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Who makes it: Mars
Starburst was originally called Opal Fruit when Mars launched the product in Britain in 1960. The company rebranded the fruit chews for the U.S. when the candy came to Americans in 1976. Its original four flavors were strawberry, lemon, orange, and lime.