NEWS: Kellogg’s Makes Frosted Flakes Less Gr-r-reat With Less Sugar But More Go-o-od For You With Fiber

and frosted flakes

Let’s face it. The flakes have never been the reason why Frosted Flakes are awesome. They get soggy quicker than a t-shirt on Titty Tuesdays at a nightclub. Frosted-less Flakes would just be regular Corn Flakes and a part of an unlucky kid’s complete breakfast.

Although that unlucky kid is probably skinny and the kids who eat Frosted Flakes are probably overweight.

However, Frosted Flakes eaters could lose some weight with new Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes with Fiber, Less Sugar. Fiber AND less sugar? I bet kids are lining up around the block for these. The less gr-r-reat Frosted Flakes has 25 percent less sugar than original Frosted Flakes, which has 11 grams per 3/4 cup serving. I’m not sure how much fiber is in a serving of these Frosted Flakes, but the original version has just one gram of fiber.

Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes with Fiber, Less Sugar will be available in two sizes: a 16.3-ounce box and a 24-ounce box available at Walmart.

Source: Kellogg’s website

2 thoughts to “NEWS: Kellogg’s Makes Frosted Flakes Less Gr-r-reat With Less Sugar But More Go-o-od For You With Fiber”

  1. I think all cereal (and I mean all) should be marketed for what it is – easy dinner food for really lazy people and college kid candy. Cereal is a horrible breakfast in almost all of its incarnations and only became part of the breakfast routine after some overly pious sorts concluded that eating meat in the morning inflamed the senses so we should eat grains.

    The only thing good that ever came out of excess piety and prudishness was sugary breakfast cereal. 😉

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