Jaybeau Jones

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I think it will be back.

Undoubtedly, you heard the breaking news this week: Choco Taco Is Gone!

Junk Food Junkies Heartbroken

I said to a co-worker, I never had a Choco Taco. He politely recoiled in disbelief. Five minutes later, my wife texted me Choco Taco is gone! What did I miss?

Hood Ice Cream Sandwiches, Klondike Bars

Did you know that I have Hood Ice Cream Sandwiches in my freezer right now. Although, we all must live together in a divided world, certainly one item can reconnect us. It’s ice cream, placed in a sandwich, drenched with frozen chocolate. As we get older, things from our childhood stay with us. For me, it’s the Hood Ice Cream Sandwiches, the Klondike Bars and from time to time, Cracker Jacks. Around holiday time, you’ll find me with the holiday popcorn tin in my lap watching Die Hard.

Will It Come Back?

I think Choco Taco will be back after the outcry of it’s cancellation. Accordingly, I found a bunch of products that were canceled and then came back! See these items below, after reading my bio, completing the 300 words needed for this post.


We can hear Worcester native Jaybeau Jones weekdays from 2p-7p on 1057 WROR, 80’s and More! Jaybeau’s show is the #1 music show in Boston from 2p-7p weekdays, playing 80’s and more!

After many years in radio programming management, Jaybeau joined WROR in the afternoon in 2015. One of Jaybeau’s career highlights, was the honor to fill in for Rick Dees on The Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 in 2007. 

At home Jaybeau enjoys his time with his wife, fellow broadcaster, Heidi, and his two feline children Ellie and Bobo. Jaybeau’s grownup human kids, Matthew, lives in Boston. Jordan, lives in Rhode Island. 

Tune in at 4:15 to hear 90’s minutes of non-stop ROR 80’s and More, commercial free! It’s the Commercial Free Drive Home starting at 4:15pm! 


  • American Idol

    GALLERY: Ten Interesting Facts About Kelly Clarkson

    Kelly turned down two record deals before she won American Idol.

    Idol ran on Fox for years. When they cancelled it, it was picked up by ABC.


  • Coke Classic


    SAN RAFAEL, CA – JULY 25: Cans of Coca Cola are displayed on July 25, 2018 in San Rafael, California. Coca Cola announced plans to raise soda prices in North America due to rising prices of metals following tariffs imposed on Chinese imports by the Trump administration.

    Coke replaced Coke with New Coke. That ended in July 1985, when Coke realized we already had New Coke. It was called Pepsi. They then brought back the original Coke and rebranded it as Coke Classic.




  • Kelloggs Eggo Cereal


    NEW YORK, NY – FEBRUARY 19: Boxes of Eggo Waffles sit for sale at the Metropolitan Citymarket on February 19, 2014 in the East Village neighborhood of New York City. Kellogg, maker of Eggo waffles, has announced that it will only buy palm oil – a minor ingredient in Eggo Waffles – from companies that don’t destroy rainforests where palm trees are grown. Palm oil is used in many processed foods. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

  • Planters Cheez Balls


    WINNETKA, IL – AUGUST 06: MLB Hall of Famer Frank Thomas poses with Mr. Peanut in front of the Planters NUTmobile during the Planters Power Hitter Event at the Skokie Playfields on August 6, 2014 in Winnetka, Illinois. (Photo by Timothy Hiatt/Getty Images for Planters)

  • Oreo O's Cereal

    Lawsuit Seeks To Ban Oreo Cookies In California

    SAN FRANCISCO – MAY 13: Oreo Cookies are seen May 13, 2003 in San Francisco. Attorney Stephen Joseph filed a lawsuit in the Marin County Superior Court May 1, 2003 seeking a ban on Oreo Cookies in California arguing that the trans fats that make the filling creamy and cookie crunchy are dangerous for children to eat. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

  • Crispy M & M's

    M & Ms

    Array of Snickers bars, KitKats, M&M’s, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups & Hershey’s miniatures, declared top 5 favorite chocolate candies (Photo by Urbano Delvalle/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images)