BATTLE CREEK, Mich., March 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- In honor of National Cereal Day, we dug through the Kellogg Company archives and found six awesome cereals that are no longer on the market. We love our current lineup of products, but we do miss these classics.
- Kellogg's All Stars cereal (1960) were star-shaped toasted oats pieces and a very cool magician.
- Kellogg's Triple Snack (1964) combined roasted peanuts, sugar puffed corn and sugar puffed wheat. "Eat it out of the box and delicious as a cereal, too."
- Kellogg's Kreme Krunch cereal (1965) featured "chunks of real ice cream freeze-dried in a nutritious cereal."
- Kellogg's OKs (1959): The "O" was for oats and the "K" was for Kellogg's. Big Otis said, "It's a br-r-right new breakfast for lads and lassies."
- Build a better breakfast with Kellogg's Crunchy Loggs (1978). Bixby Beaver said, "Kellogg's Crunchy Loggs taste tree-mendous."
- Kellogg's Banana Frosted Flakes (1981) with real banana bits on frosted flakes of corn was an appealing way to start your day.
About Kellogg Company
At Kellogg Company (NYSE: K), we strive to make foods people love. This includes our beloved brands – Kellogg's®, Keebler®, Special K®, Pringles®, Kellogg's Frosted Flakes®, Pop-Tarts®, Kellogg's Corn Flakes®, Rice Krispies®, Cheez-It®, Eggo®, Mini-Wheats® and more – that nourish families so they can flourish and thrive. With 2016 sales of $13 billion and more than 1,600 foods, Kellogg is the world's leading cereal company; second largest producer of crackers and savory snacks; and a leading North American frozen foods company. And we're a company with a heart and soul, committing to help create 3 billion Better Days by 2025 through our Breakfasts for Better Days global purpose platform. To learn more, visit www.KelloggCompany.com or www.OpenforBreakfast.com and follow us on Twitter @KelloggCompany, YouTube and on our Social K corporate blog.
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