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Satellite Wafers - 0.85 oz container

Satellite Wafers - 0.85 oz container (18 ct)

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SKU: 36474

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Product Details

We called them Flying Saucers but others say they are Satellite Wafers. Either way they are colored wafers filled with tasty little candy balls of various colors. They are packed in a Saf-T-Fresh plastic tub which is resealable and recyclable. This 0.85 oz container holds roughly 18 pieces.
Orders placed by midnight usually ship on the next business day.

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Nutritional Information:

Sugar Pearls [Sugar, Water, Glazing Agents (Beeswax, Vegetable Coconut Oil), Colours: FD&C Yellow No 6, FD&C Blue No 2, Flavourings], Corn Starch, Colours: FD&C Yellow No 6, FD&C Red No 40, FD&C Blue No 2.

 

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Candy Memories

When I was a little girl, I fondly remember the small Ma and Pa Grocery store 2 doors down from my house who sold many different kinds of "penny" candies. My best friend and I would go into the store and just stare into the candy case and wonder how we would spend our nickel.
Then we spied them, they were very different than the other candies! We were very curious about these funny shaped saucers, so we both got our monies worth, when the lady handed us our candies, we found that they rattled! So we carefully (as carefully as any five year old could be...) peeled back the top and lo and behold, inside were these teeney-tiny multi colored candy beads!!! They were so cute! We carefully slide the beads in our mouths and then sucked each piece of wafer until they totally dissolved.
From that day forward, we continued to buy our special treats and never changed the way we ate them. Thanks for letting me remember those days fondly!! Regina from Florida
When I was little around 8 or 9 yrs old I went to the store called Reds Candy Shop. Those were the days, that's when candy was candy. I bought what I called flying saucers, big long pretzels gumballs that were a penny, choco sticks, the dots on paper, and chocolate ice cubes. I still eat those today-- and marshmallow ice cream cones, peanut nut caramels, lipstick candy... there was so much more i bought but now i can't remember-- oh yeah! root beer barrels and wax juice coke bottles and what i called bullseye caramels. Oh to be back in those days that was a good era! Kenneth from Illinois
I used to love these as a kid flipped them around took tiny bites out of them to get to the little balls inside sucked them up and then chewed up the outside the were the best we used to think the outside was wafer from church LOL Judy from New Jersey

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Posted by: Sandi

6/19/2014

very pleased

This candy was exactly as I remembered as a child. I was very excited to find it and will be ordering again soon. Please don't stop carrying it.

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Posted by: Katie

6/19/2014

an old favorite

This was one of my mom's favorite candies when she was growing up! My brother and I remembered them also! They were so excited when I presented them with this!

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Posted by: Marianne Ambrose

6/19/2014

Satellite Wafers

So much fun! The kids had never seen anything like them - and they were a big hit!

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