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New products from Nestle (and Wonka) – Wonkazoid, Squeez, Berry Nerds, and more

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Nestle will be introducing 3 new products at the All Candy Expo – Wonkazoid, Squeez, and Berry Nerds. Wonkazoid is an electronic game/dispenser pack which comes in four varieties: SweeTarts Oompa Candy Flip, Nerds Hockey, Shockers Shockball Showdown, and Nerds Freeze Tag. Wonkazoids will retail for about $9-$10. SweeTarts Squeez is a sweet and tart taste in a fun, squeezable tube in 2 flavors: Wild Cherry and Green Apple and retails for about $1.65.

Nestle will also be releasing Dark Chocolate Raisinets (YUM!) , Coffee Crisp, and under their PowerBar line … Nut Naturals. Coffee Crisp is popular in Canada and will now also be sold in the U.S. Coffee Crisp “balances the taste of coffee with a delicious chocolate coating that is delivered on light crispy wafers”. Sounds good to me!

UPDATE: We’re getting a lot of people trying to find where to buy Wonkazoids. I have seen them locally in a number of places: near the checkout at a grocery store, at my local Blockbuster, and yesterday while Christmas shopping I saw them at Limited Too at the mall. They are out there – just keep looking!

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9 Responses to “New products from Nestle (and Wonka) – Wonkazoid, Squeez, Berry Nerds, and more”

  1. 1
    g says:

    I have a friend who was born in Canada but lives in Maryland and LOVES Coffee Crisp. He will be so excited to be able to get them here, although that means no more cases specially ordered from foreign lands for him for his birthday.

  2. 2
    cybele says:

    I tried the SweeTarts Squeez … I’m rather disturbed by the fact that it’s made with high fructose corn sweetener instead of sugar (or dextrose, as SweeTarts are).

    I am looking forward to the Dark Chocolate Rasinets … I’ve been buying Trader Joe’s brand, which are fantastic, but it’d be nice to be able to get something that’s a little more wholesome and portable like that more widely.

  3. 3
    Laura Rebecca says:

    Coffee Crisp in the states? YES!!!! Your blog has made me a very happy woman. Thanks for the info!

  4. 4
    Ty says:

    Please tell me how I can order sweetarts in larger quantities.

    Thank you

    RESPONSE: Most candy companies sell them in bulk:


  5. 5
    Valerie says:

    By coincidence, or divine intervention, I found this site for the first time today, and it’s the best news of my week that Coffee Crisp will now in available in the US!! I’m a Canadian who’s lived in Virginia for 14 years and I still have family bring me Coffee Crisp (the original, not the new-fangled kind). (I’d feel this way even if I wasn’t in the throes of PMS….)

    RESPONSE: Welcome to the site! I hope you will visit often. I haven’t had Coffee Crisp yet, but I’m looking forward to it! :)

  6. 6
    Trish says:

    I haven’t had Nestle’s Coffee Crisp yet, but I just saw them at my University Bookstore in the candy section. At 69 cents per candy bar, I nay just spring for one.

  7. 7
    Patti says:

    My 6 year old wants WonkaZoids for Christmas. There was a one page ad in the boys Life magazine (the Boy Scout Magazine) and now he is sure Santa will bring them. I can’t find out how to order them. The wonka site show the games but gives no information on how to order. Does anyone know where to get these candy games?

  8. 8
    Erica says:

    I can\’t find Wonkazoids either. Has anyone found them yet???

    RESPONSE: I have seen them at Blockbuster and last night at my local grocery store near the checkout counter in a free-standing display.

  9. 9
    sofia says:

    ñumi que ricos quiero probar todos!!
    especialmente las bolitas !

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