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Met its tragic, untimely death in the United States in 2005.
Discontinued in the US and Canada in 2004.
Ripped from grocery store shelves in the US in 2006. via.
Finished its impressive run in 2006.
Entered the grocery store of the great beyond in 2005.
The Coca-Cola Company ruined soda forever when they discontinued this fine beverage in 2003.
The turbulent mid-90's took these delicious treats from our needy hands.
Despite initially being simply a movie tie-in for 1984's Ghostbusters, Ecto Cooler disappeared in 2001, forever ruining the contents of your lunchbox.
Apparently the world wasn't ready for 3D snacks in the mid 2000's, and so this product ended its run all too early. I blame Avatar.
This great experiment in color was discontinued in 1993.
General Mills ruined snack-time forever in 2001.
Has all but disappeared in recent years.
The most delicious cereal of all time met its end in 2007. Except in South Korea!
As the Planters Wikipedia article (very trustworthy) states, these goodies were “discontinued for being too delicious.” via.
The Man killed Four Loko in 2011. RIP FUN.
The first energy drink ever apparently ran out of fuel in 1999.
Apparently the product has since been rebranded in 2007… but it will never be the same.
What's inside a wonder ball? Magic. And Nestle killed magic in 2004.
Discontinued sometime in the 90's because the Mars family didn't like peanut butter. Seriously.
This ground breaking soft drink/floating dots hybrid met its end in 1997. Who cares if it tasted bad, it looked so DAMN COOL.
Despite popular DEWmand, these drinks disappeared in 2004, and more recently in 2011. (Image credit: BevReview.com)
These delicious treats have disappeared without much warning in recent years.
Gatorade was the first to learn that drinks and gum don't mix so well in the late 90's.
There is something just so damn awesome about colorful condiments. Or maybe just so damn gross. Either way, barf ketchup was discontinued in 2006.
Phased out of the McDonalds menu in 2004. Just once, just one more time, I'd like to say those wonderful words