Sunny D Gummies Are A Childhood Dream Come True

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If you grew up in the '90s, you most certainly had Sunny D at one time or another, or swiped one from a friend, depending on how strict your parents were. Like Hey Arnold, overalls, and Reptar Bars before it, the '90s staple is back in style, and it now comes in candy form.

Junk food mers @candyhunting and @junkfoodonthego have both spotted the liquid-center Sunny D gummies at Walmart, and commenters have seen them at 7-Eleven and the 99 Cent Store.

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Like Sunny Delight, the gummies come in different fruit flavors, including orange, peach, and strawberry. They're shaped like the bottle too, according to the WrecklessEating YouTube channel, which spotted the candy back in June. If they're anything like the drink, we're guessing they're super sweet and vaguely fruity tasting.



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The gummies are available to buy in bulk online, as well as at certain Walmart and 7-Eleven locations.



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