*LIST* The Most Popular Halloween Candy The Year You Were Born

*LIST* The Most Popular Halloween Candy The Year You Were Born

*LIST* The Most Popular Halloween Candy The Year You Were Born

You probably remember what your favorite candy was when you were a trick-or-treater, but chances are, you have no idea what the country’s favorite Halloween candy was the year you were born! So we’re here to tell you: (CLICK HERE FOR FULL LIST)

1960: Swedish Fish – These chewy candies really caught on in the 60s.

1962: Now and Later – A big hit with kids, not so much with dentists.

1967: Starburst – They launched in the U.K. in the 60s and became a favorite when they hit the states in ‘67.

1971: Laffy Taffy – The jokes on the wrappers made this a Halloween favorite.

1975: Pop Rocks – Despite the urban legend, these won’t make your stomach explode.

1977: Tootsie Roll – They had a catchy jingle back then and this was their big moment.

1980: Big League Chew – This pouch of gum was a huge hit when it came out in 1980.

1981: Jelly Belly – Thank President Reagan for this one, they were a favorite of his.

1982: Reese’s Pieces – This is the year “E.T.” came out featuring the new-ish candy.

1985: Sour Patch Kids – Coming out at the height of Cabbage Patch Kids mania helped this candy become super popular.

1987: Air Heads – This new candy was an instant hit.

1990: Hershey’s Bars – The classic chocolate bar was big this year.

1993: Hershey’s Cookies ‘N’ Creme Bars – This one was a game-changer and people loved it.

1996: Gummies – All kinds of gummy treats were popular that year for some reason.

1999: Jolly Rancher Lollipops – Next-level love for fans of the fruity candy.

2002: M&Ms – Maybe it was the introduction of purple M&Ms that made these a favorite in 2002.

2004: Candy Corn – These are the classic Halloween candy, nice to see them on this list at least once.

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