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  • Candy and Sweets
    • 77-X-42
        • Candy product, a super sour lemon ball that Professor Frank creates that is so sour it can only be safely contained in a magnetic field. (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
    • A-OK
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Amazonkers
        • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • America's Choice Apple Pie
        • Product being exported to the U.S.A. at the Chinese airport. (Season 16 episode Goo Goo Gai Pan)
    • B.C. Donuts
        • Donuts sold at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 10 episodes Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Hell Toupée, I'm With Cupid, Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin', Season 12 episode A Tale of Two Springfields)
    • Bananaramas
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Belaran Bourbon Ball
        • Spectrum-themed snack that gave Karen indigestion (Season 1 episode 2 Cash Poor)
    • Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans
        • Popular candy, similar to Muggle jelly beans, except the range encompasses every flavour imaginable, including vomit, toffee and earwax. Now available for real from Jelly Belly.
    • Big Chew
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Big Red Snack Foam
        • Snack product filled with sugar that Kent Brockman laments won't be available following the passing of Marge's Law, banning sugar from Springfield. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Bite 'Ems
        • Snack product filled with sugar that Kent Brockman laments won't be available following the passing of Marge's Law, banning sugar from Springfield. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Bitter Sweeties
        • English candy that sends Bart and Lisa into a candy fever dream. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • Black Dog Licorice
        • Poster on Ned's bedroom wall seen in season 1 episode 8 Bitter Sweets. "Naturally sweet candy chews." Poster design by Ken Bailey.
    • Bristol's Toffee
        • Candy that Mr. Burns requests from the candy machine: "I'll take two pounds of Bristol's toffee - oh, and don't wrap it too tightly, I'm hungry now!" (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity)
    • Brownie Balls
        • Packaged bakery product manufactured by Tessman Foods.
    • Buggin Ballz
        • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Candy Beans
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Candy Burritos
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Candy Fruits
        • Candy product in the hospital vending machine when Sawyer's Apollo bar gets stuck. (Season 6 episode The End)
    • Cheezy!
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Cherry!
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Chew 'Ems
        • Snack product filled with sugar that Kent Brockman laments won't be available following the passing of Marge's Law, banning sugar from Springfield. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Chips Aplenty!
        • Candy product like Chips Ahoy created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Chocko Rings
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Choco Chunks
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Choco Puffs
        • Snack food Woody gives the gang when the store is out of peanuts and pretzels. 90% real sugar 10% animal fat (Season 9 episode 21 It's a Wonderful Wife)
    • Choco-Bricks
        • Packaged bakery product manufactured by Tessman Foods.
    • Choco-Nards
        • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Chocolate Covered Honey Nougat Praline Bombs
        • Candy product that Niles brings over to Frasier's apartment. Niles: "Look at what I brought: chocolate covered honey nougat praline bombs! And they're jumbos!" (Season 8 episode Hungry Heart)
    • Chocolate Covered Raisins
        • Generic raisin box in the comic book. (Season 1 episode Respect Your Purpose)
    • Chocolate Frog
        • English candy that sends Bart and Lisa into a candy fever dream, inspired by Harry Potter. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • Chocolate Sauce
        • Chocolate product sold at Shopwell's, singing during the opening song, visible during the battle with the gods.
    • Churro Dog
        • Treat sold at the mall that Eleanor mentions - a hot dog, but the bun is two churros, tied together with a Slim Jim. They come with unlimited ranch dressing. An Arizona delicacy. (Season 1 episode Most Improved Player)
    • Clown Party Brand Marshmallows
        • Brand of marshmallows at the Simpson house that Marge brings out when the family drinks hot chocolate. (Season 7 episode Marge Be Not Proud)
    • Cocoa
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Coffeetime Premium Donuts
        • Amy buys white powdered donuts at the gas station, which advertises a contest with the ability to win $90,000 or 90,000 donuts.
    • Crazy Eggs
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Crispy Cakes
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Crunchy Cake
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Cyber Fudge
        • When the manager of the Native American casino Caesar's Pow-Wow shows Bart a vision of his future, Homer and Marge are seen eating virtual fudge. (Season 11 episode Bart to the Future)
    • Delvan Pudding
        • Sloan and Julian discuss several Romulans, including Neral, Praetor of the Romulan Star Empire, whose favorite food is Delvan pudding and pet set'leth's name is Pensho. They also discuss Koval, Chairman of the Tal Shiar, who is suspected of having an incurable degenerative disease called Tuvan Syndrome. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
    • Dharma Initiative Candy
        • Dharma branded food product. (Behind the scenes episode Lost: On Location)
    • Dharma Initiative Crepes Au Chocolat
        • Dharma branded food product. (episodes One of Them, Dave)
    • Dharma Initiative Dharmalars
        • Dharma branded food product. (episode S.O.S.)
    • Dharma Initiative Marshmallows
        • Dharma branded food product. (episodes One of Them, Dave)
    • Dingle Doodles
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Double Stuff Oreos
        • Cookies that Gaines mentions on the drive to Wabamun - an alternate spelling of the real product Double Stuf Oreos, often associated with the Mandela Effect, how many people believe that Oreos used to be spelled with two Fs.
    • Dragon Foot Bamboo Pole Little Mouse Tiny Boy Prune Candy
        • Candy product / sponsor. Ricky Bobby: "Whenever I'm spending time in Shanghai, Beijing or Taipei, I like to put my feet up, get a cool glass of iced tea, and enjoy a bag of prune candy. Dragon Foot Bamboo Pole Little Mouse Tiny Boy Prune Candy.” (DVD Bonus Features)
    • Dug Out
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Eat 'Ems
        • Snack product filled with sugar that Kent Brockman laments won't be available following the passing of Marge's Law, banning sugar from Springfield. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Everlasting Copkillaz
        • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Fire
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Good
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Good Patty
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Goop-O A-B-C
        • Product similar to Jell-O 123 that Scully remembers from her childhood. She liked the Cherry flavor, but not the the Lemon Lime, as it "tastes like leprechaun taint". (Season 1 episode The Lost Art of Forehead Swear)
    • Grandma Plopwell's Pudding
        • The low-fat pudding that's approved for sale by the government. "Our hyper-sugar gives you 300% of your minimum daily sweetness requirement." Sponsor of the gross-out How Low Will You Go? contest that Homer enters to try to win a trip to Maui. (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
    • Granny's Big Fudge Nuggets
        • Charlie wrote the jingle for Fudge Nuggets.
        • Charlie plays piano while Jake's class sings the Fudge Nuggets jingle. (Season 1 episode Twenty-five Little Pre-pubers without a Snootful)
        • Jake runs into the bathroom to tell Jake he heard the Fudge Nuggets theme song. (Season 1 episode Phase One, Complete)
        • Charlie wrote the jingle for Granny's Big Fudge Nuggets. (Season 1 episode Sara Like Puny Alan)
        • Alan buys Charlie three bags of his favorite cookies to apologize for stealing his hot French girl. (Season 5 episode Kinda Like Necrophilia)
        • Alan tells Herb that Charlie keeps his Fudge Nuggets in the trunk of his car to keep them away from Jake. (Season 6 episode I Think You Offended Don)
    • Gummy Tummies
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • High Ho's
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Hot Star
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Instant Pudding
        • When Emily gets a full-time job, she doesn't feel like cooking, so she buys a variety of generic quick cook products from Boys Market grocery store. (Season 1 episode Emily, I’m home… Emily?)
    • Janeray Syrup
        • Sweet food product that Rygel mentions, which he desires after their first escape from Peacekeeper captivity. (Season 1 episode Premiere)
    • Jolly Jammers
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • JoyJoy
        • Bag of marzipanjoyjoys that the foreign exchange student offers Milhouse on the school bus. Mit iodine. (Season 5 episode Treehouse of Horror IV - Segment Terror at 5 1/2 Feet)
        • Miles tries to get Keiko to try a jumja stick, a sweet snack made from the sap of the jumja tree. It's full of vitamin C. (Season 1 episode In the Hands of Prophets)
        • Kira tells Cretak she never thought she’d see a Romulan eating a jumja stick. She also mentions them being too sweet, prompting Cretak to recommend an osol twist, which is tart. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
    • Ka-Bam!
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Kablooie
        • Artificially flavored chewing gum that the child in France 1549 claims the devil gave her. Color: blue. Flavor: "Blooberrie" (Season 1 episode Glorious Purpose)
    • Knick-Knacks
        • Packaged bakery product manufactured by Tessman Foods.
    • Krusty Clump Bar With Almonds
        • According to Homer, they hid tickets to the Candy Industry Trade Show in every millionth Krusty Klump Bar and Krusty Klump Bar with Almonds. (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
    • Lemon Sours
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Lime Sours
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Li'l Biggies
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Li'l Fatso Cupcakes
        • Ovenfresh Industries sponsors the Oven Fresh Bakeoff contest, brought to you by the Ovenfresh Flour family of products, including Li'l Fatso Cupcakes, Drizzlers Gravies, American Pride Radar-Guided Missile Systems and Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Li'l Sweetheart Cupcakes
        • A subsidiary of ILG, the chemical company and sponsor of It's a Krusty Kinda Christmas! TV special. (Season 7 episode Marge Be Not Proud)
    • Lollapalollipops
        • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Mango Munchers
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Mantell Mix
        • Sweet treat that Wrecker and Omega have been getting on Ord Mantell after completing their jobs for Cid - and putting on the gang's tab. (Season 1 episode Battle Scars)
        • Omega eats Mantell Mix. (Season 1 episode Common Ground)
    • Marshmallow Prune Gooey New record added 9/23/2021
        • Snack food that Marv mentions - and what killed him. (Season 7 episode Attack of the Mac Snacks)
    • Meat Treats
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Mega Moist Cake Mix
        • Cake product sold at Shopwell's, singing during the opening song, visible during the bath salts attack.
    • Mini Muffins
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Mockolate
        • A completely synthetic chocolate substitute, pending FDA approval. Monica's new job involves coming up with Thanksgiving themed recipes featuring Mockolate. (Season 2 episode The One With the List)
    • Molly Fisher Fruit Roll-Ups
        • Candy Hurley eats before being visited by Walt. (Season 4 episode There's No Place Like Home)
    • New Shimmer (dessert Topping)
        • Gilda Radner and Dan Aykroyd play a couple having an argument over whether New Shimmer is a floor wax or a dessert topping.
    • Nibble-O's
        • Packaged bakery product manufactured by Tessman Foods.
    • Nougatto
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Nutto
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Nutty Cups
        • Candy product like Reese's Peanut Butter Cups created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Omnicose
        • Sweetener packet brand the guy in the diner with the mushroom cloud in the background is using. (Season 4 episode Terrible Henchman)
    • Osol Twist
        • Kira tells Cretak she never thought she'd see a Romulan eating a jumja stick. She also mentions them being too sweet, prompting Cretak to recommend an osol twist, which is tart. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
    • Oven-fresh Donuts
        • Donuts that Apu ordered to sell at Kwik-E-Mart that may have brought the invasive Bolivian Tree Lizard with them. "Producto de Bolivia" (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • Perigelli's Chocolates
        • Brand of chocolates that Antonio buys for Roy when he joins him for dinner on Christmas Eve (Season 4 episode The Customer's Usually Right)
    • Pizza Pieces
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Pop Rox
        • Candy product, parody of Pop Rocks. Homer escapes from the Candy Industry Trade Show by making a bomb out of Buzz Cola and Pop Rox. (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
    • Pow!
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Prawgus Cake
        • Bortus and Klyden argue over who ate the last of the nock'tah sauce on their prawgus cake, while they try to quit smoking the cigarettes found in the 2015 time capsule. (Season 2 episode Lasting Impressions)
    • Prune Poppers
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Pudding In A Shoe
        • Snack food product on Melmac (Season 3 episode Alone Again, Naturally)
    • Quing Long Ju Prune Candy
        • Candy product / sponsor. Ricky Bobby: "I'm Ricky Bobby and I've searched all over the world for realistic tasting prune candy and now I've finally found it. Quing Long Ju: The Cadillacs of prune candy.” (DVD Bonus Features)
    • Rainbow Randolph Super Sucker
        • One of many Rainbow Randolph licensed products in the Death to Smoochy world that appears on the official Death to Smoochy website.
    • Razzie Tazzies
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Rigelian Chocolate
        • Odo and Miles attend a conference, where Odo buys Kira a knickknack and Rigelian chocolates. Miles forgets to buy Keiko anything, and offers to buy the Rigelian chocolates from Odo. (Season 7 episode Chimera)
    • Rocket Pie
        • Sweet treat sold at the Four Deuces gas station/convenience store in Wild Horse, Colorado. (Season 1 episode The Launch)
    • Rough and Puffies
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Salt Water Taffy
        • Determined to live life to the fullest, Abe goes to the Springfield Grocery Store, passing generic products such as Banana Mush and Strained Peas, and opening and eating Salt Water Taffy. (Season 17 episode Million-Dollar Abie)
    • Scroochies
        • Packaged bakery product manufactured by Tessman Foods.
    • Scum Drops
        • Fake candy Homer mentions when Marge talks about candy for Valentine's Day - scum drops instead of gum drops. (Season 9 episode The Principal and the Pauper)
    • Sorta Silly Sugar Ropes
        • Candy product sold at Shopwell's, visible when Frank reveals the truth about the Great Beyond to the whole store on the video camera, visible during the battle with the gods.
    • Sparkle Sticks
        • Onward version of Pixie Sticks candy sold at the Swamp Gas Grab-n-Go convenience store.

    • Spotso
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Strawberrito
        • Product Apu suggests when Homer comes into Kwik-E-Mart looking for "something in an after dinner burrito". "Real fruit filling" & "Artificially flavored" (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Strawberry Trifles
        • Packaged bakery product manufactured by Tessman Foods.
    • Sugar, Free Donuts
        • Snack product on the shelf at Kwik-E-Mart, which Marge first mistakes for sugar free donuts - but it's sugar with free donuts. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Sugared Milk Chuds
        • Snack product filled with sugar that Kent Brockman laments won't be available following the passing of Marge's Law, banning sugar from Springfield. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Sweet Tooth
        • Candy that Bart and Milhouse chew in their all-syrup super squishie induced Broadway adventure. (Season 5 episode Boy Scouts N the Hood)
    • Sweeties
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Sweetums Toffee Sticks
        • Some lardos in Muncie ate tainted Sweetums toffee sticks and diarrhea'd so much, they ended up in the hospital. (Season 6 episode Fluoride)
    • Tastee!
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Tasty Cigars
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Topsy Turvies
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Virtual Fudge
        • When the manager of the Native American casino Caesar's Pow-Wow shows Bart a vision of his future, Homer and Marge are seen eating virtual fudge. (Season 11 episode Bart to the Future)
    • Wade’s Wintergreen
        • Gum advertised on the back of Amateur Parachuting, magazine that Bull reads. "The gum that refreshes" (Season 2 episode Battling Bailiff)
        • Snack that Adam's wife orders him to go into the Pump-N-Go gas station convenience store to get for the kids.
    • Wingo Dingos
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Womilyn Cake
        • Rygel's sweet cake that John uses to bribe Jool. (Season 3 episode Thanks for Sharing)
    • Yummy
        • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Yummy Crunchers
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)

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