Sour Patch Kids is finally selling 'Just Red' and 'Just Blue' packs

True statement: The best two Sour Patch Kids flavors are the red and blue ones, respectively cherry and blue raspberry flavored. And now, the good people behind the candy brand are blessing us with new Just Blue and Just Red packs.

There will be no more picking through the bag for your favorite flavors! (Thank you candy gods 🙏) Needless to say, we're not the only ones who are excited about the new release.

The new Just Red and Just Blue Sour Patch Kids packs are limited-edition, however, so there's no telling how long they'll be available. For now, they're being sold exclusively at 7-Eleven. 

But while most people are salivating at the thought of the singled-out candies, others online argued for single packs of the other Sour Patch Kids flavors as well.

Some even pointed out that the red Sour Patch Kids are just Swedish Fish with a sour layer on top, which according to BuzzFeed, is actually true. 

So, in need of some solid weekend plans? Go find your nearest 7-Eleven and get yourself a pack of Just Red or Just Blue Sour Patch Kids. Then, use the time you'd usually spend picking through a regular bag of the candy to do absolutely whatever you want.

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Salud Fuentes packages bags of assorted jelly beans into boxes at the Jelly Belly Candy Co. manufacturing facility in Fairfield, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010. Manufacturers in the U.S. are more optimistic about sales next year and plan to ramp up spending on new equipment, signaling factories will keep leading the economic recovery, according to a survey by the Institute for Supply Management. Photographer: Ken James/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Rogeelio Baltajar picks out jelly beans that are not the correct color or shape at the Jelly Belly Candy Co. manufacturing facility in Fairfield, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010. Manufacturers in the U.S. are more optimistic about sales next year and plan to ramp up spending on new equipment, signaling factories will keep leading the economic recovery, according to a survey by the Institute for Supply Management. Photographer: Ken James/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Jelly beans sit for sale at the Jelly Belly Candy Co. store next to the company's manufacturing facility in Fairfield, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010. Manufacturers in the U.S. are more optimistic about sales next year and plan to ramp up spending on new equipment, signaling factories will keep leading the economic recovery, according to a survey by the Institute for Supply Management. Photographer: Ken James/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Ryan Rowland, a sixth generation member of the family that owns Jelly Belly Candy Co., takes a sample from a kettle of candy to check for color consistency at the company's manufacturing facility in Fairfield, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010. Manufacturers in the U.S. are more optimistic about sales next year and plan to ramp up spending on new equipment, signaling factories will keep leading the economic recovery, according to a survey by the Institute for Supply Management. Photographer: Ken James/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Pan operators David Martinez, right, and Reynaldo Lopez apply chocolate for the Chocolate Dips product at the Jelly Belly Candy Co. manufacturing facility in Fairfield, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010. Manufacturers in the U.S. are more optimistic about sales next year and plan to ramp up spending on new equipment, signaling factories will keep leading the economic recovery, according to a survey by the Institute for Supply Management. Photographer: Ken James/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Pedro Magana, a pan operator, adds sugar to a mixture to make the shells for jelly beans at the Jelly Belly Candy Co. manufacturing facility in Fairfield, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010. Manufacturers in the U.S. are more optimistic about sales next year and plan to ramp up spending on new equipment, signaling factories will keep leading the economic recovery, according to a survey by the Institute for Supply Management. Photographer: Ken James/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Bernaldo Martinez, a pan operator, adds sugar to a mixture to make the shells for jelly beans at the Jelly Belly Candy Co. manufacturing facility in Fairfield, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010. Manufacturers in the U.S. are more optimistic about sales next year and plan to ramp up spending on new equipment, signaling factories will keep leading the economic recovery, according to a survey by the Institute for Supply Management. Photographer: Ken James/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Boxes of Jelly Belly Candy Co. jelly beans are stacked at the company's manufacturing facility in Fairfield, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010. Manufacturers in the U.S. are more optimistic about sales next year and plan to ramp up spending on new equipment, signaling factories will keep leading the economic recovery, according to a survey by the Institute for Supply Management. Photographer: Ken James/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Luis Perez hands outs jelly bean samples to kids at the Jelly Belly Candy Co. store next to the company's manufacturing facility in Fairfield, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010. Manufacturers in the U.S. are more optimistic about sales next year and plan to ramp up spending on new equipment, signaling factories will keep leading the economic recovery, according to a survey by the Institute for Supply Management. Photographer: Ken James/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Bill Yeun-Biu moves jelly beans from the polishing room to the staging area where the candy is cured at the Jelly Belly Candy Co. manufacturing facility in Fairfield, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010. Manufacturers in the U.S. are more optimistic about sales next year and plan to ramp up spending on new equipment, signaling factories will keep leading the economic recovery, according to a survey by the Institute for Supply Management. Photographer: Ken James/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Assorted flavors of jelly beans wait to be packaged at the Jelly Belly Candy Co. manufacturing facility in Fairfield, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010. Manufacturers in the U.S. are more optimistic about sales next year and plan to ramp up spending on new equipment, signaling factories will keep leading the economic recovery, according to a survey by the Institute for Supply Management. Photographer: Ken James/Bloomberg via Getty Images
FAIRFIELD, CA - APRIL 2: A case of jelly beans moves down the assembly line at the Jelly Belly Factory April 2, 2007 in Fairfield, California. The Jelly Belly Factory produces approximately 14 billion jelly beans a year. With less than a week before Easter Sunday, retailers stock their shelves full of jelly beans, chocolates, and other traditional candies for Easter. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
FAIRFIELD, CA - APRIL 2: Barry DaSilva mixes flavoring to add to jelly beans at the Jelly Belly Factory April 2, 2007 in Fairfield, California. The Jelly Belly Factory produces approximately 14 billion jelly beans a year. With less than a week before Easter Sunday, retailers stock their shelves full of jelly beans, chocolates, and other traditional candies for Easter. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
FAIRFIELD, CA - APRIL 2: A chocolate Easter bunny is displayed for sale at the Jelly Belly Factory April 2, 2007 in Fairfield, California. The Jelly Belly Factory produces approximately 14 billion jelly beans a year. With less than a week before Easter Sunday, retailers stock their shelves full of jelly beans, chocolates, and other traditional candies for Easter. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
FAIRFIELD, CA - APRIL 2: Barry DaSilva adds sugar to jelly beans at the Jelly Belly Factory April 2, 2007 in Fairfield, California. The Jelly Belly Factory produces approximately 14 billion jelly beans a year. With less than a week before Easter Sunday, retailers stock their shelves full of jelly beans, chocolates, and other traditional candies for Easter. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
FAIRFIELD, CA - APRIL 2: A couple looks over candy for sale at the Jelly Belly Factory April 2, 2007 in Fairfield, California. The Jelly Belly Factory produces approximately 14 billion jelly beans a year. With less than a week before Easter Sunday, retailers stock their shelves full of jelly beans, chocolates, and other traditional candies for Easter. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
FAIRFIELD, CA - APRIL 2: A man looks over candy and Easter baskets for sale at the Jelly Belly Factory April 2, 2007 in Fairfield, California. The Jelly Belly Factory produces approximately 14 billion jelly beans a year. With less than a week before Easter Sunday, retailers stock their shelves full of jelly beans, chocolates, and other traditional candies for Easter. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
FAIRFIELD, CA - APRIL 2: Silvia Aguiar empties jelly beans at the Jelly Belly Factory April 2, 2007 in Fairfield, California. The Jelly Belly Factory produces approximately 14 billion jelly beans a year. With less than a week before Easter Sunday, retailers stock their shelves full of jelly beans, chocolates, and other traditional candies for Easter. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
FAIRFIELD, CA - APRIL 2: Jelly beans sit in a bin waiting to be packaged on the assembly line at the Jelly Belly Factory April 2, 2007 in Fairfield, California. The Jelly Belly Factory produces approximately 14 billion jelly beans a year. With less than a week before Easter Sunday, retailers stock their shelves full of jelly beans, chocolates, and other traditional candies for Easter. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
FAIRFIELD, CA - APRIL 2: Children watch the assembly line workers at the Jelly Belly Factory April 2, 2007 in Fairfield, California. The Jelly Belly Factory produces approximately 14 billion jelly beans a year. With less than a week before Easter Sunday, retailers stock their shelves full of jelly beans, chocolates, and other traditional candies for Easter. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
FAIRFIELD, CA - APRIL 2: Sharon Lee looks over candy and Easter baskets for sale at the Jelly Belly Factory April 2, 2007 in Fairfield, California. The Jelly Belly Factory produces approximately 14 billion jelly beans a year. With less than a week before Easter Sunday, retailers stock their shelves full of jelly beans, chocolates, and other traditional candies for Easter. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
FAIRFIELD, CA - APRIL 2: Workers sort bags of jelly beans on the assembly line at the Jelly Belly Factory April 2, 2007 in Fairfield, California. The Jelly Belly Factory produces approximately 14 billion jelly beans a year. With less than a week before Easter Sunday, retailers stock their shelves full of jelly beans, chocolates, and other traditional candies for Easter. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
FAIRFIELD, CA - APRIL 2: Mac Marquez dumps jelly beans on the assembly line for mixing into assorted bags at the Jelly Belly Factory April 2, 2007 in Fairfield, California. The Jelly Belly Factory produces approximately 14 billion jelly beans a year. With less than a week before Easter Sunday, retailers stock their shelves full of jelly beans, chocolates, and other traditional candies for Easter. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
FAIRFIELD, CA - APRIL 2: Barry DaSilva checks for moisture on the jelly beans at the Jelly Belly Factory April 2, 2007 in Fairfield, California. The Jelly Belly Factory produces approximately 14 billion jelly beans a year. With less than a week before Easter Sunday, retailers stock their shelves full of jelly beans, chocolates, and other traditional candies for Easter. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
FAIRFIELD, CA - APRIL 2: Francisco Tril empties out jelly beans for packaging at the Jelly Belly Factory on April 2, 2007 in Fairfield, California. The Jelly Belly Factory produces approximately 14 billion jelly beans a year. With less than a week before Easter Sunday, retailers stock their shelves full of jelly beans, chocolates, and other traditional candies for Easter. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
FAIRFIELD, CA - APRIL 2: A couple looks over candy for sale at the Jelly Belly Factory April 2, 2007 in Fairfield, California. The Jelly Belly Factory produces approximately 14 billion jelly beans a year. With less than a week before Easter Sunday, retailers stock their shelves full of jelly beans, chocolates, and other traditional candies for Easter. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
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