Update, February 22, 2021: Hello! Welcome to 2021, the year where we have more chicken sandwiches than we know what to do with and Skittles now come in gummy form! The highly anticipated new candy is finally on its way and we couldn’t be more excited.
Skittle Gummies, gummies which, yes, are inspired by your current fave chewy candies, are now available in the Original and Wild Berry varieties. You can find them exclusively at Walmart locations nationwide right now but they’ll also be available at additional retailers in May. You can expect to pay around $1.99-$2.69 for a 5.8-ounce bag or get the 12-ounce Sharing Size for $2.99-$3.69…but we’re not sharing!
Original, November 12, 2020: Forget everything you knew about Skittles, because there’s a new variety that is totally different form the original. The typical Skittles are made up a fruity, chewy candy that is covered in a hard shell. Although they’re chewy, they’re not quite as chewy as the new Skittles Gummies!
Keep an eye on the candy aisle next year, because Skittles Gummies will be coming out. There will be two packs, each with five different flavors. The Original is made up of Strawberry, Green Apple, Lemon, Orange, and Grape, just like the candy’s classic flavors you know and love. For even more fruity flavors, there’s a Wild Berry pack with Berry Punch, Strawberry, Melon Berry, Wild Cherry, and Raspberry candies. Consider these to be the Skittles pack you’re familiar with, but in gummy form.
“This is Skittles’ first-ever gummy variety in the U.S. and is the brand’s most innovative product to-date,” reads press materials. “The bite-sized gummy candies will feature a bursting like texture and flavor experience that is sure to wow fans’ taste buds.”
You’ll be able to get your hands on the Skittles Gummies Original and Wild Berry at retailers nationwide in spring 2021, a PR rep confirmed to Best Products. Don’t let the timeframe deter your excitement — they’ll be in candy aisles before you know it!
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