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Types of Cereal

Apple Jacks
Apple Jacks

Apple Jacks is a brand of cereal produced by Kellogg's and targeted mainly at children. It was introduced to the U.S. as "Apple O's" in 1965 after being invented by William Thilly who is currently a professor at MIT.

Cap'n Crunch
Cap'n Crunch

Cap'n Crunch is a product line of corn and oat breakfast cereals introduced in 1963 and manufactured by Quaker Oats Company, a division of PepsiCo since 2001.

Cinnamon Toast Crunch
Cinnamon Toast Crunch

In an adult world, eat a cereal that was made for kids. One look at the cinnamon swirls and you know that Cinnamon Toast Crunch is for everyone.. Yet there are only 130 calories per serving - 170 with a cup of skim milk.

Cookie Crisp
Cookie Crisp

Cookie Crisp. Cookie Crisp is a breakfast cereal that attempts to recreate the taste of chocolate chip cookies. It is manufactured by General Mills in the United States[1][2][3] and Cereal Partners (under the Nestlé brand) in other countries.

Corn Flakes
Corn Flakes

Kellogg's Corn Flakes® cereal Kelloggs Corn Flakes® cereal is the Original & Best® cereal. Every bite of these crispy, golden flakes is just as delicious as the first.

source: kelloggs.com
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Crispix
Crispix

Crispy rice on one side. Crunchy corn on the other.

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Froot Loops
Froot Loops

Sweetened multi-grain cereal . Celebrate spring or summer with layers of seasonal fruit, crisp flakes and creamy yogurt.

source: kelloggs.com
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Frosted Mini-Wheats
Frosted Mini-Wheats

Kellogg's® Frosted Mini-Wheats® Breakfast Cereal is packed with eight layers of wheat and one of sweet. Find products, nutrition information, and more!

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Kix
Kix

Cereal Box Doctor's Kit Pretend play is a healthy and important part of your child’s development. Activities like this felt board are great for quiet play, while these mitten puppets are fun for interacting with others.

source: kixcereal.com
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Life
Life

Life, stylized as life®, is a breakfast cereal formerly made solely of whole grain oats [citation needed], but now also containing sugar, corn flour, whole wheat flour, and rice flour. It was introduced in 1961 by the Quaker Oats Company.

Lucky Charms
Lucky Charms

Including dyes, sugars and a home-cleaning chemical, the ingredients in a box of Lucky Charms cereal are magically malicious.

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Marshmallow Mateys
Marshmallow Mateys

Marshmallow Mateys is a brand of cereal produced by the MOM Brands food company located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The company presented their first line of ready-to-eat cereals in 1965. Marshmallow Mateys includes marshmallow shapes in various colors.

Monster Cereals
Monster Cereals

The monster cereals are a line of breakfast cereals produced by General Mills Corporation in North America.

Post Fruity Pebbles Cereals
Post Fruity Pebbles Cereals

In 1971, Post Cereals capitalized on the success of the children's cartoon "The Flintstones" by releasing Fruity Pebbles. The name of the cereal is a bit misleading: Fruity Pebbles contains no actual fruit. Instead, a combination of artificial and natural flavors produce the fruity flavors.

source: leaf.tv
Raisin Bran
Raisin Bran

So do yourself a favor and familiarize yourself with a few important cereal ... Raisin Bran among 5 worst cereals for your diet ... Kellogg’s Raisin Bran (1 ...

source: today.com
Rice Krispies
Rice Krispies

Terms and Conditions For every original photo of a Rice Krispies™ Treat posted to your Facebook, Twitter or Instagram non-private account between Sep. 26, 2016–Jan. 1, 2017, including the hashtag #treats4toys in the post, Kellogg company will donate $10.00 to Toys for Tots (up to $50,000 total), which will be used to help buy toys for children in the U.S.

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Shreddies
Shreddies

Shreddies were produced under the Nabisco name until the brand in Canada was purchased in 1993 by Post Cereals, whose parent company in 1995 became Kraft General Foods, which sold Post to Ralcorp in 2008 and is now Post Foods Canada Corp., a unit of Post Holdings, which was spun off from Ralcorp in 2012.

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