Are they still around? Nope. Nestle sold the brand to Frankford Candy & Chocolate Company in '04, and the group soon gave up on the Wonderball, which was already drawing considerable heat from parents over potential choking hazards. (This is also why we can't have Kinder Eggs.) A YouTube vigilante claimed Frankford sent her a letter in 2012 hinting that Wonderballs were on the way back, but it looks like those were empty promises.
Are they still around? Sure are. You can even add them to your Target wedding registry, like a responsible adult.
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Kristin Hunt is a staff writer for Thrillist, and refuses to eat any push-pop without Fred Flintstone's face on it. Follow her to principles at @kristin_hunt.