Feeling nostalgic? Good news, some of your favorite 90s brands are making a comeback!
Aaron Smith of CNN Money shows us some examples of seemingly forgotten 90s brands that are back in business.
Coca-Cola unveiled this memorable neon green soda back in 1996. It was originally created to compete with Pepsi’s Mountain Dew beverage. The drink developed a loyal following, mainly among young males, before being discontinued in 2003. The company decided to bring back the popular soda last September.
The Oreo is known today as “milk’s favorite cookie.” A little known fact is that Hydrox cookies were actually around first. Hydrox was introduced back in 1908, lasting for almost a century before Kellogg pushed them out of the market with the Oreo. Leaf Brands, a company dedicated to resurrecting extinct food products, relaunched the Hydrox brand last September.
French Toast Crunch
French Toast Crunch was a popular breakfast cereal sold in the U.S. from 1995 to 2006. Though General Mills discontinued the product in America, they kept it on the market in Quebec. Fans remained loyal and continued to order French Toast Crunch despite high shipping and handling rates. Devotees were pleased to hear that French Toast Crunch returned to the United States last December.
“Full House” was as one of the biggest sitcoms of the ‘90s. The show ended in 1995, but Netflix has just released a spinoff based on the original series called “Fuller House.” The reboot centers on the girls, now all grown up, and most of the original cast will be returning to the show.