Skip to comments.General Mills has huge hopes for Tiny Toast
Posted on 06/06/2016 5:23:26 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement
Tiny Toast is designed to appeal to younger, health-conscious consumers because it's one of the few breakfast cereal on the market flavored with real fruit and has no high-fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors or colors. It will join the Minnesota-based company's already formidable lineup of cereals that have been part of American breakfasts for decades such as Cheerios, Trix and Lucky Charms.
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In an attempt to revive interest in a food category whose sales have been soggy for years, General Mills (GIS) today announced the launch of Tiny Toast, the company’s first new cereal brand in 15 years.
>>In an attempt to revive interest in a food category whose sales have been soggy for years, General Mills (GIS) today announced the launch of Tiny Toast, the companys first new cereal brand in 15 years.<<
Once they made Captain Crunch Crunchberries only, cereals had only one place to go and that was down.
And bacon, yum. Lots and lots of bacon.
Honey Nut Cheerios’ ... eat ‘em right out of the box.
What does Mikey think about it?
You forgot that Mikey died from eating a whole bag of Pop Rocks and drinking a Coke. His head asspolded.
That’s a shame.
Cereal Killers ......
Any cereal that can live on a shelf for weeks and months without going bad has had all the nutrient-rich content removed. Make yourself some fresh protein-rich pancakes instead. I have a killer recipe.
***Tiny Toast is designed to appeal to younger, health-conscious consumers***
Not as good as Calvin’s Chocolate Frosted Sugar Bombs!
You got that right. We have 5 hens and guess what we eat for breakfast? :-)
That's true. For me, it's usually fresh eggs, whole milk yogurt and blueberries for breakfast. Sometimes I'll make an omelette with mushrooms, bacon and swiss cheese. I try to stay away from pancakes as I'm trying to keep things low carb but they are a lot better than packaged cereal.
Rolled oats can be stored for 25+ years and still be edible.
>>You got that right. We have 5 hens and guess what we eat for breakfast? :-)<<
General Mills is a typical cesspool of liberalism.
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