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Tootsie Roll Frooties

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Frooties

Seth over at MostlyMuppet.com posted today about Frooties. Frooties? What the heck are Frooties? I wondered if they were a new name for those fruit-flavored Tootsie Rolls that I despise so (if it says Tootsie Roll and is shaped like a Toosie Roll, I want a CHOCOLATE Tootsie Roll, thank you very much). Nope – it’s a different (though similar) candy:

Tootsie Roll Frooties are soft chewy candies that carry the taste of fresh fruit.

Well, that explains it!

They come in 9 fun fruity flavors: Banana-Berry, Green Apple, Grape, Smooth Cherry, Blue Raspberry, Fruit Punch, Pink Lemonade, Strawberry and Watermelon.

Hmmmm…..I don’t think I have ever had these or even heard of them before. The site says they were invented in the 1970′s – how could I have missed them? Has anyone (besides Seth) had these before? The flavors sound pretty good – I’m going to have to find some.

While on the Tootsie Roll site, I found another product I have never seen before: Tootsie Pops Tropical Stormz

Tootsie Pop Tropical Stormz is an assortment of five delicious tropical flavored Tootsie Pops. The hard candy on each pop is a combination of two tropical flavors presented in a colorful swirl.

Sounds…..interesting, but give me a good old grape Tootsie Pop any day and I’m a happy guy.



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21 Responses to “Tootsie Roll Frooties”

  1. 1
    realthirtysomething says:

    I’ve had the blue raspberry, green apple, cherry, and grape Frooties…when I scrounged them out of my sons’ bags of candy they received at parades. I suspect (though I haven’t researched this) that up to this point, Frooties might have been available in big, cheap mixed-flavor bags, perfect for purchase by the people who buy candy to toss from parade floats.

    Anyway, these Frooties weren’t bad–although the flavor wasn’t close to what I consider “fresh fruit” flavor. For instance, how many fresh BLUE raspberries has anyone ever eaten? The taste and texture of Frooties reminded me of Laffy Taffy, although a Frootie is a much smaller piece of candy than a piece of Laffy Taffy.

    Frankly, if I’m going to eat a piece of fruit-flavored chewy candy, I’d prefer a Now & Later any day–although I suspect that Frooties pose much less risk than Now & Laters, of breaking off one of your teeth when you take a bite (I’ve never had that happen, but heard of people who did).

    I agree with you by the way, the grape Tootsie Pops are AWESOME. Truly a timeless classic.

  2. 2
    Sabrina Bruening says:

    I just heard that there is a new flavor called Lime-Cola. Have you tried it? I have also heard they going to a 400 ct bag and get rid of the 445 ct bag.

  3. 3
    Kristi says:

    I was wondering if anyone could tell me where I could purchase frootsies. I have been looking on the internet for a while and cannot find a website that has frootsies for sale. Anyone who knows please write back.

    RESPONSE: They are Frooties NOT Frootsies – maybe you have been searching wrong? Amazon sells them.
    –Brian

  4. 4
    Barb says:

    I love the grape Tootsie Frooties…and no, I know what the other Tootsie Rolls you are talking about, those are nasty. Like the vanilla and all that crap, yuck. Anyways, I’ve always gotten them in parades, but they’re sold around my town at little convenient stores as penny candy. But yeah, grape is my fave, then comes watermelon. I’d have to say it’s one of my favorite candies. BTW – I found your little blog here trying to find a place to order a bag LOL

  5. 5
    catboy17 says:

    I like the vanilla ones!!!

  6. 6
    Katie says:

    I REALLY want to order banana-berry flavored frooties (nd even the green apple ones) but can’t find them anywhere! HELP!

  7. 7
    dan says:

    amazon.com sells frooties

    RESPONSE: Yeah, we linked to them in the article :)
    –Brian

  8. 8
    dee says:

    omg i love these things i was just lookign for a vendor online ! i just moved to fl and havent found any here yet:(

  9. 9
    Joel says:

    Tootsie Frooties are one of my favorite candies. They used to sell them as penny candy at the hardware in my town growing up. Unfortunately, I can’t find any place to buy them except online (which tends to be more expensive). I don’t get it–all these stores sell the other Tootsie Fruit Roll, which I agree are disgusting. Vanilla is terrible, even the fruit ones aren’t that good. I wish they’d carry the Frooties instead.

  10. 10
    Laura says:

    Hello, I am currently enjoying a bag of frooties that I bought while in Littleton New Hampshire recently. They are much better than the other flavored tootsie rolls, my favorite is watermelon…. They sell them online or if your in new hampshire go to chutters candy store on main st, they’ve got lots of candy : )

  11. 11
    bellababbi says:

    does anyone know a store [not online] that sells frooties? i’ve looked at safeway and stuff like that and no one has then. im trying to find either the strawberry ones or the watermelon ones. if you know email me kourtney20030@yahoo.com. please and thank you !! :D

  12. 12
    heather says:

    Does anybody know a store [not online] where i can find chewy runts?
    If you know email me at badeauxh@northoaks.org

  13. 13
    kuro-aki says:

    I love it

  14. 14
    AlFonzo says:

    This is amazing to find others like me that are addicted to these little pieces of heaven. i have been trying to find this at all the locale markets and couldnt so I decide to give it a shot online, And I finally found them..

  15. 15
    Margaret says:

    i had the apple and fruit punch flavored frooties the other day at a restaurant and i’d really like to get some. does anyone know where i can find some? maybe at an albertsons, ralphs, stater brothers, or some other grocery store(i’d rather not buy them online)? thanks!

  16. 16
    PAT DEWAR says:

    Is it true the bag count is decreasing again? This is ludacris. My favorite flavor is green apple. mmmmm.

  17. 17
    Andy says:

    Frooties are my absolute favorite. I buy them in the mall in Lafayette, IN. There is a candy store called Inside Scoop that carries them in a type of “pick-a-mix” scenario.

  18. 18
    Werd says:

    I just ate a gang of Tootsie Fruit Rolls, and I loved them. The lime is my favorite, followed by lemon, then cherry. Not a fan of the vanilla. (Is that even a fruit? Weird.) Anyways, I also love Frooties, but it’s been a while since I’ve had them. I was worried that they’d been replaced by the Fruit Rolls, and I’m happy to see that is not the case. Can’t wait to get my hands on some of those to compare. Seems like most people on here like the Frooties better. Just curious as to why? That lime Fruit Roll is seriously one of my favorite candies.

  19. 19
    Brooke says:

    YES YES YES!!!
    FROOTIES!
    When I was about 7, my mom would drop my sister and I off to play video games at Morgan’s (kind of like Chuckie Cheese) while she shopped around the mall. I remember the taste of the cherry ones because that was all i ever got. I would come home with bags and bags full. I haven’t had one in about 10 years, because I forgot what they were called – i just remembered the oo in the middle- like the phonic spelling that i was fond of in such a young age!
    sooo good!

  20. 20
    Amanda says:

    I love frooties. Haven’t had them in years though. Does anyone know of a place (online) that sells the banana flavor because I can’t find it anywhere.

    Please help its my favorite flavor.

  21. 21
    jalonda leigh ware says:

    bring some frootie company in natchez ms, 39120 tootsie roll industries inc.chicago,IL 60629,usaR TRBrands company to natchez ,ms 39120 please that please.

    love
    jalonda

    p.s. i love frooties much grape flavor.

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