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.
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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.