If you’re wondering, there was a Kellogg’s Toy Story 3 cereal, but no cereals for the first two movies. Will there be a Toy Story 5? All I have to say about that is, I didn’t think there would be a Toy Story 4, but here we are. (Spotted by RaveGyrl at Jewel Osco.)
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7 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Kellogg’s Toy Story 4 Carnival Berry Cereal”
They look good, but it’s getting harder and harder to get excited about new cereal releases anymore. A lot of things sound awesome on the cereal box and end up tasting mediocre at best when you dig in. Especially these cereals based on movies. They tend to disappoint the most. If cold cereal brands want to increase profits, they need to go back to old cereal formulas and make cereal sweet and tasty again like it used to be. No healthy whole grain, low sugar BS that’s marketed for children’s cereal. And stop making every new cereal release corn based or a variation of corn meal.
Kellogg’s, Post, and General Mills just don’t make the great tasting cereals that Ralston Cereals released in the 80’s and early 90’s.
Ralston made the 2 best cereals in history Ninja Turtles Cereal in the early 90’s and Spiderman cereal in the late 90’s…same cereal different marshmallow shape….best 2 cereals ever and nothing compares but I did find Lucky Charms Frosted Flakes is the closest your going to get and that cereal is THE BOMB!!!!
Yes, I remember both of those. I loved both versions of the cereal. I remember at one point, the Turtles cereal even came with a green ooze pack that you pour over the cereal. Probably released around the time of the Ninja Turtles 2, Secret of the Ooze. My brother made me a bowl of the Ninja Turtle cereal using some form of chex cereal with store bought marshmallows and it tasted just like how I remember the turtle cereal tasting.
Feel the same about there being a Toy Story 4. I thought Toy Story 3 was terrible and I have no interest in 4 or the cereal.
Welcome to the 0.01%. What a rebel.
I’m not heartless, I just didn’t care for it. Although, I haven’t seen TS3 again since it came out so maybe I’d like it more now.
I tried a box, and found it to be generically sweet with just a hint of a fruity aftertaste. Probably raspberry, which as I’ve said before is only used as a food flavor so raspberry farmers can afford to buy other food and aren’t forced to choose between starving and eating a diet of nothing but raspberries.
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