Big Babool: This soft, non-sticky fruit flavoured bubble gum was said to be the younger sister of Boomer, because of its smaller size. Were you ever caught in school for sticking the bubble gum on your teacher's chair?
Boomer: And our eyes used to get stuck to the television screen the moment the 'boom boom boomer' hero used to arrive. Can you remember how many times you were successful im making that huge bubble?
Fatafat: The black colour digestive pills were the cheapest and highly demanding packets amongst kids of 90s. Almost all shops nearby schools had the Fatafat packets hanging on the windows.
Kismi bar: That iconic taste of elaichi definitely tingles till date in the mouth of the kids of 90s. Now getting hold of a Kismi bar is beyond imagination.
Mango Bite: Almost every birthday celebration in school meant at least two mango bites for classmates
Picnic: The peanut crushed chocolate bar was a rich man’s grab in that era, but kids of 90s still remember its massive look sand crunchy bites. It is extinct now! Sob!
Polo: The perfect blend of sweetness in this 'mint with the hole' is still a hot favourite amongst kids who are grown up adults now
Poppins: Green, blue, red, and that reminds of Poppins and our good old childhood days. So which colour did you love to munch and make your tongue go colourful?
Rol-a-Cola: This iconic invention was the only time when coca cola was meant for chewing and not drinking, because these black solid candies tasted like the fizzy drink coca cola. Though coca cola exists, Rol-a-Cola is no more. Aww!
Swad: These digestive candies occupied a special position in school bags. Swad is still now available, but getting hold of it is like chasing after the moon!