Squeeze Pop No More

Sad news for the kids of the 90’s, Squeeze Pop is being discontinued.


If you’ve never had a Squeeze Pop it is a fruit flavored lollipop in liquid form. Squeeze Pop came in three flavors Watermelon, Cherry, and Blue Raspberry. Originally released in the 80’s, Squeeze Pop really became a big hit for kids in the 90’s. Squeeze Pop was especially fun around Halloween as they would release the limited edition Spooky Squeeze Pops. The green Squeeze Pop was repackaged as Slime with a Slimy creature on the front and the red Squeeze Pop became Vampires Blood with a vampire on the front.

If you hurry now you might still be able to find Squeeze Pops somewhere. We sold out immediately once people found out that it was being discontinued. We can however suggest you try plenty of other candy’s that are just as popular.

All 90’s kids will most likely recognize these:

Bubble Tape


Push Pops


Ring Pops


It is always sad when a childhood candy is lost. Many experienced this with the loss of Blackjack, Beeman’s, and Clove gum. So we say farewell to the Squeeze Pop and remember the good times.

-The Buzz Crew

10 comments on “Squeeze Pop No More

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Daisy on 23 March, 2015 5:46 pm

I loved those squeeze pops….so good and I’m not a kid….I liked that they were easy and if you didn’t want the whole sucker to eat you could just get a squeeze pop and take a couple like and your good….plus my sugar levels drop and I just thought these would be good to have as a FAST fix for low sugar levels

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on 24 March, 2015 9:41 am

It would certainly be a quick fix. If you search around the internet enough you might just be able to find some. Our suppliers however are unable to get them for us. It would be fun to see a petition actually bring it back like in the case of the crispy M&M! Thanks for reading!

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Logan on 23 March, 2015 8:54 pm

Hubba Bubba squeeze candy has always been a part of my childhood and I’m currently in college and I love it! I want it back. It was my absolute favorite candy and I am without a doubt disappointed that the candy has been discontinued. WE WANT IT BACK!

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on 24 March, 2015 9:43 am

We agree Logan. We’ve even had an angry message sent to us on facebook about it. A customer who was very unhappy about the loss of Squeeze Pop. If we could do anything to get it back we totally would!

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Beautiful on 19 May, 2015 5:24 pm

Why did they discontinue squeeze pops they were thee absolute best

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Alexxa1015 on 23 May, 2015 9:05 am

Hubba Bubba doesn’t really give any details unfortunantly. I think there are tons of people who would love to know.

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Erik Savoie on 13 July, 2015 1:15 pm

I wonder if hubba bubba would be willing to sell the recipe and rights to produce the squeeze pops, I think there is definitely still a market for them, on eBay last month 4pcs of the sweet(non-sour) sold for more than $45! If people are willing to pay that much for them then I find it hard to imagine that they couldn’t turn a profit from restarting production. I bid on them but $10 a piece is beyond ridiculous cause I’d eat them all in less than 2 days and be sad again that I paid that much and that there are no more lol.

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Alexxa1015 on 21 July, 2015 9:35 am

There is definitely a demand for them. Other companies have started producing the same sort of product, just not hubba bubba. Icee makes one that we sell

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on 6 August, 2015 12:23 pm

I manage a candy store and these things flew off the shelf! I am shocked they discontinued these! I hope they bring them back!!!

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Miles joy lo on 7 August, 2015 7:17 pm

I haven’t been able to find these for years. My area stopped selling for some reason. On a trip home from Miami Florida we stopped at a mini mart/gas station. I was so happy to find my candy. The absolute best all time favorite none chocolate, candy I have have ever had. I tried the Icee cherry flavor. Unfortunately it was not the same. It was exactly like drinking the syrup that’s used to make the actual thing.

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