Candy From the 70s
The Seventies may have been many things, but boring wasn’t one of them. Beyond disco music, sci-fi movies, pocket calculators, and bell-bottoms, CandyWarehouse.com recalls all the classic candies children enjoyed eating during this exciting era. You can relive all the memories, too, by exploring our 1970s candy collection. Here, we’ve packed all your favorite treats and sweets in one convenient location. Our goal is to supply the best candy from all the name brands you loved and enjoyed as a kid, including candy by Gobstopper®, ZotZ®, Smarties®, Bottle Caps®, Laffy Taffy®, POP ROCKS®, and many more. Browse our selection of candy from the 1970s today to stock up on all those hard-to-find favorites for any special occasion or anytime snacking.
Throwing a flashback party? Nothing’s more retro than authentic candy from the 1970s. Packaged in brightly colored boxes, every brand of 1970s candy we offer can help you get a head-start on party planning or decorating your dessert table. We carry a stunning variety of rock candy swizzle sticks in fun and flashy flavors: cherry, grape, cotton candy, blue raspberry, watermelon, green apple, banana, orange, strawberry, and so much more. Your guests will also love lollipops, jelly beans, gumballs, sugary necklaces, or other candy jewelry.
If hard candy isn’t your go-to guilty pleasure, you may strike gold with our candy rope selection from the masterminds at Willy Wonka Candy Company. We offer 24- or 48-piece tubes to last you through the holidays or you can stock up on a whole host of miniature candies by choosing a case instead. Looking for other chewy bites to keep you satisfied between meals? Fans of the tart or tangy will drool over your collection of Frooties® by Tootsie Roll.
Our assortment of snack-sized candy includes peppermint patties, candy powder packets, fun-size candy bars, and other sweets you’ll want to sink your teeth into. Make your next birthday party, holiday, or celebration easy with nostalgic candy gift sets for all your friends and family. If you have any questions about our 1970s candy collection, please feel free to contact a member of our customer service team for additional information.