There’s gum in them their hills! You get 2 ounces of real Gold Bubble Gum Nuggets in a little cloth miners bag. Do you remember this novelty candy in old fashioned Dime Stores?

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There’s gum in them their hills! You get 2 ounces of real Gold Bubble Gum Nuggets in a little cloth miners bag. Do you remember this novelty candy in old fashioned Dime Stores? I do, I remember getting a bag of this gum when I was young.

Marathon (1968) Marathon came to the UK courtesy of Forrest Mars Sr, estranged from the family business in the States, but free to adapt the recipes for European tastes. Aside from his eponymous bar packed with milk, sugar, glucose, and thick, thick chocolate, Mars' Slough-produced cash cow was a peanut-powered derivative of the American Snickers (the name was apparently tribute to the Mars family's favourite horse) 'brand alignment' saw Marathon adopt its maiden name in 1990

The golden age of British sweets - in pictures

1968 Marathon came to the UK courtesy of Forrest Mars Sr estranged from the family business in the States - but free to adapt the recipes for European tastes

Synonymous with Christmas for anyone under 50, these much-missed mini-choc bars disappeared when manufacturer Terry's of York was gobbled up by multinational food giant, Kraft, in 2005. The foil-paper wrappers and flavours were, however, seared by rote and gluttony into the memory of a generation. Devon Milk, Café Au Lait, Plain Dessert – colour-coded in oranges, browns and aquas, as if to blend into the wallpaper of a 1970s living room – these were tiny Yuletide treats

The golden age of British sweets - in pictures

Synonymous with Christmas for anyone under these much-missed mini-choc bars disappeared when manufacturer Terry's of York was gobbled up by multinational food giant, Kraft, in The foil-paper wrappers and flavours were, however, seared by rote an

UK - Bassett's - Jelly Babies candy box - 1970's to early 1980's by JasonLiebig, via Flickr

UK - Bassett's - Jelly Babies candy box - I remember buying these at the pictures

Vintage chocolate box: Good News by Rowntree Mackintosh 1/2lb

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Liquorice pipes. They'd never be allowed today

l loved these, never made me want to smoke my step dads pipe though, contrary to believe

Loved Mint Cracknell! My favourite childhood chocolate!

Maxkintosh's Mint Cracknel - remember these? Out about the same time as Swisskit. Thin chocolate bar with a bright green mint centre which was like fibre glass.

Do you miss these sweets from the 80's? We do, which is why we put this list together! http://zaddleinternetmarketing.com/2012/11/16/friday-fun-10-snacks-drinks-we-badly-miss/

Peanut treets - Chocolate coated peanuts in a crispy shell (way better than m&m's)

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