Starbursts

Alex Lippmann

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When you get that craving for something sweet and juicy, Starburst should be your answer. With the unexplainably juicy flavors, you would never believe that it all came from such a little package. The candy was originally introduced by Mars in the UK. Peter Phillips, the creator, named the candy Opal Fruits in 1960. The pack came with four different flavors, strawberry, lemon, orange, and lime. In 1967 the Opal Fruits were introduced in America as M&M’s Fruit Chewies, and later in the 1960’s it took on the new name Starburst. The lime flavor in the original package then changed to cherry as we know it today. You can never go wrong with the powerful original taste of Starburst. The orange, yellow, red, and pink, or orange, lemon, cherry, or strawberry go perfectly together and will remind you of when you are a kid looking through your halloween bag. But for ones that don’t like the original flavors it doesn’t stop there. You can get packs of Tropical that includes strawberry banana, pina colada, cherry kiwi, and mango melon or, packs of Sour, FaveReds, Very Berry, and Superfruit Flavor. One might say the little wrappers are annoying to peel off, Starburst Minis Unwrapped can solve all these problems. The little, not wrapped bite sized pieces of Starburst it will certainly fill your craving. You also can’t forget the Gummiburst that explode with every bite or the gummies sour. Starburst is also good for every holiday with its Starburst flavored jelly beans for Easter or Starburst candy canes for your Christmas tree. Starburst is for every time of the year, every season, and every mood, and you could never go wrong with its unexplainably Juicy flavors. Pick Starburst for your next delicious treat and you will not regret it.

Sources:

https://www.candywarehouse.com/starburst-candy/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starburst_(confectionery)