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American Junk Food Brands #2

Based on the descriptions, name these American junk food brands.
Keep in mind that some answers are plural
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Last updated: July 21, 2018
First submittedNovember 25, 2012
Times taken21,846
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Buy me some peanuts and...
Cracker Jack
Hershey bar plus peanuts
Mr. Goodbar
Melts in your mouth, not in your hand
Scandinavian seafood?
Swedish Fish
Popular gourment jelly beans
Jelly Belly
Taste the rainbow
Candy with fun dispensers
Chips used as Taco Bell shells
Candy bar that "satisfies"
Carbonated candy
that fizzes in your mouth
Pop Rocks
Peanut-shaped cookie with
peanut butter filling
Nutter Butter
Mint, or mountain range
Andes Mints
Candy bar, or a person who can't catch
Corn chips, or musical instrument
Gum, or rocket launcher
Cheesy snack with a cheetah mascot
Bill Cosby's favorite brand of pudding
Candy that violently reacts with Diet Coke
Nuclear-hot candy ball
Atomic Fireball
Best-selling type of Girl Scout cookie
Thin Mints
How many licks does it take
to get to the center?
Tootsie Pops
It's okay to eat them in bed, because
they're not technically cookies
Fig Newtons
level 63
Feb 15, 2013
Heeeey, I got 'em all! Fattie alert!! :)
level 20
Feb 20, 2013
No, you're just well educated in unhealthy foods!
level 29
Feb 19, 2013
Most of these I've not heard of and I only knew pop rocks from the Green Day song and mentos from having just seen Wreck-It Ralph!
level 18
Feb 24, 2013
how do you NOT know those??!!
level 13
Feb 19, 2013
For cheetos it is spelled mascot. Just a heads up!
level 50
Aug 24, 2014
level 74
Dec 16, 2015
Also, I believe it's spelled "gourmet."
level 72
May 4, 2014
Please accept thin mint.
level 76
May 31, 2014
I typed thin mint and thin mints and it didn't take either of them.
level ∞
Jun 16, 2015
Thin mint will work now. Thin mints always worked, of course.
level 22
Sep 25, 2014
Try my Quizzes.sorry forgot to say 'NAILED IT'!
level 45
Oct 12, 2015
Swedish Fish aren't technically an American junk food as they are created by a Swedish company. Unless of course you are just referring to the fact that they are consumed in America.
level 73
Dec 16, 2015
probably the latter...because mentos originated in netherlands
level 77
Sep 26, 2017
Pretty sure Pez are not American, either.
level 82
Dec 16, 2015
I am still trying to wrap my mind around the fact that candy is being called food in English. Food to me has always been what you eat at lunch and dinner, not the junk in between. Ergo junk food is burgers and chips, candy is too junk to be even called food.
level 76
Dec 16, 2015
I wouldn't say burgers are junk food. A grilled burger of grass-finished beef with healthy toppings is real food - I eat mine wrapped in lettuce rather than a bun. But I can't argue with you about the candy. It may fit the definition of "food" as consumable, but it is definitely not real food.
level 65
Nov 8, 2018
How pedantic can we be? If it has caloric value, it's probably eaten by somebody.
level 65
Dec 16, 2015
Fun fact: There is a PEZ museum off i-95 in southern Connecticut. One day I will detour and check it out.
level 62
Dec 16, 2015
For the carbonated candy, Zotz could work as well. Please either accept that answer or make the question more specific.
level 67
Dec 16, 2015
It took longer than expected because I kept trying Cheetohs. And what about Red Hots? Those are nuclear candy balls.
level 43
Dec 17, 2015
Could you please accept M&M?
level 17
Mar 6, 2016
Lol - I only got 2...pretty poor for someone who considers oneself as a Food Fanatic. :P I'm not American though, so that's one excuse. :-)
level 17
Mar 6, 2016
Quizmaster, PLEASE accept M&M! I spent ages over that one but just gave up in the end...
level 28
Sep 18, 2016
Same here :(
level 80
May 2, 2016
Please accept Zotz!
level 58
Jun 10, 2016
100%!!! Yes, I do need to use a little weight.
level 28
Sep 18, 2016
Do they actually say "It's okay to eat them in bed, because they're not technically cookies" in a Fig Newtons commercial/ad? I could not think of anything besides Nilla Wafers.
level 67
Jan 16, 2018
I'm not sure if they ever used the "eating them in bed" bit specifically, but a big part of their advertising was stating that Newtons were NOT cookies.
level 25
Jun 14, 2017
why not m&ms
level 67
Jul 20, 2018
Isn't there a "c" missing in "masot"? I might have guessed that one right if I hadn't been wondering what a masot was...
level 55
Dec 6, 2018
10/22 :(
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