12 Forbidden Foods We Demand Immediate Access To, Dagnabbit

They discontinued the BK Halloween Whopper just because it gave you blue poop.
12 Forbidden Foods We Demand Immediate Access To, Dagnabbit

Ah, the nostalgia. We all remember the days of our childhood, when we would run to the store to pick up the latest edition of our favorite treat. We'd beg our parents for the newest, most indulgent snack, and they'd usually give in. But now, all that has changed. In the US, there are a number of beloved snacks, treats, and beverages that have been taken off the shelves, banned, or discontinued. From Kinder Surprise eggs to Dunkaroos, PB Max to Chiclets, and even the infamous Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Pies, these snacks are no longer available. 

This list is a tribute to the treats we used to love, and a reminder of the ones that are still available. It's a reminder that the food industry is constantly changing, and that sometimes the things we love the most can be gone in a flash. So, let's take a moment to remember the treats we used to love, and the ones we still do. Here are 12 snacks and treats that are no longer available in the U.S.

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Mustard oil: not heart-healthy.

CRACKED MUSTARD OIL You can't use mustard oil for cooking in the U.S., Europe, or Canada because it has too much erucic acid, which can be bad for your heart.


Green and blue poop: the ultimate Halloween treat.

CRACKED BURGER KING HALLOWEEN WHOPPER In 2015, Burger King released a special Halloween Whopper with a flame-grilled beef patty on a black bun. Unfortunately, it had to be discontinued because it caused people to have green or blue poop.

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