It’s good that I waited, as the last couple of months have provided key pieces of information on the background of the brand.
Fun Dip is such a unique confectionery treat that it leaves a tasty sugary residue in the consciousness of anyone who has ever tried it.
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Without registering you won’t be connected as we won’t be able to contact you.My best guess is that they were used until the time when Fun Dip was introduced.I had hoped to find these included in late 60’s or early 70’s trade advertisements, but Sunline was focusing all of their promotional efforts during those years to their new hit, Sweettarts.If you follow the instructions above well, you will surely meet the sugar mummy of your dreams here.I am excited to finally be getting to today’s post, as I’ve wanted to cover the subject of Fun Dip for a long time.It certainly did for me, and I absolutely recall the first time I found this at my local Woolworth’s store, and how amazed I was at the unique experience of consumption that it provided.At least in the United States, there’s never been anything quite like Fun Dip that stuck around for any amount of time.Although the Wikipedia entry lists Lik-m-Aid as being introduced in 1942, I could find no corroborating evidence to support that, and the trademark info leads me to believe that 1952 is a more likely year for its introduction.Featuring the elf mascot that would eventually be well-known as the mascot for Pixy Stix, Lik-m-Aid was originally produced by the Fruzola company, and sold in single flavor packets: Based on what I’ve been able to piece together, it appears as if the transition to full-color packaging for Lik-m-Aid occurred in 1963, or maybe a little bit earlier.When I first set out to research Fun Dip, I had guessed, based on the trademark registration information and my own personal recollections, that it was first put on sale in 1977 or 1978.That’s the time-period I seem to remember first having it.