Food of the Eighties, Tiny Tarts
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Little cylinder shaped sweet tarts. Now they are candy coated and re-named tart-n-tiny
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Mike - October 31, 2007 - Report this comment
Evolution: Tiny Tart -> Candy Coated Tiny Tart -> Tart-n-Tiny
Carrie - December 09, 2007 - Report this comment
I miss the un-coated ones!! I used to stack them up and see how tall of a stack I could fit in my mouth without toppling them! Then I'd suck on, like, 30 of them until they dissolved in my mouth...MMMM
mary - January 25, 2008 - Report this comment
where did these go? and when will they come back. you know retro is in (are the 80's considered retro? yikes).
Becca - March 19, 2008 - Report this comment
I used to get these at the concession stand when I played little league. I loved them! Do you know where I can get them?
Lynne - March 27, 2008 - Report this comment
They were my tiny tarts....I started it!
Jeff - April 15, 2009 - Report this comment
My buddy and me have a bet. He says they were always called Tart n tinies, I say they did used to be called tiny tarts and then the name changed when Wonka took them over. Any comments to help us settle up??
Laura - April 21, 2009 - Report this comment
I love the 80's!!!
DeAnna - August 25, 2009 - Report this comment
Tart 'n' Tinys From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Tart 'n' Tinys were small, candy-coated fruit-flavored candies distributed by Nestlé USA under the Wonka brand. Tart 'n' Tiny's came in five colors, bluish-purple (grape), yellow (lemon), orange (orange), red (cherry), and green (lime). The original incarnation of Tart 'n' Tinys candies were small cylinders with a chalky appearance and a consistency and flavor similar to Sprees and SweeTarts. Along with Nerds and Wacky Wafers, Tart 'n' Tinys were top sellers for the Wonka company in the 1980s.[1] In the 1990s the original candies were discontinued. A short time later, Wonka introduced Candy-coated Tart n Tinys, identical candies with a brightly colored candy coating. This candy was then marketed simply as Tart n Tinys. While the original version was hard in texture, a soft and chewy version of Tart 'n' Tinys was recently introduced, titled Chewy Tart 'n' Tinys, that has the same candy coating but with a chewy center. Tart 'n' Tinys have now been discontinued.
JO - November 05, 2009 - Report this comment
I miss the uncoated ones. They were so much better. Is there anywhere to still buy them? The coated ones just aren't the same - same with the old sweet tarts giant size - you could buy a single red or purple one - it would last for ages
troy - March 10, 2010 - Report this comment
i used by a pack on my way to school almost everyday. they need to bring them back they'll be a big hit.
kim - November 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Every once in a while you can find them at the Disney store or other places they come it the plastic containers that break when you try to open them, at the Disney store its like Aladdin's knife and stuff like that. And they are the tiny tarts (uncoated). They were my favorite too the coating just ruins them. I also miss getting the skeleton parts that you could put together at Halloween.
Melissa - December 16, 2010 - Report this comment
I contacted Nestle to see if there was anywhere to buy them. It has been 2 years since they manufactured them. If anyone finds old stock I would buy them up!!!
jason - December 20, 2010 - Report this comment
I loved the old (un-coated) tiny tarts. I used to stack them and make a trail of them by color, I would open like 5 packs at once, they used to cost 10cents a pack. The coated ones aren't good. Bring back the uncoated ones PLEASE!!!! I NEED MY SUGAR. LOL
tony - September 21, 2012 - Report this comment
i use to buy a huge bag of the un-coated, powered delights.. best candy ever! coated one's were never the same.. the little box did'nt compare to a whole clear bag of tiny tarts...

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