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Trick-or-treat time warp: Savor sweet memories with retro candy you can still buy

Trick-or-treaters will be sure to scoop up plenty of Snickers and Hershey bars, some Sour Patch Kids, the inevitable gross-out sack of gummi body parts. But what about those candies we grew up with in the '60s, '70s, '80s and '90s that you just never see any more?From Pop Rocks, for that coveted feeling that a fireworks factory is exploding in your mouth, to candy buttons, where it's a toss-up as
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Trick-or-treaters will be sure to scoop up plenty of Snickers and Hershey bars, some Sour Patch Kids, the inevitable gross-out sack of gummi body parts. But what about those candies we grew up with in the '60s, '70s, '80s and '90s that you just never see any more?

From Pop Rocks, for that coveted feeling that a fireworks factory is exploding in your mouth, to candy buttons, where it's a toss-up as to whether you ingest more paper than sugar, here's our guide to our favorite old-school candies. Happy news: All of them are still available for purchase ... somewhere. Try online if you don't spot them in your regular candy haunts, or poke around in the dusty bottom shelves of your neighborhood convenience store.

From Pop Rocks to Nik-L-Nip wax bottles, here's a tasty trip down taste-bud memory lane.

Gael Fashingbauer Cooper is the co-author of "Whatever Happened to Pudding Pops?" and "The Totally Sweet '90s." Follow her on Google+.