Starburst Will Release Single-Color Packs in Most-Popular Flavor

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We all have a favorite Starburst flavor. Some of us get giddy at the thought of opening a fresh pack of the chewy candies to find a few reds in a row, while others of us pray for some extra pinks.

Lucky for you — if you’re a pink Starburst fan, that is — the makers of these classic fruit chews recently announced plans to make All Pink Starburst packs available for a limited time this April.

“While everyone has a favorite flavor or color of Starburst, pink has always risen to the top for our fans,” Michelle Green, a spokesperson for Starburst, told USA Today. “From memes about relationships to sharing photos of excitement when getting a pink Starburst, over half of all references to Starburst on social media are about pink Starburst.”

If you’re a bigger fan of the red Starburst fruit chews (the obvious other best choice, of course), you can still purchase the FaveRed’s pack, which includes a mix of red and pink Starbursts, that’s been available to customers as a separate item since 2008.

The All Pink packs will sell for $0.99 for a single stick and $3.19 for a larger bag, and will be sold at a number of major retailers across the United States, including Walmart, Target, Kroger, Walgreens, Meijer and Amazon.

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