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Everyone agrees that goodbye is not our favorite thing to do.

Especially after we get attached or even addicted to things.

I'm talking about food in this case.

Several food items have been discontinued in the year 2024.


Who knows?

I imagine it has to do with several things.

New products, lower sales, and higher production costs.

Let's get a look at the foods you will not be able to find this year.



OK, not all Pringles.

Four flavors are being dropped.

All of the "Wavy" Pringles including Salted, Applewood Smoked Cheddar, Fire Roasted Jalapeno, and Sweet/Spicy BBQ.

Plus, no more Honey Mustard flavor.


We have no reason why this cookie was canceled, but it looks like it is gone.



As a cereal fan, I am upset by this news.

Maple is my jam.

The Cheerio people announced it on Twitter.

Just wrong.



Dunkin' Donuts has killed off the combo Hot Chocolate/Coffee beverage.

Gee, I hope it wasn't your favorite.



Why do they do this?

While they admit it was a VERY popular flavor, it is now taking a "pause", according to the big bosses


Something must be in the air.

Even McDonald's has discontinued items of late.

Does anyone remember Onion Nuggets?

How about the McDLT?

It keeps the cold side cold and the hot side hot!

Well, we all know what happened to the "supersize" options.

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