Do they still sell Wonder balls?
Sadly, tragically, they were discontinued in 2004. This is the sad, true story, of the Wonder Ball. Wonder Balls originally went by the name Nestlé Magic Balls, as they were distributed by Nestlé in the mid 1990s. via
How do you play Wonder Ball?
Wonder Ball or Hot Potato
Recite a poem, sing a song, or play music. When the poem, song, or music stops, whoever is left holding the "potato" is out. Play until only one player remains. The fun is to pass the ball or beanbag quickly - as if it's a hot potato. via
Why are Wonder balls banned?
The product was withdrawn in 1997 after competitors and consumer groups campaigned that the toy posed a choking hazard. In April 2000, the Wonder Ball was re-released with candy in place of the toys. via
Why are kinder eggs banned?
Why are Kinder Eggs banned in the US? The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetics Act prohibits Kinder Eggs, as they don't allow confectionary products to contain a “non-nutritive object”. It bans "the sale of any candy that has embedded in it a toy or trinket", so obviously the tiny toy encased in a Kinder Egg doesn't pass. via
How does the wonder ball song go?
The wonderball goes 'round and 'round. To pass it quickly, you are bound. I fear for you the game is past. Whoever is holding the ball at the end of the song is out and must leave the circle until everyone is out and a new game begins. via
What candy bars are no longer made?
15 Discontinued Candies That Taste Like Childhood
What is a Wonder Ball?
Wonderball is an interactive ping pong table which adds a digital twist to traditional table tennis. The hi-tech table uses digital projectors and sensors which track the movements of the ball, allowing many different games to be played on it. via
What candy is banned in the US?
Kinder Surprise Eggs were banned for safety reasons
According to Marketplace, the law that got Kinder Surprise banned in the US goes back to 1938. The legislation in question basically outlaws candy that has a "non-nutritive object" embedded in it, which precisely describes the Kinder Surprise. via
Can I bring Kinder Eggs into the US 2020?
Kinder eggs are a prohibited item because they contain a toy surprise, hidden inside, that poses a choking and aspiration hazard for children younger than three years of age. Kinder Eggs may not be imported into the United States and will be confiscated and destroyed. via
Has anyone died from Kinder eggs?
Ten children worldwide have died from choking on parts of the Kinder toy surprises after they had eaten the chocolate egg; another was attributed to another manufacturer's product. Defenders of the chocolates said that these had been unfortunate fatalities. via
Why was Wispa discontinued?
In 2003, as part of a relaunch of the Cadbury Dairy Milk brand, the Wispa brand was discontinued and the product relaunched as "Dairy Milk Bubbly". In October 2008, Wispa permanently returned to shops in the UK and Ireland due to the chocolate bar's popularity during the previous limited period release. via
What is the oldest candy bar still in production?
The oldest mass-produced candy product that has been continually produced in an unchanged form is probably the NECCO wafer. via
What's the oldest candy bar still around?
The Chocolate Cream bar created by Joseph Fry in 1866 is the oldest candy bar in the world. Although Fry was the first to start pressing chocolate into bar molds in 1847, the Chocolate Cream was the first mass-produced and widely available candy bar. via