Food of the Eighties, Sour Power
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Sour Power was a long red chewy candy (similar to Twizzlers) and it had a sugary coating that was also sour. They didn't come in packaging because they were kept in a plastic container on the store's counter, and they were sold by the quantity. They were around in 1988 and I'm not sure if they are still being sold.
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Patrick from MA - March 13, 2008 - Report this comment
You can find the same exact candy almost anywhere but I have not seen the specific "Sour Power" brand name in a very long time.
Colette from Brooklyn,NY - November 05, 2008 - Report this comment
That was THE popular candy when I was in Jr. High. They were 5cents each. Friendship were broken (for the if you didnt want to share. or sometimes classmates would buy them from you. aaah...good times :)

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