The 9 Discontinued Canned Foods
Before Snack Packs came in plastic cups, lunchbox pudding cups were served in cans in the 1970s.
1. Pudding in a Can
This was a limited-edition flavor that came out in 2019. And while Pumpkin Spice Spam sounds pretty horrifying, it apparently sold out in a matter of hours!
2. Pumpkin Spice Spam
In July, Bloomberg reported that Progresso has cut 40 types of soup from its offerings. And while the full list of discontinued flavors isn't available.
3. Progresso Soups
Chef Boyardee is still on store shelves, but the Smurfs version is a thing of the past.
4. Smurfs Chef Boyardee
Campbell's discontinued this soup years ago, but you can still find plenty of recipes for Philadelphia pepper pot soup on food blogs.
5. Campbell's Pepper Pot Soup
Canned mac and cheese may not sound appetizing to you. But in some circles, there's serious nostalgia for this canned delicacy.
6. Franco American Macaroni and Cheese
Trader Joe's has discontinued several of its chili offerings, including fan-favorite veggie chili. Fortunately, you can still get vegan chili cans from Amy's Organic.
7. Trader Joe's Vegetable Chili
These snack crackers, released at the same time as Bugles in the 1960s, came in cans as well as in boxes.they didn't stand the test of time, although Bugles are still around today
8. Whistles & Daisys
You can still find Dinty Moore beef stew, but you'd be hard-pressed to find the meatball version of this canned Hormel classic.
9. Dinty Moore Meatball Stew
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