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  • Food
    • #37 Muenster Madness
        • Cheese product in the cheese log issue of the a food catalog (Season 2 episode Tequila)
    • Afgoon's Baba Ganoush
        • Snack product sold at Shopwell's, singing during the opening song, visible on Lavash's Halal aisle.
    • Angry Norwegian Anchovies
        • Fry pays millions of dollars for a can (Season 1 episode A Fishfull of Dollars, Season 7 episode The Mutants are Revolting)
    • Anne's Complete Pancake And Waffle Mix
        • Food product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Apple-Flats
        • Packaged bakery product manufactured by Tessman Foods.
    • Astronaut Bread
        • When Marge is in the hospital recovering from her ski trip accident, Homer does the grocery shopping, returning with Maple Soda, a toy plastic phone filled with candy, Astronaut Bread that comes in a tube and Aerosmith's Sweet Emotions breakfast cereal. (Season 11 episode Little Big Mom)
    • Atomic Bar
        • When Dexter leaves Doakes locked up in the cabin, he leaves him a case of water bottles and a 12-pack of energy bars. (Season 2 episode There's Something About Harry)
    • Aunt Fay's Frozen Falafels
        • Food business Fay proposes to Lowell when he inherits some money (Season 6 episode The Waxman Cometh)
    • Backtack
        • Bart and Nelson discuss the food that they don't have as they float down the river on a raft, including corn pone, fatback, hardtack, fat pone, corntack, tackback and backtack, from the Singing Hobo's Tom and Huck story. (Season 12 episode Simpson Tall Tales)
    • Bag & Boil Frozen Dinners
        • Frozen food George Sr. orders when he's living in the attic of the model home after escaping from prison, delivered by Steve holt (Season 2)
    • Baking Soda
        • Generic cooking product. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer) The only thing in the Simpsons refrigerator when Homer goes looking for beer. (Season 7 episode Much App About Nothing)
    • Bancroft English Muffins
        • Selma cuts out a coupons the night she hangs out with Homer and Marge while Patty goes out with Principal Skinner. (Season 2 episode Principal Charming)
    • Bart Simpson Butter
        • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bart Simpson Cheese
        • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bawamba Bar
        • Food product in the stupid future. "When God is hungry he reaches for a Bawamba bar"
        • Bawamba Bar: The Hunger Rapist
        • Threateningly Delicious!
        • We'll tear your hunger a new one!
    • Bay State Fish Sticks
        • Company that buys the Li'l Lisa Recycling Plant from Mr. Burns. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
    • Beans
        • Generic food product seen in the Withstandinator, the bomb shelter for sale at the Military Antiques store. (Season 9 episode Treehouse of Horror VIII - segment The HΩmega Man) Can Homer eats, looking like a hobo, which Marge mistakes for a hobo costume. It isn't. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment The Terror of Tiny Toon) Generic cans of beans that Homer cooks on his barbecue grill - still sealed in the can. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin') Generic canned food in the Simpsons cupboard. (Season 12 episode A Tale of Two Springfields) Can in Sideshow Bob's storage unit apartment. (Season 12 episode Day of the Jackanapes) Generic food product Agnes Skinner buys at CostMo Foods grocery store. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • Beer Roll Ups
        • Marge puts away the groceries - Fruit roll ups for Bart, Beer roll ups for Home, Chili and Burly paper towels: "Putting away groceries is like opening presents from yourself." (Season 13 episode The Blunder Years)
    • Beetabaga Brittle
        • One of the mouth-watering morsels that Cliff creates with the new hybrid beet/rutabaga vegetable that he creates.
    • Beetabaga Burrito
        • One of the mouth-watering morsels that Cliff creates with the new hybrid beet/rutabaga vegetable that he creates.
    • Beetabaga Fajita On A Pita
        • One of the mouth-watering morsels that Cliff creates with the new hybrid beet/rutabaga vegetable that he creates (for that little taste of Cairo)
    • Black And White TV Dinners
        • TV dinners for people that don't own a color TV (Steve Martin's All Commercials TV special)
    • Bobby Bar
        • New Sweetums product Bobby Newport, heir to the Sweetums candy fortune, gives away during his campaign. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
    • Brand B Flour
        • When Wilma and Betty enter the Tasty Pastry Contest, but the measles keep them going to the bake-off. Fred and Barney use Brand B Flour to make the cake while impersonating Betty and Wilma.
    • Brave Maeve PRIDE Bar
        • Vought protein bar. "This is who I am. Who are you?","Because you can't be proud on an empty stomach." (Season 2 episode The Bloody Doors Off)
    • Breakfast
        • Edible. TSA Approved. Kosher Available. From mock infomercial for album 2.0.
    • Brenner's All Natural Yogurt - Blueberry
        • Food product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Brenner's All Natural Yogurt - Strawberry
        • Food product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Brenner's Nonfat Yogurt - Plain
        • Food product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Brenner's Nonfat Yogurt - Strawberry
        • Food product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Budget Club Mushroom Soup
        • Soup that Marge buys to save money. (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
        • Bart and Lisa land their runaway RV on the Turkish freighter Star of Ankara, transporting Season One Northern Exposure DVDs to Kahramanmaras. Marge convinces the captain to turn around by offering him a trunkload of Budget club mushroom soup. (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
    • Canned Food
        • Generic food product seen in the Withstandinator, the bomb shelter for sale at the Military Antiques store. (Season 9 episode Treehouse of Horror VIII - segment The HΩmega Man)
    • Canned Tarantulas
        • Joke Bob makes trying to read Emily’s shopping list. Actually canned tomatoes. (Season 4 episode Change Is Gonna Do Me Good)
    • Capt'n Salty Sourdough Pretzel Nuggets
        • Food product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Caramel Corn
        • Generic popcorn product sold at Shopwell's that sings during the opening song, visible during the bath salts attack.
    • Casa Blanca Red-hot Been And Beef Burrito
        • Food product sold at the Fun Stop convenience store, eaten by the hostages.
    • Cat On A Hot Tin Roof
        • TV dinner on Melmac, from Melmac the Magnificent sketch on The Tonight Show (Season 3 episode Tonight, Tonight)
    • Cauliflower Pasta
        • Pasta product that, despite the pandemic, Bartenson's Grocery Store still has available in abundance. (SNL at Home 4/25/20 - Bartenson's Grocery Store)
    • Chedd White & Blue
        • Cheddar cheese product sold at Shopwell's, visible in the MILF's shopping cart, and then the MILF's kitchen.
    • Cheddar Goblin
        • Mandy version of Kraft Macaroni and Cheese, by a company called Duvane. Red watched a commercial for the product on TV.
    • Cheese
        • When Charlie runs out of money, he's forced to buy generic products in bulk, including Toilet Paper, Cheese, Vodka and Orange Drink Mix - which he uses to make a screwdriver for Evelyn. (Season 1 episode I Can't Afford Hyenas)
    • Cheesus H. Rice
        • Cheesy rice product that Homer and Bart pick up at the grocery store when Homer decides to gain 60 lbs in order to qualify as disabled. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • Chef Lonely Heart's Soup For One
        • Can of chicken noodle soup that Mrs. Krabappel buys at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 3 episode Bart the Lover)
    • Chili (canned food)
        • Generic canned food in the Simpsons cupboard. (Season 12 episode A Tale of Two Springfields) Generic food product Agnes Skinner buys at CostMo Foods grocery store. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari) Marge puts away the groceries - Fruit roll ups for Bart, Beer roll ups for Home, Chili and Burly paper towels: "Putting away groceries is like opening presents from yourself." (Season 13 episode The Blunder Years)
    • Cinnamon Fruit Toasties
        • Breakfast pastry product that Ross mentions to his new girlfriend Cheryl, in an attempt to leave her very dirty apartment and go back to his place. (Season 4 episode The One With the Dirty Girl)
    • Coconut Milk
        • Generic baking product sold at Shopwell's, visible in the MILF's shopping cart, visible when Frank reveals the truth about the Great Beyond to the whole store on the video camera.
    • Condensed Homeland Noodles with Uncle Sam Balls
        • After a photograph of Bart mooning the American flag goes viral, America turns on the Simpsons, and then Springfield, Apu transforms Kwik-E-Mart into an explosion of red, white and blue, going so far as renaming canned food products. (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
    • Cool Cat Creamy Peanut Butter
        • Peanut butter brand in the Lodge family's household.
    • Corntack
        • Bart and Nelson discuss the food that they don't have as they float down the river on a raft, including corn pone, fatback, hardtack, fat pone, corntack, tackback and backtack, from the Singing Hobo's Tom and Huck story. (Season 12 episode Simpson Tall Tales)
    • Cottage Cheese
        • When Bart gets dangerously overweight, Marge feeds him a heart healthy snack - generic cottage cheese. (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Cream of Toast
        • Food becomes hard to come by after the bag boys strike - Homes digs through the cabinets, finding some interesting old stuff. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • Curry Paste
        • Curry 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 bath salts attack.
    • Dharma Initiative Apple Sauce
        • Dharma branded food product. (episodes One of Them, Dave)
    • Dharma Initiative Chili
        • Dharma branded food product. (episode Mysteries of the Universe)
    • Dharma Initiative Flour
        • Dharma branded food product. (episode Everybody Hates Hugo)
    • Dharma Initiative Granola Bar
        • Dharma branded food product. (episode The New Man in Charge)
    • Dharma Initiative Kidney Beans
        • Dharma branded food product. (episodes One of Them, Dave)
    • Dharma Initiative Legumes
        • Dharma branded food product. (episode Adrift)
    • Dharma Initiative Macaroni And Cheese Supper
        • Dharma branded food product. (episode Flashes Before Your Eyes)
    • Dharma Initiative Nutribar
        • Dharma branded food product. (episode Live Together, Die Alone)
    • Dharma Initiative Oat Bars
        • Dharma branded food product. (episode Tricia Tanaka Is Dead)
    • Dharma Initiative Pasta
        • Dharma branded food product. (episode Adrift)
    • Dharma Initiative Peanut Butter
        • Dharma branded food product. (episodes Everybody Hates Hugo, Namaste)
    • Dharma Initiative Peanuts
        • Dharma branded food product. (episodes Everybody Hates Hugo, There's No Place Like Home, Part 2)
    • Dharma Initiative Pinto Beans
        • Dharma branded food product. (episode Tricia Tanaka Is Dead)
    • Dharma Initiative Powdered Eggs
        • Dharma branded food product. (episode Catch-22)
    • Dharma Initiative Preserves
        • Dharma branded food product. (episode Everybody Hates Hugo)
    • Dharma Initiative Rice
        • Dharma branded food product. (episode Follow the Leader)
    • Dharma Initiative Risotto
        • Dharma branded food product. (episode Dave)
    • Dharma Initiative Sugar
        • Dharma branded food product. (episode Everybody Hates Hugo)
    • Dharma Initiative Tomato Sauce
        • Dharma branded food product. (episode Enter 77)
    • Disco Dairy
        • Tom experiments with some new entrepreneurial ideas by putting glitter in butter. Spread the party. (Season 5 episode Ms. Knope Goes to Washington)
    • Emery's Nuts
        • Brand of nuts that Frasier considers endorses, but ultimately decides not to - so they hire Dr. Joyce Brothers instead (Season 1 episode Selling Out)
    • Esther's Yogurt
        • Yogurt cup, item that the gang at the precinct uses trying to win the "Guess that Sound" game on radio program The Jamhouse With JC and the Horndog. (Season 6 episode The Tattler)
    • Eugenio's Four Cheese Frozen Pizza
        • Reviewed by Leonard online (episode Foosball and Nocturnal Vigilantism)
    • Eugenio's Supreme Frozen Pizza
        • Reviewed by Leonard online (episode Foosball and Nocturnal Vigilantism)
    • Falafel Helper New record added 9/29/2021
        • Food and beverage products in Saddam Hussein’s refrigerator include: Real Mayonnaise, Olde Iraqi Beer, Falafel Helper, 2% Camel Milk, Aunt Jamal syrup, and a Hungry-Nomad Yankee Dog Roast packaged meal.
    • Farmer Homer's Sweet Sweet Sugar
        • When Homer and Bart come upon a jackknifed sugar truck, Homer steals 500 pounds and decides to sell it. (Season 6 episode Lisa's Rival)
    • Fat Italian Pony Tail Pasta Sauce
        • Rebranded product, originally known as Mario Batalli Pasta Sauce, that, despite the pandemic, Bartenson's Grocery Store still has available in abundance. (SNL at Home 4/25/20 - Bartenson's Grocery Store)
    • Fish Whiz
        • Snack food product ALF mentions, apparently similar to Cheez Whiz, but made with fish instead of cheese (Season 3 Don't be Afraid of the Dark)
    • Flaturin
        • Food product in the stupid future. "Hand-To-Mouth Goodness"
    • Flimflam
        • Alien at Interdimensional Customs: it’s like, I’m trying to eat a flimflam, like, that’s what we eat on Girvonesk. (Pilot episode)
    • Floofers
        • Food Captain Mercer mentions to Pria. Mercer: "We still have some, uh, orange flooflers. I don't know what they are, but…" Pria: "I'm vegetarian." (Season 1 episode Pria)
    • Flour
        • A depressed Homer eats out of a generic bag of flour at home because he doesn't deserve sugar. (Season 2 episode Wizard of Evergreen Terrace) Generic flour product in the candy store where Bart and Milhouse go wild. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Food Cube
        • Compact cubes made from various animal, vegetable, and mineral substances (Season 1 episode Premiere)
    • Frankfuhrer Sauerkraut
        • Sauerkraut product sold at Shopwell's, singing during the opening song, visible when Frank reveals the truth about the Great Beyond to the whole store on the video camera, visible during the food orgy.
    • Frogurt
        • Frozen yogurt sold at the House of Evil store. It's cursed. (Season 4 episode Treehouse of Horror III - segment: Clown Without Pity)
    • Frozen Hawaiian Pizza
        • Frozen pizza product that, despite the pandemic, Bartenson's Grocery Store still has available in abundance. (SNL at Home 4/25/20 - Bartenson's Grocery Store)
    • Fruit On The Bottom Yogurt
        • Niles: Marjorie Nash, the "Fruit On The Bottom" yogurt heiress. I bumped into her at the Frye museum. Before I knew it, your advice was thundering in my ears. I found myself asking her out. We'll be attending our club's annual winter dance, the "Snow Ball!" (Season 3 episode Moon Dance)
    • Fruit Roll Ups
        • Marge puts away the groceries - Fruit roll ups for Bart, Beer roll ups for Home, Chili and Burly paper towels: "Putting away groceries is like opening presents from yourself." (Season 13 episode The Blunder Years)
    • Fruity Oaty Bars
        • Advertisement seen on the screen in the Maidenhead, one of the carriers for the subliminal Alliance signal intended to seek out River Tam after her escapes.
    • Full Staff Mini-Furters
        • Snack food being sold in the background when Hephaestus eats diapers in a grocery store during Randotron's designated Random Time. (Season 4 episode One Crew over the Crewcoo's Morty)
    • Fulminated Mercury Tuna New record added 10/14/2021
        • Howard drinks part of Emily’s science experiment, mistaking it for a brand of tuna. (Season 6 episode Group on a Hot Tin Roof)
    • Garlic Pickles
        • Generic pickle jar in Mr. Burns' lunch bag that nobody at the nuclear power plant can open for him. (Season 10 episode D'oh-In' in the Wind)
    • Gluten-free Gluten
        • Derek tells Accessory not to spill Hansel's jar of Gluten-free Gluten when they leave him at home alone in the "Mo Monkey, Mo Problems" cartoon.
    • Gookie-gookie
        • Food product Michael mentions during his racist rant to Kelly. Michael: "Welcome to my convenience store. Would you like some gookie-gookie? I have some very delicious gookie-gookie, only 99 cents plus tax. Try my gookie-gookie! Try my gookie-gookie! Try my gookie-gookie!" (Season 1 Episode Diversity Day)
    • Grade "D" Frozen Pizzas
        • When Bart and Milhouse sneak into the steam tunnels , they get a glimpse of Willy unloading frozen pizzas on the cafeteria loading dock. (Season 17 episode We're on the Road to D'ohwhere)
    • Granola Bar
        • Generic granola bar in the hospital vending machine when Sawyer's Apollo bar gets stuck. (Season 6 episode The End)
    • Groatcakes
        • Syrup of squill, often served on groatcakes, has been unavailable for over a year due to the drought on Balancar, which Quark proves was a scam to increase the value. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
    • Gumnuts
        • Food product sold at the Fun Stop convenience store, eaten by the hostages.
    • Hamburger Help
        • The shelves at the grocery store are stocked with name brand foods that have parts of their names blocked out, creating new products. Actually Hamburger Helper. (Season 4 episode 6 The Relapse)
    • Happy Egg
        • Brand of eggs in Angela's house that she throws down on the ground in anger, and then later finds one untouched egg, still in perfect condition, that she suspects may contain Dr. Manhattan's powers. (Season 1 episode See How They Fly)
    • Hays 100% Natural Apple Cider Vinegar
        • Food product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Homestar Stew
        • Product that Phoebe's ex-partner wrote a jingle for. (Season 3 episode The One With Phoebe's Ex-Partner)
    • Howard Foods Caviar
        • Food product made by Howard Foods. (Season 1 episode The Dusty Spur)
    • Howard Foods Howard-Os
        • GLOW sponsor, Howard Foods version of Spaghettios. Now with new caliente flavor. (Season 2 episode The Good Twin)
    • Hungry-Nomad Yankee Dog Roast New record added 9/29/2021
        • Food and beverage products in Saddam Hussein’s refrigerator include: Real Mayonnaise, Olde Iraqi Beer, Falafel Helper, 2% Camel Milk, Aunt Jamal syrup, and a Hungry-Nomad Yankee Dog Roast packaged meal.
    • Hurricane Chow
        • Product high in demand at Kwik-E-Mart when Hurricane Barbara is coming. Formerly Cat Chow. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)
    • Hynerian Marjols
        • Treat the aliens give Rygel during the Crichton's test/simulation. (Season 1 episode A Human Reaction)
    • Instant Breakfast
        • 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?)
    • InstaYeast New record added 10/17/2021
        • Product in Joe and Love’s bakery basement cage. (Season)
    • Jamaican Jerk Lasagna
        • Menu item served at the Pastafari restaurant. (Season 2 episode 6 Hours Till Hedonism II)
    • Jelly Jump-up
        • Quick breakfast food product that Emily offers Bob since he doesn't have much time to eat before work. (Season 1 episode I Want to be Alone)
        • The food provided for the Cardassian comfort women in Kira's orb time travel experience includes fresh moba, katterpod beans, hasperat, veklava and a pot of deka tea. (Season 6 episode Wrongs Darker than Death or Light)
        • Bajor plans to tap the core of its fifth moon Jeraddo in order to provide energy, a process that will render the moon uninhabitable. Kira is sent down to investigate the stubborn residents - katterpod bean farmers - that refuse to relocate. (Season 1 episode Progress)
    • Knickerson's Lemon Biscuits
        • Biscuits Daphne finds at the gourmet shop. Daphne: "Look here, Nickerson's Lemon Biscuits. God, these bring back memories. I just love them. Do you carry the Raspberry ones as well?" (Season 5 episode The Perfect Guy)
    • Krusty Brand Imitation Gruel
        • Food served to the children at Kamp Krusty. "9 out of 10 orphans can't tell the difference." (Season 4 episode Kamp Krusty)
    • Krusty Brand Slender Vittles
        • Low-cal microwavable TV dinners that Marge leaves for Homer and the kids when she goes out for the evening to audition for a play. (Season 4 episode A Streetcar Named Marge)
    • Krusty Burger Inc. Coleslaw
        • Nelson and his buddies fling expired coleslaw at Principal Skinner's house. (Season 8 episode Lisa's Date with Density)
    • Krusty-olio
        • Canned noodle product, parody of Chef Boyardee that Mrs. Krabappel eats in her apartment. (Season 3 episode Bart the Lover)
    • Lady Crustnots Finger Sandwiches
        • Marge buys snacks for the new tennis court at the Springfield Grocery Store. (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
    • Larish Pie
        • The leader of the Navot, one of the Bajoran factions involved in a land dispute, observes that the Cardassian replicators make a fine larish pie. (Season 1 episode The Storyteller)
    • Liquid Smoke
        • Generic brand of liquid smoke that Homer uses to make his patented, space-age, out of this world Moon Waffles. (Season 4 Homer the Heretic)
        • Beans that Sisko mentions to Jake that he ate at Quark's while the Wadi people gambled and played games. (Season 1 episode Move Along Home)
        • After saving the Ferengi economy from Brunt with Quark's help, Grand Nagus Zek mentions how he did it, including dumping their lokar bean investments and insisting they buy up every bit of jevonite they could get their hands on. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
    • Lord Vivian's Vinegar-drenched Cuttlefish Crisps
        • Food Janet brings for Tahani for the trip on the gold balloon to the Good Place (Season 2 episode Best Self)
    • Mama Celeste Frozen Pizzas
        • When Marge fantasizes about the Burley paper towel lumberjack, Homer fantasizes about Mama Celeste: "You touch me and I cut you." (Season 13 episode The Blunder Years)
    • Mama Quinta's Pizza
        • Frozen pizza product that Homer and Bart pick up at the grocery store when Homer decides to gain 60 lbs in order to qualify as disabled. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • Mama Sally's Homemade Pesto
        • Ryan's grandmother's pesto sauce that he bottles and sells at the garage sale. (Season 7 episode Garage Sale)
    • Mapa Bread
        • When Worf's bachelor party ends prematurely, Miles and Julian head to Quarks to eat after fasting for several days. Their order: One steak with mushrooms. Baked potato, sour cream and chives. One double Altair sandwich, no mustard. Two bowls of linguini. Bajoran shrimp with extra cheese. One loaf of mapa bread. And freshly squeezed Kava juice. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
    • Martian Grubworm TV Dinner
        • Food product sold at the Lucky People Supermarket.
    • McBeetabaga Burger
        • One of the mouth-watering morsels that Cliff creates with the new hybrid beet/rutabaga vegetable that he creates - and tries to sell to McDonalds.
    • Microwave Popcorn
        • Snack product sold at Shopwell's, visible in the MILF's shopping cart, visible in the shopping cart with Brenda.
    • Minute Rice
        • 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?)
    • MM-MM
        • Spice product that Marge uses when cooking pork chops for the Simpson family. (Season 2 episode Itchy & Scratchy & Marge)
    • Mmeltdowns
        • Chapter 12: 'A Stronger Loving World' . Page 31, panel 6: The graffiti has been painted over. Across the street at Woolworth's, a 'Sunbursts' sign has replaced 'Mmeltdowns' (a more peaceful image). Notice the clock.
    • Mom's Kitchen Tomato Sauce
        • Product no longer available on the Bartenson's Grocery Store website, and if you request it, you will get salsa instead. (SNL at Home 4/25/20 - Bartenson's Grocery Store)
    • Mr. Cheese
        • Food product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press. Spray cheese in a can.
    • Mrs. Bean's Famous Nutmeg Ginger Apple Snaps
        • Dish sitting on the counter when Ash and Kristofferson break into the Bean house looking for Mr. Fox's tail. The recipe published on the Fox Searchlight website for the film was provided by chef Mario Batali who voices Rabbit.
    • Ms. Butterworth's Syrup
        • New version of Mrs. Butterworth's Syrup featuring a product resembling a much younger woman, talking on a cell phone and carrying a briefcase, which Lisa retrieves from the refrigerator to put on Marge's pancakes. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Much Ado About Stuffing
        • Stuffing product that Homer and Bart pick up at the grocery store when Homer decides to gain 60 lbs in order to qualify as disabled. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • The Nell Carter Ball
        • Cheese product in the cheese log issue of the a food catalog (Season 2 episode Tequila)
    • Nice Spice
        • Spice product that Marge uses when cooking pork chops for the Simpson family. (Season 2 episode Itchy & Scratchy & Marge)
    • Num Num Noodle House Noodles Cup
        • Noodle product sold at Shopwell's, visible on the international aisle when Frank is reunited with Brenda.
    • Oat Milk Pizza
        • Frozen pizza product that, despite the pandemic, Bartenson's Grocery Store still has available in abundance. (SNL at Home 4/25/20 - Bartenson's Grocery Store)
    • Old Fashioned Nuts
        • Snack product sold at Shopwell's, visible when Frank reveals the truth about the Great Beyond to the whole store on the video camera.
    • Old Seabrook Clam Chowder
        • Brand of clam chowder mentioned from Season 3 episode The Taming of the Shrew.
    • Old York Whole Berry Cranberry Sauce
        • Food product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Oven Roasted Cud
        • Food product sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. "It's packed in its own drool" (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Ovenfresh Flour
        • 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)
    • Plankton
        • Homer tastes a generic Plankton product at the 33˘ store. According to the Mexican Council of Food, it expired two years ago… and it can cause Red Tide poisoning. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Portion Time: Vegetarian with Apple Sauce
        • Vacuum packed lunch product that Lisa bought at the gas station. "It's the kind John Glenn eats when he's not in space." (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Powersauce Bar
        • Energy bar with advertising featuring McBain actor Rainier Wolfcastle. "Unleash the power of apples"(Season 9 episode King of the Hill)
    • Powersauce Bulk Pack
        • Product Homer buys at Rainier Wolfcastle's estate sale. (Season 14 episode The Strong Arms of the Ma)
    • Primordial Ooze
        • There's a fake drink and snack machine with several options at the Monsters Inc. "Mike and Sulley to the Rescue" attraction at Disney California Adventure. "Super Natural Flavors", "7 Super Unnatural Flavors"
    • Professor Copperfield's Miracle Legumes
        • Magic bean packet Jim tricks Dwight into taking in trade at the garage sale. (Season 7 episode Garage Sale)
    • Prospect Foods Creamed Mushroom
        • Prospect Properties provides Tom and Gemma with food drops - cardboard boxes full of Prospect Foods branded products.

    • Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food
        • 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. "Tastier than a human heart" Kent Brockman: The favorite from Zihuatanejo to Popocatepetl. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Romanofski Royale
        • When Mac inherits a lot of money from his grandfather, he buys very expensive caviar for Christine. (Season 5 episode Mac’s Millions)
    • Ruby Reds
        • Type of clam sold by Ruby's Clams, the kind that turns people into flesh craving undead (Season 2 episode Suspicious Objects)
    • Salty Peasant Ramen Noodles
        • Noodle product sold at Shopwell's, visible when Frank reveals the truth about the Great Beyond to the whole store on the video camera.
    • Sams Frosted Cinnamon Toaster Pastries
        • Pop Tart off brand that Butch prepares when he returns to his apartment, shortly before killing Vincent with his own gun.

    • San Beans Refried Beans
        • Beans product sold at Shopwell's, visible in the Mexican saloon, visible when Frank reveals the truth about the Great Beyond to the whole store on the video camera, visible during the bath salts attack.
    • Senor Chico's Hot Cha Cha
        • Ryan's grandmother's salsa that he bottles and sells at the garage sale. (Season 7 episode Garage Sale)
    • Shakloom Jerky
        • Farewell gift that the people of Acquara give Rygel (Season 1 episode Jeremiah Crichton)
    • Shannon Onion Soup
        • Product Julius Moomer mentions, which doesn't exist - the Shannon Foods rep claims that onion soup is French in origin, and Shannon Foods is an American company. (Episode The Bard)
    • Shopwell's Pepper Jelly
        • Store brand jelly product sold at Shopwell's, visible when Frank reveals the truth about the Great Beyond to the whole store on the video camera.
    • Shopwell's Stone Ground Tortilla Chips
        • Store brand potato chip product sold at Shopwell's, singing the opening song, visible when Frank reveals the truth about the Great Beyond to the whole store on the video camera.
    • Shopwell's Trail Mix
        • Snack product sold at Shopwell's, visible in the MILF's shopping cart, visible when Douche chases Brenda out from between the shelves, visible during the battle with the gods.
    • Simpson's Own Marinara Sauce
        • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Slim-O Bread
        • Ralph buys a bunch of products that are running contests so he can win something like Alice's sister and her husband. Ralph eventually wins two contests: his prizes are a dog from the Happy Hound dog food people and a trip to Europe from Slim-o Bread. "Slim-O Bread adds to the taste and takes away from the waist." (episode Boxtop kid)
    • Slimeball
        • Dessert item ALF brought with him on his spaceship. Flavors include wild cherry and slug. (Season 1 episode La Cucaracha)
    • Southern Soul Mr. Grits
        • Alcohol product sold at Shopwell's, visible on the liquor aisle, in Firewater's cave. "We the nonperishables, motherfucker."
    • Sugar
        • Bag of sugar product made by the Motherloving Sugar Corp. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge) Homer says he's been carrying around a sack of sugar to become a better father, but it turns out to be a real baby - cut to Cletus with a sack of sugar and no baby. (Season 14 episode Barting Over)
    • Sunbursts
        • Chapter 12: 'A Stronger Loving World' . Page 31, panel 6: The graffiti has been painted over. Across the street at Woolworth's, a 'Sunbursts' sign has replaced 'Mmeltdowns' (a more peaceful image). Notice the clock.
    • Super Bread
        • The Simpsons equivalent of Wonder Bread, served at Moe's Super Sunday brunch Spectacular, along with baloney. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
    • Swanson Angry Man Dinner
        • Sponsor of Dr. Foster's Juvenile Aggression Study that a young Ned Flanders participated in. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)
    • Sweet Chariot Sugar
        • Chapter 11: 'Look on my Works, Ye Mighty...' . Page 3, panel 3: That's 'Sweet Chariot' sugar Rorschach's eating.
    • Sweetums Corn Syrup
        • Gifts Leslie gives her visitors from their sister city in Venezuela. Leslie: "A bottle of high-fructose corn syrup, made right here in Pawnee's own Sweetums factory. Sweetums! If you can't beat 'em, Sweetums! Since 1891. And eight and a half dozen rubber baby bottle nipples, also made here in Pawnee. Kernston's Rubber Nipples, tastes like the real thing." (Season 2 episode Sister City)
    • Swirl-o Pudding
        • 18th Hole Super Pudding Give-A-Way at Captain Stu's Space-O-Rama. Sink a hole-in-one and win a lifetime supply of pudding!
    • Tackback
        • Bart and Nelson discuss the food that they don't have as they float down the river on a raft, including corn pone, fatback, hardtack, fat pone, corntack, tackback and backtack, from the Singing Hobo's Tom and Huck story. (Season 12 episode Simpson Tall Tales)
    • Tal Ever Kolbasz
        • Dish served at Hungarian restaurant Csaba. "The platter of a thousand sausages" (Season 2 episode Captain Peralta)
        • Jake: Hungarian sausage is an oily mess and it causes nonstop dumps. Boyle: The incontinence is a small price to pay for the deliciousness.
    • Tasty Toaster Tarts
        • Parody of Pop Tarts, from 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. "Tasty Toaster Tarts are the treats kids crave." (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Tater Time
        • French Fry vending machine business opportunity Antonio proposes to Lowell when he inherits some money (Season 6 episode The Waxman Cometh)
    • Tex Mex Chili Beans
        • Canned chili that Road Block has with him when flying to Dallas for a chili cook-off contest in Dallas. "Pale imitation of what real chili tastes like." (Issue #154 Flying the Unfriendly Skies)
    • Tomonari
        • Noodle packet, item that the gang at the precinct uses trying to win the "Guess that Sound" game on radio program The Jamhouse With JC and the Horndog. (Season 6 episode The Tattler)
    • Tomoo
        • Tofu made from beef and cheese. Product that, despite the pandemic, Bartenson's Grocery Store still has available in abundance. (SNL at Home 4/25/20 - Bartenson's Grocery Store)
    • Tubbb!
        • Food product that Homer and Bart pick up at the grocery store when Homer decides to gain 60 lbs in order to qualify as disabled. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer) Snack food Homer eats watching Saturday morning TV. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors) Boxes in the Kwik-E-Mart store room. (Season 7 episode Much App About Nothing)
        • Delicacy that Quark serves to the Nagus, which are chilled to perfection. (Season 1 episode The Nagus)
        • Grand Nagus Zek requests fresh tube grubs. (Season 2 episode Rules of Acquisition)
        • Sisko's father prepares tube grubs for Nog at his restaurant in New Orleans. (Season 4 episode Homefront)
        • Ishka asks Quark if he has any tube grubs. He does. "These are minced. I wanted fresh." (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
        • Mirror Universe Brunt offers Quark and Rom fried tube grubs. (Season 7 episode The Emperor's New Cloak)
    • Ubik Food Flavoring
        • Tired of lazy tastebuds? Has boiled cabbage taken over your world of food? That same old, stale, flat, Monday-morning odor no matter how many dimes you put into your stove? Ubik changes all that; Ubik wakes up food flavor, puts hearty taste back where it belongs, and restores fine food smell.
    • Ubik Toaster Pastry
        • Pop tasty Ubik into your toaster, made only from fresh fruit and healthful all-vegetable shortening. Ubik makes breakfast a feast, puts zing into your thing! Safe when handled as directed.
    • Vince's Frozen Pizza
        • Frozen pizza product in Eleanor's shopping cart in the grocery store shortly before she is killed (Season 1 episode Mindy St. Claire)
    • Waffle Mix
        • Generic brand of waffle mix that Homer uses to make his patented, space-age, out of this world Moon Waffles. (Season 4 Homer the Heretic)
    • Walter's White Flour
        • Baking product sold at Shopwell's, visible in the MILF's shopping cart, visible during the battle with the gods. Reference to Breaking Bad, perhaps?
    • Weightgain 4000
        • A body building supplement Cartman uses to bulk up, but he fails to note (or in his case refuses to note) that exercise must coincide with the consumption of the product in order to attain the desired results. Consequently, he suffers an exponential weight gain.
    • YO-Magic
        • Yogurt snack commercial. "The snack for survivors" (Season 1 episode All-new Halloween Spooktacular!)
    • Yum Good Ramen
        • Noodle packet. Walt gives his former partner Elliott Schwartz a Yum Good Ramen noodle packet for his birthday, which they lived on for 10 months straight when they were working on their thesis, sold at Ralstow's in the hardware aisle, 10 for $1.99. (Season 1 episode Gray Matter)
    • Zik-Zak Muffin
        • Soy muffin menu item available at Zik-Zak restaurants. "Are you tire about complaints about sagging buns or flat and naughty little muffins? Then this next product is just for you." (Season 2 episode Academy)
    • Zik-Zak's Burger Pak
        • Also known as Burger Pax. Menu item available at Zik Zak restaurants. Max also advertises on Network 23: "Have you ever wondered why Zik-Zak burgers come in plastic packs? Easy - some of the plastic rubs off on the burger and doubles the nutritional value." (Season 1 episode Body Banks)

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