Colleen Casey found six food products that we once loved (but apparently not so much to keep them around) but no longer show up in a grocery store.
The failure rate for a new product in grocery stores between 70 and 80 percent. New products can fail for any number of reasons, poor marketing, low sales figures, high production costs, etc.
But sometimes, products stick around for years before being pulled from the shelves, establish loyal followers and consumers — and then they get the axe.
These got the axe.
- Crispy M&M’s
- Kellogg’s Pop Tart Crunch Cereal
- Butterfinger BB’s
- Ben & Jerry’s Tennessee Mud
- Oreo O’s