” cookies, coming in 4 varieties each in “Keebler Droxies” and “Keebler Droxies Doubles” lines: Original, Golden, Duplex, and Assorted.
    * “Nutter Butter Cookies” (update) – Extending around late 2013, and to include the “Original” and “Extreme Creme” varieties.
    * “Keebler Chips Deluxe” cookies (update) – Around early 2014, they will finally come in 7 varieties: Original, Rainbow, with Peanut Butter Cups, with Caramel Turtles, with Toffee Brittle Bars, Chunky Lovers, and Double Chunky Lovers.
    * “Chips Ahoy! Cookies” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include 7 great varieties: Original, with Heath, with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Caramel Turtle, Candy Blasts with Hershey’s Kissables, Double Chunk Fudge, and Chunk Fudge.
    * “Caramel Apple Puffs” cereal – Available in stores around early 2014.
    * “Cocoa Puffs S’mores Crunch” and “Brownie Crisp” cereals, the two spin-offs of “Cocoa Puffs” and “Cookie Crisp” cereals as its own split – Both replacing “Cocoa Puffs Brownie Crunch” around early 2014.
    * Other bite-size candies from The Hershey Company (update) – Extending to include “Twizzlers Allsorts”, “Good-’n’-Plenty”, “Reese’s Pieces”, “Milk Duds”, and “Whoppers” around early 2014, and to come in theatre-sized boxes, releasable zipper pouches, and even in bulk.
    * “Sour Patch Fruits” (update) – Replacing the “Watermelon” variety and other fruity-shaped varieties from Cadbury’s “Sour Patch” line in packages around early 2014, and to come in any of the following 8 super-sour flavors in colorful fruity shapes: “Cherry” (red), “Orange” (orange), “Grape” (purple), “Peach” (orange/yellow), “Blue Raspberry” (blue), “Green Apple” (green), “Strawberry” (pink) and “Watermelon” (green/pink).
    * “Sour Patch Kids Extreme” – Returning around early 2014, and to come in 4 dual super-sour flavors: “Cherry/Peach”, “Orange/Green Apple”, “Grape/Watermelon” and “Blue Raspberry/Strawberry”.
    * “Swedish Berries” (update) – Returning early 2014, along with the official grand introduction of “Swedish Fruits” (the official 6-flavor fruity assortment version of “Swedish Berries” that are in turn being manufactured by Kraft Foods Global’s “Cadbury” division as well).
    * “Swedish Fish Aqua Life” (update) – Replacing the assorted variety of “Swedish Fish” in packages around early 2014.
    * “Twizzlers Mini-Twists” bite-size licorice – Around early 2014, it’ll come in the varieties of “Cherry Mini-Twists”, “Black Licorice Mini-Twists”, and an assortment of 6 fruit flavors called “Rainbow Mini-Twists”.
    * “Dubble Bubble” bulk candy – Extending around late 2013 to include the availability of 60 chewing gumball varieties, 60 non-chewing gumball varieties, and 30 wrapped bulk candy varieties (all being available in bulk).
    * “Jolly Rancher Hard Candy” (update) – Extending to include 3 varieties around early 2014: Original Fruits, Sweets ‘N’ Sours, and Tropical Blends.
    * “Jolly Rancher Fruit Chews” (update) – Extending to include 3 varieties around early 2014: Original Fruits, Sweet ‘N’ Sours, and Tropical Blends.
    * “Jolly Rancher Crunch ‘n’ Chews” candies (update) – Extending to include 3 varieties around late 2013: Original Fruits, Sweets ‘N’ Sours, and Tropical Blends.
    * “Keebler Grahams” (update) – Coming in the varieties of Honey, Cinnamon, and Chocolate (each in two forms: “Original” and “Reduced Fat”), returning early 2014.
    * “Cinnamon Nut Cheerios” (returning product) – Returning around early 2014, joining the following varieties of General Mills’ “Cheerios” breakfast cereal line to make a total of approx. 16 varieties in all: Original, Honey Nut, Multi-Grain, Apple Cinnamon, Banana Nut, Chocolate, Dulce de Leche, Peanut Butter (formerly the “Multi-Grain with Peanut Butter” variety), Cinnamon Burst, Frosted, Fruity, Yogurt Burst, Cookies ‘n’ Creme, and Maple & Brown Sugar.
    * ……and various others, all finally returning to and’ll be available once again in the U.S. for the first time in ages from various candy/snack-food manufacturers by c. late 2013/early 2014!!!!!!

    As of early 2014, PepsiCo’s “Frito-Lay” division is finally making their permanent contract agreement with Yum! Brands, Inc. to extend their “Doritos” line, so that they’ll include the following 8 permanently-popular varieties: “Toasted Corn” (100% whole grain with no bold flavoring), “Cool Ranch” (ranch-flavored), “Nacho Cheese” (nacho cheddar-flavored), “Spicy Nacho” (nacho cheddar/jalapeño-flavored), “Zesty Spinach” (spinach-flavored), “Salsa Verde” (jalapeño-flavored), “Pizza Hut Pizza Cravers” (pizza-flavored) and “Taco Bell Taco Supreme” (taco-flavored).

    In addition, Kraft Foods and Clorox are making permanent contract agreements with Frito-Lay’s “Lay’s” and “Ruffles” potato chip lines once again around early 2014, because the “K.C. Masterpiece” BBQ, “Cracker Barrel” Cheddar Cheese, and “Hidden Valley” Ranch flavors of Frito-Lay’s “Lay’s” potato chip line are finally joining the other 5 standard flavors: “Original”, “Jalapeño”, “Salt & Vinegar”, “Sour Cream & Onion”, and “Loaded Baked Potato” (approx. 7 of the 8 standard flavors of “Lay’s” potato chip line are finally becoming the basis for its rippled crinkle-cut counterpart, which’ll become called Frito-Lay’s “Ruffles” potato chip line when making permanent contract agreements with Kraft Foods and Clorox around early 2014).

    And don’t forget, M&M-Mars, Inc. is finally introducing their “M&M’s Premiums” milk chocolate candy bars in 6 different varieties (which each combine standard chocolate candy bars with “M&M’s Minis” milk chocolate candies on it, and with the M&M’s logo on four molds for giant-sized extra-large bars and one mold for single-serve bars); the following 6 varieties being invented around early 2015 are “Milk Chocolate”, “Milk Chocolate with Peanuts”, “Milk Chocolate with Crisp Rice”, “Milk Chocolate with Almonds”, “Milk Chocolate with Peanut Butter” and “Milk Chocolate with Caramel”, and these 6 varieties will finally be introduced and available in all fine retail stores anywhere in iver 50 U.S. states around early 2015, appearing to be in the same great taste as their bite-sized candy counterparts.

    They’ll finally be available once again for the first time in ages in all fine retailers anywhere in the U.S. (as of c. late 2013/early 2014), eventually becoming permanently-popular products due to the North American economy getting better.

  25. We’ve also learned that “Caramel M&M’s” are also becoming popular forever, as of late 2013/early 2014 (which means they’re finally replacing Coconut M&M’s that lasted only for a limited-time only period of 5 years: 2009-2013), and yet, Crispy M&M’s are coming back to the U.S. around the same time!!!!!!…….The following 7 varieties of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies to become popular forever, as of c. late 2013/early 2014 are:

    * “Milk Chocolate” – bite-sized milk chocolate cancdies that are just plain.
    * “Peanut” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that have peanut centers in it.
    * “Crispy” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that have rice-based crisp centers in it.
    * “Caramel” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that are filled with creamy caramel.
    * “Almond” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that have almond centers in it.
    * “Peanut Butter” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that are filled with creamy peanut butter.
    * …..and the “M&M’s Minis” variety (miniature versions of “just-plain” M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies)

    As revealed from M&M-Mars, Inc., there’ll be a script being written to the first Crispy M&M’s commercial in the U.S. since 2005 (when they’re discontinued in the U.S. by M&M-Mars, Inc. due to copyright issues with “Nestle Crunch” candy bars):

    * Orange M&M: “I know that people would enjoy Rice Krispies Treats and chocolate together, but now I can’t take it anymore!!!!!……I don’t care if I’m the official spokes-candy for Crispy M&M’s once again, this giant pretzel has been ultimately transformed into its own rice crispiness inside of me!!!!”
    * Pretzel Guy: “Sorry buddy, I’ve been fired from having my job with you!!!!”
    * Announcer: “M&M’s Crispy, the rice-based crispy center inside M&M’s, they’re back!!!!!”

    There’ll also be a script being written to the first Caramel M&M’s commercial since 2003 (when they were discontinued by M&M-Mars, Inc. as well):

    * Ms. Green M&M: “Hey there, baby!!!!……I’ve just learned that people would enjoy two of your favorites!!!!……M&M’s and Caramel, they’re together at last!!!!
    * Red M&M: “That’s right, Ms. Green, you’re the official spokes-candy for Caramel M&M’s once again, because these M&M’s candies were slightly filled with creamy caramel!!!!!”
    * Ms. Green M&M: “That’s the best thing ever happened to caramel since Caramel Apples, huh!!!!!”
    * Yellow M&M: “Hey Ms. Green, I’ve just learned that you’re also the official spokes-candy for the Peanut Butter variety!!!!”
    * Announcer: “M&M’s Caramel, the creamy caramel center inside M&M’s, they’re back!!!!!”

    Both of those commercials were being shown on all local TV channels anywhere in the U.S., all nationwide TV channels anywhere in the U.S., and in all movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. around early 2014!!!!!!……And don’t forget, the 6th M&M’s spokes-candy, “Ms. Brown M&M” (voiced by Vanessa Williams), is finally appearing as the official spokes-candy for all 6 varieties of the limited-time only “M&M’s Bare-Alls” line each year, starting around c. late 2013/early 2014, and there are the other five M&M’s spokes-candies are any of the following who appear in different “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” varieties around the same time, when becoming official.

    * “Ms. Green M&M” (voiced by Cree Summer) – the official spokes-candy for Caramel M&M’s and Peanut Butter M&M’s.
    * “Red M&M” (voiced by Billy West) – the official spokes-candy for Milk Chocolate M&M’s.
    * “Yellow M&M” (voiced by J.K. Simmons) – the official spokes-candy for Peanut M&M’s.
    * “Orange M&M” (voiced by Eric Kirchberger) – the official spokes-candy for Crispy M&M’s.
    * “Blue M&M” (voiced by Robb Pruitt) – the official spokes-candy for Almond M&M’s.

    There’ll be approx. 180 commercials for “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” that are all finally airing on all local TV channels anywhere in the U.S., all nationwide TV channels anywhere in the U.S., and in all movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. (with approx. 36 per year for 5 years). Approx. 6 commercials were each being filmed every 2 months for 5 years, between July 2014 and June 2019. In all of these “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” commercials (whose official slogan was being created for “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” around July 2014: “It’s a chocolatey, colorful life!”), viewers can hear the 5 M&M’s spokes-candies talk, whereas viewers can hear human characters and other real-life models in half of these commercials communicate via body language and vocal effects. The 6th M&M’s spokes-candy, “Ms. Brown M&M” (voiced by Vanessa Williams), never appears in any of these 180 commercials. And the announcer’s voice-over being heard at the end of all 180 M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies commercials (30 per year for 5 years: 2015-2019), appears to be the “Carl’s Jr./Hardee’s” sound-alike announcer.

  26. We’ve also learned that “Caramel M&M’s” are also becoming popular forever, as of late 2013/early 2014 (which means they’re finally replacing Coconut M&M’s that lasted only for a limited-time only period of 5 years: 2009-2013), and yet, Crispy M&M’s are coming back to the U.S. around the same time!!!!!!…….The following 7 varieties of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies to become popular forever, as of c. late 2013/early 2014 are:

    * “Milk Chocolate” – bite-sized milk chocolate cancdies that are just plain.
    * “Peanut” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that have peanut centers in it.
    * “Crispy” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that have rice-based crisp centers in it.
    * “Caramel” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that are filled with creamy caramel.
    * “Almond” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that have almond centers in it.
    * “Peanut Butter” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that are filled with creamy peanut butter.
    * …..and the “M&M’s Minis” variety (miniature versions of “just-plain” M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies)

    As revealed from M&M-Mars, Inc., there’ll be a script being written to the first Crispy M&M’s commercial in the U.S. since 2005 (when they’re discontinued in the U.S. by M&M-Mars, Inc. due to copyright issues with “Nestle Crunch” candy bars):

    * Orange M&M: “I know that people would enjoy Rice Krispies Treats and chocolate together, but now I can’t take it anymore!!!!!…..I don’t care if I’m the official spokes-candy for Crispy M&M’s once again, and this giant pretzel has been ultimately transformed into its own rice crispiness inside of me!!!!”
    * Pretzel Guy: “Sorry buddy, I’ve been fired from having my job with you!!!!”
    * Announcer: “M&M’s Crispy, the rice-based crispy center inside M&M’s, they’re back!!!!!”

    There’ll also be a script being written to the first Caramel M&M’s commercial since 2003 (when they were discontinued by M&M-Mars, Inc. as well):

    * Ms. Green M&M: “Hey there, baby!!!!……I’ve just learned that people would enjoy two of your favorites!!!!……M&M’s and Caramel, they’re together at last!!!!
    * Red M&M: “That’s right, Ms. Green, you’re the official spokes-candy for Caramel M&M’s once again, because these M&M’s candies were slightly filled with creamy caramel!!!!!”
    * Ms. Green M&M: “That’s the best thing happened to caramel since Caramel Apples, huh!!!!!”
    * Yellow M&M: “Hey Ms. Green, I’ve just learned that you’re also the official spokes-candy for the Peanut Butter variety!!!!”
    * Announcer: “M&M’s Caramel, the creamy caramel center inside M&M’s, they’re back!!!!!”

    Both of those commercials were being shown on all local TV channels anywhere in the U.S., all nationwide TV channels anywhere in the U.S., and in all movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. around early 2014!!!!!!……And don’t forget, the 6th M&M’s spokes-candy, “Ms. Brown M&M” (voiced by Vanessa Williams), is finally appearing as the official spokes-candy for all 6 varieties of the limited-time only “M&M’s Bare-Alls” line each year, starting around c. late 2013/early 2014, and there are the other five M&M’s spokes-candies are any of the following who appear in different “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” varieties around the same time, when becoming official.

    * “Ms. Green M&M” (voiced by Cree Summer) – the official spokes-candy for Caramel M&M’s and Peanut Butter M&M’s.
    * “Red M&M” (voiced by Billy West) – the official spokes-candy for Milk Chocolate M&M’s.
    * “Yellow M&M” (voiced by J.K. Simmons) – the official spokes-candy for Peanut M&M’s.
    * “Orange M&M” (voiced by Eric Kirchberger) – the official spokes-candy for Crispy M&M’s.
    * “Blue M&M” (voiced by Robb Pruitt) – the official spokes-candy for Almond M&M’s.

    There’ll be approx. 180 commercials for “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” that are all finally airing on all local TV channels anywhere in the U.S., all nationwide TV channels anywhere in the U.S., and in all movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. (with approx. 36 per year for 5 years). Approx. 6 commercials were each being filmed every 2 months for 5 years, between July 2014 and June 2019. In all of these “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” commercials (whose official slogan was being created for “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” around July 2014: “It’s a chocolatey, colorful life!”), viewers can hear the 5 M&M’s spokes-candies talk, whereas viewers can hear human characters and other real-life models in half of these commercials communicate via body language and vocal effects. The 6th M&M’s spokes-candy, “Ms. Brown M&M” (voiced by Vanessa Williams), never appears in any of these 180 commercials. And the announcer’s voice-over being heard at the end of all 180 M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies commercials (30 per year for 5 years: 2015-2019), appears to be the “Carl’s Jr./Hardee’s” sound-alike announcer.

  27. We’ve also learned that “Caramel M&M’s” are also becoming popular forever, as of late 2013/early 2014 (which means they’re finally replacing Coconut M&M’s that lasted only for a limited-time only period of 5 years: 2009-2013), and yet, Crispy M&M’s are coming back to the U.S. around the same time!!!!!!…….The following 7 varieties of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies to become popular forever, as of c. late 2013/early 2014 are:

    * “Milk Chocolate” – bite-sized milk chocolate cancdies that are just plain.
    * “Peanut” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that have peanut centers in it.
    * “Crispy” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that have rice-based crisp centers in it.
    * “Caramel” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that are filled with creamy caramel.
    * “Almond” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that have almond centers in it.
    * “Peanut Butter” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that are filled with creamy peanut butter.
    * …..and the “M&M’s Minis” variety (miniature versions of “just-plain” M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies)

    As revealed from M&M-Mars, Inc., there’ll be a script being written to the first Crispy M&M’s commercial in the U.S. since 2005 (when they’re discontinued in the U.S. by M&M-Mars, Inc. due to copyright issues with “Nestle Crunch” candy bars):

    * Orange M&M: “I know that people would enjoy Rice Krispies Treats and chocolate together, but now I can’t take it anymore!!!!!…..I don’t care if I’m the official spokes-candy for Crispy M&M’s once again, and this giant pretzel has been ultimately transformed into its own rice crispiness inside of me.
    * Pretzel Guy: “Sorry buddy, I’ve been fired from having my job with you!!!!”
    * Announcer: “M&M’s Crispy, the rice-based crispy center inside M&M’s, they’re back!!!!!”

    There’ll also be a script being written to the first Caramel M&M’s commercial since 2003 (when they were discontinued by M&M-Mars, Inc. as well):

    * Ms. Green M&M: “Hey there, baby!!!!……I’ve just learned that people would enjoy two of your favorites!!!!……M&M’s and Caramel, they’re together at last!!!!
    * Red M&M: “That’s right, Ms. Green, you’re the official spokes-candy for Caramel M&M’s once again, because these M&M’s candies were slightly filled with creamy caramel!!!!!”
    * Ms. Green M&M: “That’s the best thing happened to caramel since Caramel Apples, huh!!!!!”
    * Yellow M&M: “Hey Ms. Green, I’ve just learned that you’re also the official spokes-candy for the Peanut Butter variety!!!!”
    * Announcer: “M&M’s Caramel, the creamy caramel center inside M&M’s, they’re back!!!!!”

    Both of those commercials were being shown on all local TV channels anywhere in the U.S., all nationwide TV channels anywhere in the U.S., and in all movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. around early 2014!!!!!!……And don’t forget, the 6th M&M’s spokes-candy, “Ms. Brown M&M” (voiced by Vanessa Williams), is finally appearing as the official spokes-candy for all 6 varieties of the limited-time only “M&M’s Bare-Alls” line each year, starting around c. late 2013/early 2014, and there are the other five M&M’s spokes-candies are any of the following who appear in different “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” varieties around the same time, when becoming official.

    * “Ms. Green M&M” (voiced by Cree Summer) – the official spokes-candy for Caramel M&M’s and Peanut Butter M&M’s.
    * “Red M&M” (voiced by Billy West) – the official spokes-candy for Milk Chocolate M&M’s.
    * “Yellow M&M” (voiced by J.K. Simmons) – the official spokes-candy for Peanut M&M’s.
    * “Orange M&M” (voiced by Eric Kirchberger) – the official spokes-candy for Crispy M&M’s.
    * “Blue M&M” (voiced by Robb Pruitt) – the official spokes-candy for Almond M&M’s.

    There’ll be approx. 180 commercials for “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” that are all finally airing on all local TV channels anywhere in the U.S., all nationwide TV channels anywhere in the U.S., and in all movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. (with approx. 36 per year for 5 years). Approx. 6 commercials were each being filmed every 2 months for 5 years, between July 2014 and June 2019. In all of these “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” commercials (whose official slogan was being created for “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” around July 2014: “It’s a chocolatey, colorful life!”), viewers can hear the 5 M&M’s spokes-candies talk, whereas viewers can hear human characters and other real-life models in half of these commercials communicate via body language and vocal effects. The 6th M&M’s spokes-candy, “Ms. Brown M&M” (voiced by Vanessa Williams), never appears in any of these 180 commercials. And the announcer’s voice-over being heard at the end of all 180 M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies commercials (30 per year for 5 years: 2015-2019), appears to be the “Carl’s Jr./Hardee’s” sound-alike announcer.

  28. We’ve also learned that “Caramel M&M’s” are also becoming popular forever, as of late 2013/early 2014 (which means they’re finally replacing Coconut M&M’s that lasted only for a limited-time only period of 5 years: 2009-2013), and yet, Crispy M&M’s are coming back to the U.S. around the same time!!!!!!…….The following 7 varieties of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies to become popular forever, as of c. late 2013/early 2014 are:

    * “Milk Chocolate” – bite-sized milk chocolate cancdies that are just plain.
    * “Peanut” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that have peanut centers in it.
    * “Crispy” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that have rice-based crisp centers in it.
    * “Caramel” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that are filled with creamy caramel.
    * “Almond” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that have almond centers in it.
    * “Peanut Butter” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that are filled with creamy peanut butter.
    * …..and the “M&M’s Minis” variety (miniature versions of “just-plain” M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies)

    As revealed from M&M-Mars, Inc., there’ll be a script being written to the first Crispy M&M’s commercial in the U.S. since 2005 (when they’re discontinued in the U.S. by M&M-Mars, Inc. due to copyright issues with “Nestle Crunch” candy bars):

    * Orange M&M: I know that people enjoy Rice Krispies Treats and chocolate together, but now I can’t take it anymore!!!!!…..I don’t care if I’m the official spokes-candy for Crispy M&M’s once again, and this giant pretzel has been ultimately transformed into its own rice crispiness inside of me.
    * Pretzel Guy: “Sorry buddy, I’ve been fired from having my job with you!!!!”
    * Announcer: “M&M’s Crispy, the rice-based crispy center inside M&M’s, they’re back!!!!!”

    There’ll also be a script being written to the first Caramel M&M’s commercial since 2003 (when they were discontinued by M&M-Mars, Inc. as well):

    * Ms. Green M&M: “Hey there, baby!!!!……I’ve just learned that people would enjoy two of your favorites!!!!……M&M’s and Caramel, they’re together at last!!!!
    * Red M&M: “That’s right, Ms. Green, you’re the official spokes-candy for Caramel M&M’s once again, because these M&M’s candies were slightly filled with creamy caramel!!!!!”
    * Ms. Green M&M: “That’s the best thing happened to caramel since Caramel Apples, huh!!!!!”
    * Yellow M&M: “Hey Ms. Green, I’ve just learned that you’re also the official spokes-candy for the Peanut Butter variety!!!!”
    * Announcer: “M&M’s Caramel, the creamy caramel center inside M&M’s, they’re back!!!!!”

    Both of those commercials were being shown on all local TV channels anywhere in the U.S., all nationwide TV channels anywhere in the U.S., and in all movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. around early 2014!!!!!!……And don’t forget, the 6th M&M’s spokes-candy, “Ms. Brown M&M” (voiced by Vanessa Williams), is finally appearing as the official spokes-candy for all 6 varieties of the limited-time only “M&M’s Bare-Alls” line each year, starting around c. late 2013/early 2014, and there are the other five M&M’s spokes-candies are any of the following who appear in different “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” varieties around the same time, when becoming official.

    * “Ms. Green M&M” (voiced by Cree Summer) – the official spokes-candy for Caramel M&M’s and Peanut Butter M&M’s.
    * “Red M&M” (voiced by Billy West) – the official spokes-candy for Milk Chocolate M&M’s.
    * “Yellow M&M” (voiced by J.K. Simmons) – the official spokes-candy for Peanut M&M’s.
    * “Orange M&M” (voiced by Eric Kirchberger) – the official spokes-candy for Crispy M&M’s.
    * “Blue M&M” (voiced by Robb Pruitt) – the official spokes-candy for Almond M&M’s.

    There’ll be approx. 180 commercials for “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” that are all finally airing on all local TV channels anywhere in the U.S., all nationwide TV channels anywhere in the U.S., and in all movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. (with approx. 36 per year for 5 years). Approx. 6 commercials were each being filmed every 2 months for 5 years, between July 2014 and June 2019. In all of these “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” commercials (whose official slogan was being created for “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” around July 2014: “It’s a chocolatey, colorful life!”), viewers can hear the 5 M&M’s spokes-candies talk, whereas viewers can hear human characters and other real-life models in half of these commercials communicate via body language and vocal effects. The 6th M&M’s spokes-candy, “Ms. Brown M&M” (voiced by Vanessa Williams), never appears in any of these 180 commercials. And the announcer’s voice-over being heard at the end of all 180 M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies commercials (30 per year for 5 years: 2015-2019), appears to be the “Carl’s Jr./Hardee’s” sound-alike announcer.

  29. I am so glad that “Pretzel M&M’s” now have the ones in the “yellow” color that are in the same great pretzel taste as other five colors, because of an update as of c. late 2011/early 2012 (P.S. NOTE: By the time Pretzel M&M’s came out in 2010, they didn’t have the ones in the “yellow” color at all).

    “Pretzel M&M’s” were being offered for a limited-time only period of approx. 2 more years before being discontinued and replaced by the grand comeback of “Crispy M&M’s” (which feature 6 of the same colors as when “Pretzel M&M’s” were updated as of c. late 2011/early 2012 – Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Orange, and Brown).

  30. I am so glad that “Pretzel M&M’s” now have the ones in the “yellow” color that are in the same great pretzel taste as other five colors, because of an update as of c. late 2011/early 2012 (P.S. NOTE: By the time Pretzel M&M’s came out in 2010, they didn’t have the ones in the “yellow” color at all).

    “Pretzel M&M’s” were being offered for a limited-time only period of approx. 2 more years before being discontinued and replaced by the grand comeback of “Crispy M&M’s” (which feature 6 of the same colors as when “Pretzel M&M’s” were updated as of c. late 2011/early 2012 (Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Orange, and Brown).

  31. There were two varieties of “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” that are finally coming back from their ultimate deaths in the U.S. around c. late 2013/early 2014: “Crispy” and “Caramel” (each of which’ll come in 6 colors: Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Orange and Brown; the same as the other five varieties: Milk Chocolate, Peanut, Almond, Peanut Butter, and the “M&M’s Minis” variety).

    “Sour Skittles” were being discontinued and replaced by the grand comeback of “Tart ‘N’ Tangy Skittles” around late 2013/early 2014, featuring five exotic extreme flavors being tart ‘n’ tangy: “Tangerine” (orange), “Wild Cherry” (red), “Green Apple” (green), “Blue Raspberry” (blue), and “Watermelon” (pink).

  32. I’ve just heard from everyone else that “Crispy M&M’s” are finally coming back from its ultimate death in the U.S. around c. late 2013/early 2014, and they’re finally becoming popular forever, just like “Tart ‘n’ Tangy Skittles” (which’ll return from its ultimate death in the U.S. around c. late 2013/early 2014, promoting “Fun Fruit Skittles”, which were being introduced), “Caramel M&M’s” (another M&M’s variety finally coming back from its ultimate death in the U.S. around c. late 2013/early 2014), and all other products that are finally returning to and are being updated by various candy/snack-food manufacturers in the U.S. around c. late 2013/early 2014 to become popular forever.

  33. We’ve also learned that “Caramel M&M’s” are also becoming popular forever, as of late 2013/early 2014 (which means they’re finally replacing Coconut M&M’s that lasted only for a limited-time only period of 5 years: 2009-2013), and yet, Crispy M&M’s are coming back to the U.S. around the same time!!!!!!…….The following 7 varieties of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies to become popular forever, as of c. late 2013/early 2014 are:

    * “Milk Chocolate” – bite-sized milk chocolate cancdies that are just plain.
    * “Peanut” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that have peanut centers in it.
    * “Crispy” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that have rice-based crisp centers in it.
    * “Caramel” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that are filled with creamy caramel.
    * “Almond” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that have almond centers in it.
    * “Peanut Butter” – bite-sized milk chocolate candies that are filled with creamy peanut butter.
    * …..and the “M&M’s Minis” variety (miniature versions of “just-plain” M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies)

    As revealed from M&M-Mars, Inc., there’ll be a script being written to the first Crispy M&M’s commercial in the U.S. since 2005 (when they’re discontinued in the U.S. by M&M-Mars, Inc. due to copyright issues with “Nestle Crunch” candy bars):

    * Orange M&M: I know that people enjoy Rice Krispies Treats and chocolate together, but now I can’t take it anymore!!!!!…..I don’t care if I’m the official spokes-candy for Crispy M&M’s once again, and this giant pretzel has been ultimately transformed into its own rice crispiness inside of me.
    * Pretzel Guy: “Sorry buddy, I’ve been fired from having my job with you!!!!”
    * Announcer: “M&M’s Crispy, the rice-based crispy center inside M&M’s, they’re back!!!!!”

    There’ll also be a script being written to the first Caramel M&M’s commercial since 2003 (when they were discontinued by M&M-Mars, Inc. as well):

    * Ms. Green M&M: “Hey there, baby!!!!….I’ve just learned that people would enjoy two of your most-favorites, M&M’s and Caramel, are both together at last!!!!!!
    * Red M&M: “That’s right Ms. Green, you’re the official spokes-candy for Caramel M&M’s once again, because these bags of M&M’s were slightly filled with caramel!!!!!”
    * Ms. Green M&M: “That’s right, Red!!!!!…..I knew it all along!!!!”
    * Yellow M&M: “That’s because you were also the official spokes-candy for the Peanut Butter variety, huh!!!!”
    * Announcer: “M&M’s Caramel, the creamy caramel center inside M&M’s, they’re back!!!!!”

    Both of those commercials were being shown on all local TV channels anywhere in the U.S., all nationwide TV channels anywhere in the U.S., and in all movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. around early 2014!!!!!!……And don’t forget, the 6th M&M’s spokes-candy, “Ms. Brown M&M” (voiced by Vanessa Williams), is finally appearing as the official spokes-candy for all 6 varieties of the limited-time only “M&M’s Bare-Alls” line each year, starting around c. late 2013/early 2014, and there are the other five M&M’s spokes-candies are any of the following who appear in different “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” varieties around the same time, when becoming official.

    * “Ms. Green M&M” (voiced by Cree Summer) – the official spokes-candy for Caramel M&M’s and Peanut Butter M&M’s.
    * “Red M&M” (voiced by Billy West) – the official spokes-candy for Milk Chocolate M&M’s.
    * “Yellow M&M” (voiced by J.K. Simmons) – the official spokes-candy for Peanut M&M’s.
    * “Orange M&M” (voiced by Eric Kirchberger) – the official spokes-candy for Crispy M&M’s.
    * “Blue M&M” (voiced by Robb Pruitt) – the official spokes-candy for Almond M&M’s.

    There’ll be approx. 180 commercials for “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” that are all finally airing on all local TV channels anywhere in the U.S., all nationwide TV channels anywhere in the U.S., and in all movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. (with approx. 36 per year for 5 years). Approx. 6 commercials were each being filmed every 2 months for 5 years, between July 2014 and June 2019. In all of these “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” commercials (whose official slogan was being created for “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” around July 2014: “It’s a chocolatey, colorful life!”), viewers can hear the 5 M&M’s spokes-candies talk, whereas viewers can hear human characters and other real-life models in half of these commercials communicate via body language and vocal effects. The 6th M&M’s spokes-candy, “Ms. Brown M&M” (voiced by Vanessa Williams), never appears in any of these 180 commercials. And the announcer’s voice-over being heard at the end of all 180 M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies commercials (30 per year for 5 years: 2015-2019), appears to be the “Carl’s Jr./Hardee’s” sound-alike announcer.

  34. We’ve learned that Crispy M&M’s in the U.S. are becoming popular forever as of late 2013/early 2014, which means that they’re replacing Pretzel M&M’s (which’ve lasted only for a limited-time period of 4 years: 2010-2013)……P.S. until late 2013/early 2014 (when Crispy M&M’s are finally coming back to the United States to extend their availability anywhere worldwide, due to the slightly-neurotic Orange M&M character having his giant pretzel transformed into his own rice crispiness inside), you can still buy them in either Europe, Australia or Southeast Asia……THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!!!!

  35. According to some of the staff who each work at multiple food manufacturers anywhere in over 50 U.S. states, multiple food items are finally returning to all 50 U.S. states around c. late 2013/early 2014, due to the North American economy getting better:

    * “Crispy M&M’s” – Replacing Pretzel M&M’s around early 2014, due to the slightly neurotic “Orange M&M” character (voiced by Eric Kirchberger), having his giant pretzel inside turning into his own rice crispiness and when Nestle Crunch gains competition once again.
    * “Tart ‘n’ Tangy Skittles” – Replacing Sour Skittles around early 2014, due to over five exotic extreme flavors getting tart ‘n’ tangy: Tangerine, Wild Cherry, Green Apple, Blue Raspberry, and Watermelon.
    * “Hershey’s Krackel Bars” (full-size form) – Returning around early 2014, due to when Nestle Crunch gains competition once again.
    * “Super Tootsie Pops” – Returning around late 2013, and just like traditional Tootsie Pops and Tootsie Pop Drops, finally coming in 7 flavors: “chocolate” (brown), “cherry” (red), “orange” (orange), “grape” (purple), “blue raspberry” (blue), “strawberry” (pink), and “watermelon” (green).
    * “Charms Super Blow Pops” (update) – Returning around late 2013, just like traditional Charms Blow Pops and Blow Pop Minis, finally coming in 7 flavors: “cherry” (red), “orange” (orange), “grape” (purple), “strawberry” (red), “sour apple” (green), “watermelon” (pink), and “blue razz-berry” (blue)
    * “Hershey’s Shell Toppings” (update) – Extending up to 9 flavors in early 2014: Milk Chocolate, Reese’s Peanut Butter, Heath Butter Toffee, Special Dark, Krackel, Caramel, and Mr. Goodbar
    * “Jelly Belly Jelly Beans” (update) – Extending up to 200 flavors around late 2013, including the “Official 100 Flavors” (24 new flavors, 28 returning flavors, and 48 existing flavors), “10-Flavor Sours Mix” (5 existing, 5 returning), “Smoothie Blend” (5 flavors), “Cold Stone Ice Cream Parlor Mix” (5 flavors), “Hawaiian Punch Mix” (1 returning flavor, 7 new flavors), and 22 new rookie flavors, all being permanently-popular around late 2013, and with some limited-time only flavors being introduced around early 2014.
    * “Pringles Ridges” (returning product, seven flavors) – Returning around early 2014 to compete against Frito-Lay’s new “Ruffles Stax” in 7 great flavors, due to Pringles discontinuing all but the 8 standard flavors of original Pringles Potato Crisps.
    * “Torengos” (returning product, five varieties) – Returning around early 2014 to compete against Frito-Lay’s new “Tostitos Stax” in 6 great varieties, due to Pringles discontinuing all but the 8 standard flavors of original Pringles Potato Crisps.
    * “Hershey’s Kissables” – Replacing all of the other varieties in the “Pieces” line aside from Reese’s Pieces around early 2014, and come in its two different varieties: “Milk Chocolate” and “Dark Chocolate”
    * “Planters Peanut Butter” (update) – Extending in late 2013 to include Original, Honey Roasted, and Reduced Fat to each come in “creamy” and “crunchy” varieties, plus the whipped creamy variety.
    * “Big Cheez-It from Keebler’s Sunshine” and “Kraft Big Cheese Nips from Nabisco” (returning products) – Extending in late 2013 to include both the “original” and “reduced fat” varieties for each product.
    * “Wonka Exceptionals” premium chocolate bars (update) – Extending in late 2013 to include approx. 8 flavors: Triple Dazzle Caramel, Fantabulous Fudge, Golden Graham Crunch, Scrumdiddlyumptious, Whipple Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight, All About Peanuts, Domed Dark Chocolate, and Chocolate Waterfall, each of which come in full-size bars and bags of pieces.
    * “Planters Cheez Mania” – Returning and extending around late 2014, to include 5 great varieties: Balls, Curls, Twists, Pops, and Puffs.
    * “Planters Pretzel Mania” – Returning and extending around early 2014, to include 6 great varieties: Waffles, Sticks, Thins, Mini Twists, Old Fashioned, and Old Fashioned Sticks.
    * “Planters Snak Mix Mania” – Returning and extending around early 2014, to include the “Party Mix”, “Poker Mix”, and “Pub Mix” products.
    * “Fun Fruit Skittles” – Another variety of “Skittles” being introduced around early 2014.
    * “Caramel M&M’s” – Replacing Coconut M&M’s around early 2014.
    * “Nesquik Cereal” – Returning early 2014, due to General Mills selling Reese’s Puffs to Post Cereals
    * “Cocoa Puffs” and “Trix” cereals (update) – Returning around late 2013, featuring rounded white-colored chocolate marshmallows being added to Cocoa Puffs, and 8 fruity marshmallow shapes were to Trix where over 6 colorful fruity flavors of corn cereal puffs to be in pieces.
    * “Apple Jacks” and “Froot Loops” cereals (update) – Returning around late 2013, apple-shaped “apple cinnamon”-flavored marshmallows were being added to Apple Jacks and 8 fruity marshmallow shapes were to Froot Loops cereal
    * “Cocoa Pebbles” and “Fruity Pebbles” cereals (update) – Returning around late 2013, featuring dinosaur bone-shaped marshmallows being added to both cereals that are each in the same flavoring.
    * Multiple chocolates ‘n’ candies from Brach’s are finally returning around c. late 2013/early 2014.
    * Cap’n Crunch’s “Crunch Berries” and “Oops! All Berries” cereals (update) – Extending around late 2013 to include five colorful fruity flavors in pieces: “strawberry” (red), “watermelon” (green), “blueberry” (blue), “orange” (orange), and “grape” (purple).
    * “Lucky Charms Cereal” (update) – Returning around late 2013, the “Leprechaun Hat” (green), “Shooting Star” (orange/white), and “Hourglass” (orange/yellow) marshmallows were being respectively replaced with green cloverleaf, orange star, and yellow/orange pot-of-gold marshmallows that are bigger and brightly-colored like the other five marshmallows, and with twelve shapes of frosted toasted oat cereal pieces.
    * “Hershey’s Syrups” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include 6 flavors in all: Milk Chocolate, Special Dark, Very Vanilla, Strawberry, Caramel, and Banana.
    * “Toll House Premiums” cookie dough and candy topping line – Replacing the “Toll House Ultimates” line around early 2014, and includes five cookie dough varieties (including four of which were candy toppings to be available): “Caramel Turtles” (caramel-filled chocolate turtles), “Peanut Butter Cups” (peanut butter-filled chocolate cups), “Rainbow Candies” (button-shaped chocolates coated in 6 of the same colors of shells as M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies, but without the letter “M” mark on it), and “Toffee Brittle Bars” (english toffee brittle-filled chocolate bars)
    * “Honey Maid Bees” (returning product, 4 flavors) – Returning around late 2013, to come in 4 of the same flavors as “Teddy Grahams” teddy bear-shaped graham crackers, but in a honey bee shape.
    * “Honey Maid Mini-S’mores” (returning product) – Returning around late 2013.
    * “Ritz Bits” bite-sized butter crackers (returning product) – Returning around late 2013.
    * the “Kool-Aid Punch” line – Replacing the original “Tropical Punch” around early 2014 and comes in 6 flavors: “Tropical Punch” (red), “Kiwi Strawberry Punch” (green), “Watermelon Punch” (pink), “Berry Punch” (blue), “Orange Punch” (orange), and “Grape Punch” (grape)
    * the “Kool-Aid Lemonade” line – Replacing the original “Lemonade” and “Pink Lemonade” flavors around early 2014, and come in 7 flavors: “Lemonade” (yellow), “Pink Lemonade” (pink), “Cherry Lemonade” (red), “Orange Lemonade” (orange), “Grape Lemonade” (purple), “Green Apple Lemonade” (green), and “Berry Blue Lemonade” (blue)
    * Nestle’s bite-size chocolate candy line (update) – Extending around late 2013 to include 8 great varieties: “Goobers”, “Raisinets”, “Sno-Caps”, “Nestle Milk Chocolate Drops”, “Caramellos”, “Buncha Crunch”, “Baby Ruth Bites” and “Butterfinger Bites”, and to each come in movie theatre-sized boxes, actual-size bags with only one serving, full-size releasable zipper pouches, and in bulk.
    * Hershey’s bite-size chocolate candy line (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include “Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Drops”, “Hershey’s Cookies ‘n’ Creme Drops”, “Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Minis”, “Hershey’s Special Dark Drops”, “Rolo Minis”, “Kit Kat Kubes”, and “Heath Minis”.
    * the “Jet-Puffed Premiums” marshmallows line – Replacing multiple flavors of Jet-Puffed Marshmallows around early 2014, and consists of any of the following 10 flavors: Sizzling Cinnamon, Gingerbread, Toasted Coconut, French Vanilla, Assorted Fruit Flavors, Chocolate Cravers, All About Caramel, Strawberry-Licious, Green Apple Craze, and Banana Bunch. Kraft’s Jet-Puffed Marshmallows, when being updated around c. late 2013/early 2014, will finally only come in the “original” flavor in approx. 6 varieties: regular/large, miniature, jumbo/extra-large, stackers, the original flavor of Jet-Puffed Mallow Bits, and with the “Marshmallow Creme” product being kept intact.
    * Kraft Foods Global’s “Planters” division entering their salty-snack market with three new product lines around late 2013: “Potato Chips” (8 flavors), “Dip Chips” (7 flavors), and “Tortilla Chips” (6 varieties).
    * Three ice cream bar varieties in huge-sized single-serve form: “Nestle Crunch Vanilla King Bar”, “Butterfinger King Bar” and “Baby Ruth King Bar” – All of them are finally returning, and’ll become the basis for Nestle Ice Cream’s 60-pack “Candy Shop” multi-pack packages.
    * “Mrs. Fields Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich” and “Oreo Big Stuf Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich” – Both of them are finally returning in single-serve and multi-pack package forms, which’ll make them not being manufactured by Klondike anymore, and’ll simply be manufactured by Good Humor, just like that of the “Reese’s Peanut Butter Ice Cream Cup” in single-serve and multi-pack package forms.
    * “Planters Caramel Pretzel ‘n’ Nut Clusters” ice cream bar – Finally returning in single-serve and multi-pack package forms.
    * Kraft Foods’ “Pizza Hut Home Originals” (new products) – Pizza crusts and sauces were being introduced around late 2013, and’ll finally be available, just like their competitor Boboli, making Kraft Foods their permanent contract agreements with Yum! Brands, Inc. around early 2014.
    * “Oreo Cookies” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include 4 varieties each in “Original” and “Double Stuf” products: Original, Golden, Heads or Tails, and Assorted.
    * “Nutter Butter Cookies” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include the “Original” and “Extreme Creme” varieties.
    * “Chips Ahoy! Cookies” (update) – Extending around late 2013, to include 7 great varieties: Original, with Heath, with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Caramel Turtle, Candy Blasts with Hershey’s Kissables, Double Chunk Fudge, and Chunk Fudge.
    * “Caramel Apple Puffs” cereal – Available in stores around early 2014.
    * “Cocoa Puffs S’mores Crunch” and “Brownie Crisp” cereals, the two spin-offs of “Cocoa Puffs” and “Cookie Crisp” cereals as its own split – Both replacing “Cocoa Puffs Brownie Crunch” around early 2014.
    * ……and various others, all finally returning to and’ll be available once again in the U.S. for the first time in ages by c. late 2013/early 2014!!!!!!

    As of early 2014, PepsiCo’s “Frito-Lay” division is finally making their permanent contract agreement with Yum! Brands, Inc. to extend their “Doritos” line, so that they’ll include the following 8 permanently-popular varieties: “Toasted Corn” (100% whole grain with no bold flavoring), “Cool Ranch” (ranch-flavored), “Nacho Cheese” (nacho cheddar-flavored), “Spicy Nacho” (nacho cheddar/jalapeño-flavored), “Zesty Spinach” (spinach-flavored), “Salsa Verde” (jalapeño-flavored), “Pizza Hut Pizza Cravers” (pizza-flavored) and “Taco Bell Taco Supreme” (taco-flavored).

    In addition, Kraft Foods and Clorox are making permanent contract agreements with Frito-Lay’s “Lay’s” and “Ruffles” potato chip lines once again around early 2014, because the “K.C. Masterpiece” BBQ, “Cracker Barrel” Cheddar Cheese, and “Hidden Valley” Ranch flavors of Frito-Lay’s “Lay’s” potato chip line are finally joining the other 5 standard flavors: “Original”, “Jalapeño”, “Salt & Vinegar”, “Sour Cream & Onion”, and “Loaded Baked Potato” (approx. 7 of the 8 standard flavors of “Lay’s” potato chip line are finally becoming the basis for its rippled crinkle-cut counterpart, which’ll become called Frito-Lay’s “Ruffles” potato chip line when making permanent contract agreements with Kraft Foods and Clorox around early 2014).

    And don’t forget, M&M-Mars, Inc. is finally introducing their “M&M’s Premiums” milk chocolate candy bars in 6 different varieties (which each combine standard chocolate candy bars with “M&M’s Minis” milk chocolate candies on it, and with the M&M’s logo on four molds for giant-sized extra-large bars and one mold for single-serve bars); the following 6 varieties being introduced around early 2014 are “Milk Chocolate”, “Milk Chocolate with Peanuts”, “Milk Chocolate with Crisp Rice”, “Milk Chocolate with Almonds”, “Milk Chocolate with Peanut Butter” and “Milk Chocolate with Caramel”, and these will be just like their bite-sized candy counterparts.

    They’ll finally be available once again for the first time in ages in all fine retailers anywhere in the U.S. (as of c. late 2013/early 2014), eventually becoming permanently-popular products due to the North American economy getting better.

  36. I just heard it from the news, because the North American economy is finally getting better by c. late 2013/early 2014, their candy/snack-food revival is finally coming, because another U.S. president is taking over Barack Obama’s place!!!!!!

  37. P.S. until late 2013/early 2014 (when Crispy M&M’s are coming back to the U.S. to replace Pretzel M&M’s for a limited-time only period of approx. 4 years), you can still buy them in Europe, Australia, and Southeast Asia……THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!!!!

  38. Hi Guys just wanted to say here in ireland (beside england) we have only M&M Choco,Peanut and Crispy And They Never Went Away.

    Love,
    Louise.

  39. According to most of the staff who work at M&M-Mars, Inc., “Crispy M&M’s” are finally returning to all fine retailers anywhere in the U.S. in February 15, 2013, replacing “Pretzel M&M’s” (which were being discontinued by M&M-Mars,Inc. in January 15, 2013, due to infrigment rights of “chocolate-covered pretzels” and with the Orange M&M character having his giant pretzel being transformed into his own rice crispiness inside). Crispy M&M’s, just like the other five varieties of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies, features the same 6-core color scheme as the other 5 “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” varieties, and’ll be brought back in all fine retailers anywhere in the U.S. around February 15, 2013 (which’ll be part of the “U.S. Candy & Snack Food Revival” when being promoted and advertised between January 15, 2013 and February 15, 2013, just like “Super Tootsie Roll Pops”, full-size “Hershey’s Krackel Bars”, the 7 lines worth of over 178 flavors of Jelly Belly Jelly Beans with two “rookie” flavors being added, “Pringles Ridges” and “Torengos” from Diamond Foods, two varieties of “Hershey’s Kissables”, the eight varieties of “Wonka Exceptionals” chocolate candy bar line, etc.)…….”ANYWAY, I’M GOING TO SHOW THIS COMMENT TO EVERYONE ELSE, THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!”

  40. We now know that their “Candy & Snack Food Revival” from various manufacturers in competition are finally coming to all of its fine retailers anywhere in the U.S. market between January 15, 2013 and February 15, 2013. Here are any of the following products that are finally coming back to almost each and every fine retailer anywhere in the U.S. market as permanently-popular products from various candy and snack food manufacturers.

    * “Crispy M&M’s” are finally returning to almost each and every fine retailer anywhere in the U.S. by February 15, 2013, as one of the 6 permanently-popular varieties of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies, featuring the same 6-core color scheme as all of the other permanently-popular varieties of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies, replacing “Pretzel M&M’s” (which were temporarily popular and not being sold very well), and due to infrigment rights with “chocolate-covered pretzels” and with the Orange M&M character having his giant pretzel inside being transformed to his own rice crispiness, “Pretzel M&M’s” were being discontinued as well in January 15, 2013.

    * “Super Tootsie Roll Pops” are extra-large versions of traditional Tootsie Roll Pops, and are being brought back to almost all of its fine retailers anywhere in the U.S. around February 15, 2013, as its permanently-popular product from Tootsie Roll Industries, except that they’ll finally come in its revised 7-flavor original assortment that consists of chocolate and over six of the same fruit flavors as “Charms Sweet Pops” (cherry, orange, grape, blue raspberry, strawberry, and watermelon), just like those of “Tootsie Pops” and “Tootsie Pop Drops” (which were “traditional lollipops” and their “bite-sized hard candy” form counterpart, respectively). When Tootsie Roll Industries is finally ending their “Watch for New Flavors Added to Your Mix!” campaign for Tootsie Roll Pops around January 15, 2013, the reddish “raspberry” flavor was being dropped and the revised 7-flavor original assortment for both traditional “Tootsie Pops” and “Tootsie Pop Drops” hard candies will each consist of chocolate and over six of the same fruit flavors as “Charms Sweet Pops” (cherry, orange, grape, blue raspberry, strawberry, and watermelon).

    * Kraft Foods’ division “Planters” is finally entering the salty-snack market in the U.S. around January 15, 2013, to compete against their salty-snack food competitor Utz, beginning with “Potato Chips” in approx. 6 potato chip flavor varieties, the rippled crinkle-cut version of Potato Chips that are being called “Dip Chips” in approx. 5 potato chip flavor varieties, and “Tortilla Chips” in 3 varieties (including the “Restaurant Style” variety). In addition, February 15, 2013 will mark approx. three permanently-popular salty-snack lines – the “Cheez Mania” line (3 varieties), the “Pretzel Mania” line (3 varieties), and the “Snak Mix Mania” line (2 varieties) – all being introduced. They’ll finally be available in all of its U.S. fine retailers anywhere in January 15, 2013 and February 15, 2013, respectively, as permanently-popular product lines from Kraft Foods Global’s “Planters” division.

    * Full-size versions of “Hershey’s Krackel” chocolate candy bars with rice-based crisp bits are finally returning to almost all of its fine retailers anywhere in the U.S. market around February 15, 2013, as one of the permanently-popular varieties of The Hershey Company’s chocolate candy bar line, competing against both “Nestle Crunch Bars” and the official grand comeback of “Crispy M&M’s” (which’ll become one of over 6 permanently-popular varieties of “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” from M&M-Mars, Incorporated).

    * “Hershey’s Kissables” are candy-coated versions of Hershey’s Mini-Kisses, and are finally returning to all fine retailers anywhere in the U.S. around February 15, 2013, as its permanently-popular product from The Hershey Company, which’ll finally replace all of its varieties in the Hershey’s “Pieces” line with the exception of “Reese’s Pieces” (which’ll become the only variety in that line to be available as its permanently-popular product), coming in the “Milk Chocolate” and “Dark Chocolate” varieties.

    * “Pringles Ridges” are rippled crinkle-cut versions of traditional Pringles potato crisps, and they are finally coming back to all fine retailers anywhere in the U.S. by February 15, 2013, as its permanently-popular product line from Diamond Foods’ “Pringles” division, competing against Frito-Lay’s “Ruffles Stax” line of over five varieties, also being introduced in the U.S. around January 15, 2013.

    * “Torengos” are crispy tortilla-chip versions of traditional Pringles potato crisps, and they are finally coming back to almost each and every fine retailer anywhere in the U.S. around February 15, 2013, as its permanently-popular product line from Diamond Foods’ “Pringles” division, competing against Frito-Lay’s “Tostitos Stax” line of over 4 varieties including the “Scoops!” variety (also being introduced in the U.S. around January 15, 2013).

    * The Jelly Belly Candy Company is finally extending their flavor lines of “Jelly Belly Jelly Beans” up to approx. 7 lines with 2 new “rookie” flavors being added, which’ll be worth of over 180 flavors (128 sugar-sweetened flavors, 2 sugar-sweetened “rookie” flavors, and 50 low-carb sugar-free flavors sweetened with Splenda), which means that the “Hawaiian Punch Assorted Flavors” flavor line was being introduced and’ll consist of approx. 8 fruit-punch drink flavors, and that the “Sours Mix” flavor line is finally consisting of approx. 10 sour fruit flavors: Apple, Blueberry, Cherry, Grape, Lemon, Orange, Peach, Raspberry, Strawberry, and Watermelon. In addition, the 20 flavors of “Jelly Belly Jelly Beans” that are either previously withdrawn from the rookie market or were formerly discontinued will return to become part of the “Official 100 Flavors” flavor line, along with another 23 flavors being added – these include the “Concord Grape” and “Strawberry” flavors (which’ll replace the “Mixed Berry Smoothie” and “Sour Cherry” flavors that are being dropped from the original flavor line, but’ll be kept as part of their “Smoothie Blend Mix” and “Sours Mix” flavor lines respectively), all five flavors from the “Super Fruit Mix” flavor line, and the rest of the “Soda Pop Shoppe Mix” flavor line. They’ll be finally available as permanently-popular products in all of its fine retailers anywhere in the U.S. around January 15, 2013, as permanently-popular products from The Jelly Belly Candy Company.

    * Nestle’s “Willy Wonka Candy Company” is finally extending their “Wonka Exceptionals” chocolate candy bar line to include approx. 8 varieties – “Golden Graham Crunch” (a revival of the original Nestle Wonka Bars), “Scrumdiddlyumptious”, “Chocolate Waterfall”, “Domed Dark Chocolate”, “Triple Dazzle Caramel”, “Fantabulous Fudge”, “Whipple-Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight”, and “All About Peanuts” – each that are finally coming in the forms of “full-size bars” as well as “wrapped pieces” that are either in-bulk or bagged packages, which means that the entire chocolate candy bar line will finally become permanently-popular from Nestle’s “Willy Wonka Candy Company” division, and’ll become available in all of its fine retailers anywhere in the U.S. around January 15, 2013.

    And finally, a few other snacks that are formerly withdrawn from the U.S. market are finally coming back to all of its fine retailers anywhere between January 15, 2013 and February 15, 2013, according to most of the staff from various candy and snack food manfuacturers who’ll each get their future report.

    “And that’s the list that I’m posting to everyone, so that they’re going to show it!……THANKS A LOT TO ALL OF US, AND I HOPE YOU GUYS ENJOYED THIS THREAD!!!!!!”

  41. I’m not trying to be mean Derek, but I’ve listened to you long enough! Last year I was waiting forever to find Crispy M&M’s and I was really angry when there were none in stores on June 31, 2011 at all! Then you say 2012, and now you’re saying 2013! I hate it when you lie to us and I’m sure every one of us are tired of your lies so you should stop posting about Crispy M&M’s while you can! I’m sorry to be like this, Derek.

  42. We’ve finally learned from M&M-Mars, Inc. that Crispy M&M’s won’t be available anywhere in “North America” (the U.S. & Canada) again until at least February 15, 2013, but you can still buy them in Europe, Australia, and South East Asia. As of January 15, 2013, when the Orange M&M character finally gets his giant pretzel inside being transformed into his own rice crispiness once again, Pretzel M&M’s were being discontinued because of infrigment rights with “chocolate-covered pretzels” and Coconut M&M’s were also being discontinued as well because of infrigment rights with Hershey’s “Almond Joy/Mounds” bars (which were chocolate-covered coconut bars that either have “almonds” or “no almonds” respectively). And don’t forget, here are any of the following candy and snack food products that are finally returning almost all of its fine retailers anywhere nationwide in February 15, 2013, which is due to the “U.S. Candy & Snack Food Revival” being promoted and advertised in January 15, 2013:

    * “Crispy M&M’s” (M&M-Mars, Incorporated)
    * “Super Tootsie Roll Pops” (Tootsie Roll Industries)
    * “Hershey’s Kissables” in two varieties (The Hershey Company)
    * Full-size versions of “Hershey’s Krackel Bars” (The Hershey Company)
    * “Wonka Exceptionals” in eight varieties, including “Golden Graham Crunch” as its revival of the original Wonka Bars (Nestle’s “Willy Wonka Candy Company” division)
    * “Planters Peanut Butter” in two varieties each for Original, Honey Roasted, and Reduced Fat forms: “creamy” and “crunchy” (Kraft Foods Global)
    * “Planters Snak Mix Mania” in two varieties (Kraft Foods Global)
    * “Planters Pretzel Mania” in three varieties (Kraft Foods Global)
    * “Planters Cheez Mania” in three varieties (Kraft Foods Global)
    * “Pringles Ridges” in five varieties (Diamond Foods), competing against “Ruffles Stax” in five varieties (PepsiCo’s “Frito-Lay” division)
    * “Torengos” in four varieties (Diamond Foods), competing against “Tostitos Stax” in four varieties (PepsiCo’s “Frito-Lay” division)
    * All 7 lines worth of over 180 flavors of “Jelly Belly Jelly Beans” (128 sugar-sweetened flavors, 2 sugar-sweetened “rookie” flavors, and 50 low-carb sugar-free flavors)
    * …….and a few other candy and snack food products from various manufacturers.

    And don’t forget, Kraft Foods Global’s “Planters” division is finally entering the salty-snack food market in January 15, 2013, with three lines being introduced – the “Potato Chips” line in six varieties, the crispy-ridged crinkle-cut version of the “Potato Chips” line that are called the “Dip Chips” line in five varieties, and “Tortilla Chips” in three varieties; they’ll be available anywhere nationwide in January 15, 2013, along with the following snack food lines that are finally returning to all fine retailers anywhere in the U.S. in February 15, 2013 – the “Cheez Mania” line (three varieties), the “Pretzel Mania” line (three varieties), and the “Snak Mix Mania” line (two varieties).

    As Barack Obama gets to leave the “White House” when the U.S. economy is finally getting better in November 30, 2012, the “U.S. Candy & Snack Food Revival” will finally be created around December 15, 2012. However, it will not get promoted or advertised until January 15, 2013.

  43. Pretzel and Coconut M&M’s are gone because of infringement issues? Seriously?

    How stupid do you think the Mars legal department is for allowing their production in the first place if this would have been a legitimate issue?

    Hell, Mars makes its own Mounds/Almond Joy knockoff called Bounty. If there’s no legal issue there (there isn’t), it’s asinine to believe there would be one with coconut M&M’s.

    The chocolate covered pretzel thing is just even more ridiculous. As if one person or company had sole rights to making chocolate covered pretzel products.

    You sir, are a moron.

  44. @Derek Can you give the link/source to where you got your info from because the first time you said it was coming back spring 2011, then June 30, and now Feb 2012.

  45. Until Crispy M&Ms were being brought back in the U.S. by February 15, 2012, Crispy M&M’s are currently only available in Europe, Australia and Southeast Asia. I also looked elsewhere in the U.S. and M&M-Mars, Inc. makes the crunchy salty-sweet pretzel ones w/o the Yellow M&M’s that are just until the Orange M&M character is finally transforming his giant pretzel to his own rice crispiness inside his body…DID YOU HEAR THAT, EVERYONE!!!

  46. We have learned from M&M-Mars, Inc. that “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” line in the U.S. will finally consist of any of the following 6 permanently-popular varieties to be available for anyone to purchase anywhere in the U.S. market, beginning in early 2012:

    * Milk Chocolate
    * Peanut
    * Peanut Butter
    * Almond
    * Crispy
    * the “M&M’s Minis” variety

  47. I have been looking relentlessly, but to no avail I cannot find them anywhere. Does anyone have any suggestions?

  48. I am looking online to find out if there is a way I can get a hold of some crispy m&m I will order them if I have to I loved those.

  49. I just returned from Europe with my 6 bags of M&M Crispys. They stopped selling them in the US several years ago because of infringement rights of Nestle Crunch bars. So, anytime in Europe, you can always get them in the duty free shops at the airport on your way home. Love ‘em. There’s nothing better.

  50. @ Derek
    Thank you for the resent update, you’ve made my day/month/year!

  51. WHERE HAVE THE MINI M & M’S GONE? WILL THEY COME BACK AGAIN??? THE ONES THAT COME IN LITTTLE BAGS

  52. There might be a chance that Crispy M&M’s won’t be here on June 30, 2011. They are participating in the M&M’s contests, Reunite M and Movie Tickets.

  53. Some people are beginning to say that Crispy M&M’s will only be here for a limited time. Is that true Derek, the person who knows lots of information (That was not an insult).

  54. I always loved Crispy M&M’s, but I’ve been searching for these in stores and can’t find it anywhere…SORRY!!! – However, until June 30, 2011, they’re still available anywhere in the regions of Europe, Australia & Southeast Asia, THANK YOU!!!

  55. Around June 30, 2011, according to some of the staff who’ll each get their report from various manufacturers, here are the following examples of a very fewer snack foods and candy products that are finally returning to almost each and every fine retailer anywhere in the U.S. market.

    Tootsie Roll Industries is finally ending their “Watch for New Flavors Added to Your Mix!” campaign for Tootsie Roll Pops around April 30, 2011, when traditional Tootsie Roll Pops were being re-introduced in its assortment of the original chocolate flavor and over six of the same fruit flavors as Charms Sweet Pops. In addition, Super Tootsie Roll Pops are coming back to the U.S. market around June 30, 2011, and would eventually come in the exact same assortment of over 7 great flavors as traditional Tootsie Roll Pops, but with an extra-large chocolatey chewy candy on the center of each and every one. Around April 30, 2011, Tootsie Roll Industries would eventually discontinue the miniature versions of “Tootsie Roll Pops” around the same time as the ending of the “Watch for New Flavors Added to Your Mix!” campaign for Tootsie Roll Pops.

    Hershey’s Kissables are finally coming back to almost each and every fine retailer anywhere in the U.S. market by June 30, 2011, most-likely as one of the most-popular products from The Hershey Company and would eventually come in all five of the same colors as they’re ever before, also coming in the two exact varieties: “Milk Chocolate” and “Special Dark” (Mildly Sweet Chocolate). They’re finally replacing almost all of the four varieties of the “Hershey’s Pieces” line with the exception of Reese’s Pieces (which were currently still being most-popular and were never discontinued at all). In addition, the full-size versions of “Hershey’s Krackel” candy bars are one of The Hershey Company’s individual products and Crispy M&M’s are one of the M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies varieties from Mars Incorporated, both of which were finally returning to almost each and every fine retailer anywhere in the U.S. market by June 30, 2011, most likely as the two most-popular products that are eventually being made of chocolate and crisped rice together, both comparing to Nestle Crunch candy bars.

    And when ConAgra Foods finally acquires Pringles from Proctor & Gamble around April 30, 2011, the “Family Faves”, “Extreme” & “Restaurant Cravers” lines of Pringles potato crisps were being discontinued, and so as all of the original flavors except for The Original, Sour Cream & Onion, Cheddar Cheese, BBQ, Ranch and Salt & Vinegar (which were the only 6 original flavors that were still being most-popular and aren’t discontinued at all). “Pringles Ridges” potato crisps are finally coming in five exact potato chip flavors (The Original, Sour Cream & Onion, Cheddar Cheese, Ranch & BBQ), and “Torengos” tortilla crisps are finally coming in the original “Triangles” variety and two of its additional varieties (“Strips” and “Rounds”) that are all now made of 100% Whole Grain, both of which are finally coming back to almost each and every fine retailer anywhere in the U.S. market around June 30, 2011, most likely as the two most-popular salty snack food lines that’ll compete against Frito-Lay’s two additional stack snack food lines (“Ruffles Stax” potato crisps in five varieties and “Tostitos Stax” tortilla crisps in thre varieties), the two of which were being introduced on the same exact day as the official grand comeback of “Pringles Ridges” and “Torengos” respectively.

  56. Everyone have learned that when Crispy M&M’s were once again being re-introduced in the U.S. as its most-popular product by June 30, 2011, the “Orange M&M” character will finally re-appear as the product’s mascot, which is because of the giant pretzel inside the Orange M&M character is becoming invisible and would eventually melt back down to his own crispiness.

    Also, Crispy M&M’s will finally become one of the five most-popular varieties of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies, and were just like the other four most-popular M&M’s varieties that they’ll finally come once again in all six core colors (Red, Green, Blue, Orange, Brown & Yellow). Pretzel M&M’s have lasted only for a limited-time period of 1 1/2 years (January 5, 2010 – June 30, 2011), and they never have any yellow M&M’s at all.

  57. I never tried Crispy M&M’s, but I heard they were good!
    The Orange m&m’s name was called Crispy, but when the
    crispy m&m’s got discontinued, he got renamed to Orange.

  58. Everyone have learned from various manufacturers that the following food items and groceries were most likely returning to the U.S. market by June 30th, 2011, which were most likely called most-popular products from various manufacturers, so here’s a list that I’m going to post it to anyone else who likes it the most.

    * “Crispy M&M’s” – Mars Incorporated
    * “Hershey’s Krackel Bars” (full-size candy bar version) – The Hershey Company
    * “Hershey’s Kissables” – The Hershey Company
    * “Super Tootsie Roll Pops” – Tootsie Roll Industries
    * “Planters Peanut Butter” – Kraft Foods Global
    * “Planters Cheez Mania” and “Planters Pretzel Mania” – Kraft Foods Global
    * “Pringles Ridges” potato crisps – ConAgra Foods
    * “Torengos” tortilla crisps – ConAgra Foods
    * A fewer ice cream and frozen treat novelties (M&M’s Ice Cream Brownie Sandwich, OREO Big Stuf Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich, Reese’s Peanut Butter Ice Cream Cup, three frozen dairy dessert bars from Nestle Ice Cream’s “Candy Shop” line, etc.) – various manufacturers
    * A fewer other food items and groceries

  59. Almost all 150 of the M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies commercials were finally being shown on almost any U.S. TV channel by either local broadcast or cable, and also in movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. market, with the characters of Red M&M, Yellow M&M, Ms. Green M&M, Blue M&M & Orange M&M, who’ll all appear in these commercials. They were being filmed by M&M-Mars, Inc. between June 30, 2011 and December 31, 2015, which is due to M&M-Mars, Inc.’s creation of the slogan of “It’s a chocolatey, colourful life!” for M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies around June 30, 2011. All 150 M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies commercials were being shown on almost any of the U.S. TV channels and even in movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. market between 2012 and 2016, with almost 30 of them are being shown each year for 5 years (with 5 of them being shown every 2 months per year).

    In all of these commercials, viewers can hear the five M&M’s characters talk, whereas real-life people appear in over half of over 150 M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies commercials, except that viewers can hear them communicate by either facial expressions and other parts of body language or all-vocal talents. At the end of almost every one of the 150 M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies commercials, the announcer was being heard in a different voice-over. Here are the following voice-over actors who’ll finally reprise their roles as the whole colorful M&M’s crew in these commercials.

    * Billy West – “Red M&M” (Milk Chocolate M&M’s mascot)
    * J.K. Simmons – “Yellow M&M” (Peanut M&M’s mascot)
    * Cree Summer – “Ms. Green M&M” (Peanut Butter M&M’s mascot)
    * Robb Pruitt – “Blue M&M” (Almond M&M’s mascot)
    * Eric Kirchberger – “Orange M&M” (Crispy M&M’s mascot)

    Almost all five most-popular “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” varieties will finally be coming in any of the six sizes of bagged packages as well as bulk candy products, and’ll finally be available anywhere in the U.S. market beginning in June 30, 2011. The following six sizes that are being made available in bagged packages were Fun-Size, Single-Serve Size, Serving Size (which includes two servings rather than just one), Individual Size, Family Size and Party Size. The back of the “Family Size” and “Party Size” sizes of bagged packages of five most-popular M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies varieties are finally showing their actual slogan in advertising for M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies: “It’s a chocolatey, colourful life!” (which is also being created by M&M-Mars, Inc. in 2011).

  60. I always loved Crispy M&M’s, they’re my other favorite M&M’s!!!!…But I looked around in stores anywhere and I can’t find them, SORRY!!! – However, if you post up more information on M&M-Mars, Inc. that they’re bringing back Crispy M&M’s by June 30th, 2011 as its most-popular product, you let me know and I’ll post it to you, THANK YOU!!!…Until June 30th, 2011, Crispy M&M’s were still available in Europe, Australia and South-East Asia.

  61. Almost all 150 of the M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies commercials were finally being shown on almost any U.S. TV channel by either local broadcast or cable, and also in movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. market, with the characters of Red M&M, Yellow M&M, Ms. Green M&M, Blue M&M & Orange M&M, who’ll all appear in these commercials. They were being filmed by M&M-Mars, Inc. between June 30, 2011 and December 31, 2015, which is due to M&M-Mars, Inc.’s creation of the slogan of “It’s a chocolatey, colourful life!” for M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies around June 30, 2011. All 150 M&M’s Milk Chocolate Cndies commercials were being shown on almost any of the U.S. TV channels and even in movie theatres anywhere in the U.S. market between 2012 and 2016, with almost 30 of them are being shown each year for 5 years (with 5 of them being shown every 2 months per year).

    In all of these commercials, viewers can hear the five M&M’s characters talk, whereas real-life people appear in over half of over 150 M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies commercials, except that viewers can hear them communicate by either facial expressions and other parts of body language or all-vocal talents. At the end of almost every one of the 150 M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies commercials, the announcer was being heard in a different voice-over. Here are the following voice-over actors who’ll finally reprise their roles as the whole colorful M&M’s crew in these commercials.

    * Billy West – “Red M&M” (Milk Chocolate M&M’s mascot)
    * J.K. Simmons – “Yellow M&M” (Peanut M&M’s mascot)
    * Cree Summer – “Ms. Green M&M” (Peanut Butter M&M’s mascot)
    * Robb Pruitt – “Blue M&M” (Almond M&M’s mascot)
    * Eric Kirchberger – “Orange M&M” (Crispy M&M’s mascot)

    Almost all five most-popular “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” varieties will finally be coming in any of the six sizes of bagged packages as well as bulk candy products, and’ll finally be available anywhere in the U.S. market beginning in June 30, 2011. The following six sizes that are being made available in bagged packages were Fun-Size, Single-Serve Size, Serving Size (which includes two servings rather than just one), Individual Size, Family Size and Party Size. The back of the “Family Size” and “Party Size” sizes of bagged packages of five most-popular M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies varieties are finally showing their actual slogan in advertising for M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies: “It’s a chocolatey, colourful life!” (which is also being created by M&M-Mars, Inc. in 2011).

  62. When Crispy M&M’s are finally being brought back to the U.S. market by June 30, 2011, which is most likely as one of the five most-popular varieties of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies (the other five that were currently still made as most-popular products from M&M-Mars, Inc. were Milk Chocolate, Peanut, Almond, Peanut Butter, and the “M&M’s MINIS” variety), M&M-Mars, Inc. will finally introduce “Dark Chocolate Crispy M&M’s” as the third of the dark chocolate varieties of “M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies” that are finally being manufactured by M&M-Mars, Inc. with the other two being those of “Dark Chocolate M&M’s” and “Dark Chocolate Peanut M&M’s” – All of these three varieties will now be available in any size of bagged packages except for “fun-size” bags, but only for a limited-time period of 2 1/2 years (June 30, 2011 – January 1, 2014).

    The character of “Ms. Green M&M”, who is the only female mascot character for M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies while the other four M&M’s mascot characters were all-male, also appeared on the most-popular “Peanut Butter M&M’s” variety. She will finally appear as mascot for the “M&M’s Dark Chocolate Candies” line of three varieties with another M&M’s character who’ll finally appear alongside her on the packaging of each of these varieties, which’ll most likely begin in June 15, 2011.

    * “Dark Chocolate M&M’s” features Red & Ms. Green together (Red also appeared as the mascot for the most-popular “plain” variety of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies).
    * “Dark Chocolate Peanut M&M’s” features Yellow & Ms. Green together (Yellow also appeared as the mascot for the most-popular “peanut” variety of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies).
    * “Dark Chocolate Crispy M&M’s” features Orange & Ms. Green together (Orange also appeared as the mascot for the most-popular “crispy” variety of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies).

  63. Everyone have learned from M&M-Mars, Inc. that Crispy M&M’s were finally being brought back to almost each and every fine retailer anywhere in the U.S. market by June 30, 2011, which is most likely by becoming one of the five most-popular M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies varieties and replacing the “Pretzel M&M’s” variety that lasted only for a limited-time period of 1 1/2 years. Crispy M&M’s, just like the other four most-popular M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies varieties, will finally come in all of the six core colors (Red, Green, Blue, Orange, Brown & Yellow).

    Crispy M&M’s will also finally come in the six sizes of bagged packages (Fun-Size, Single-Serve Size, Serving Size, Individual Size, Family Size & Party Size) and as a bulk candy product, which were much like the other four most-popular M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies varieties that they’re also finally made available at almost each and every fine retailer anywhere in the U.S. market by June 30, 2011. In addition, they’re also finally coming in theatre-sized boxes as well, which were just like the “plain” and “peanut” varieties of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies that are also being manufactured by M&M-Mars, Inc. and available anywhere in the U.S. market by June 30, 2011.

  64. Everyone have learned from M&M-Mars, Inc. that Crispy M&M’s were being brought back as one of the five most-popular varieties of M&M’s Milk Chocolate Candies, and were being made available again anywhere in the U.S. market for the first-time in ages by June 30, 2011, which’ll finally replace the limited-edition “Pretzel M&M’s” variety.

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