SPOTTED: Smarties Squashies

Smarties Squashies

While doing my due diligence, I learned Squashies come from the U.K. and are foam gummies. I also learned TWO BILLION Smarties candy rolls are sold every year. (Spotted by Erin K at Hy-Vee.)

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7 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Smarties Squashies”

  1. in Canada Smarties are similar, but not quite as good as M&Ms. With the slogan “when you eat your smarties do you eat the red ones last?”

    1. Wait?…How are smarties similar to M&M’s aside from being small bite sized candy?

      1. Outside of the US, Smarties are actually chocolates in a candy shell, only larger. I learned that overseas while in the Navy

  2. Squashies in the Uk are version of some of our ‘sweet shop’ type sweets like Refreshers and Drumstick lollies. I admit i did not know there was an american candy called Smarties and i’ve visited a lot! I’ve tried the drumstick squashies and would rather have the original sweet. would be interested to see the ingredient label on these.

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