Big Babool and boomer
Before orbit became an obsession, we loved chewing on babool and boomer and bursting it on out on a friends or siblings face and annoy them to the core. Gross, but fun!
There are many food items that you won’t be able to buy again in India –
Nestle Milo – Nestle discontinued this product in India as Boost had more sales than Milo.
Big Babol – I remember buying this everyday when I was in 7th standard. I was addicted to it and I love to it.
Center shock – Another tasty chewing gum.
Pespi Blue - ‘Pepsi blue’ was another one of the things discontinued, as it was found out that it included the ingredient of Blue 1. This was a dye, and it was actually banned in many countries. Another reason for its banning was that it resembled to Kerosene way too much, and it was feared that people might mix those things up. A case like this actually happened with a boy, thus it was discontinued for the safety of the people.
Hippo chips - These chips named ‘Hippo’ were another thing I used to eat a lot during my childhood, but there is no potential accusation found against it, or a reason as to why they stopped producing it. It still vanished from the stores and was gradually no more available, but we can say that the competitiveness led them to stop producing this one.
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