COMING SOON: The Return of Kellogg’s Cereal Straws

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Thanks to a petition and social media, Kellogg’s is bringing back its Cereal Straws, and, according to the press release, they’re returning permanently. Although, let’s be honest, if Kellogg’s S’morz cereal has taught us anything it’s that a popular discontinued product can be revived, hang around for a few years, and then be discontinued again.

Kellogg’s Cereal Straws debuted back in 2007 and were discontinued in 2009. There were three varieties — Froot Loops, Cocoa Krispies, and Apple Jacks. If you’re interested, we reviewed the Froot Loops one. Here in 2021, only the first two will be revived.

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The press release also said they won’t be coming back until October 2021, which, depending on your definition of “soon,” might make the title of this post a lie. So I guess I should start a petition to bring them back sooner because October is a looong ways away. Are we just going to have to drill holes through Trader Joe’s Cocoa Batons until then?

When they do hit shelves, they’ll be available at retailers nationwide and online at Kellogg’s Cereal Straws will come in 5-, 18-, and 24-count sizes.

(Info and images via Kellogg’s.)

9 thoughts to “COMING SOON: The Return of Kellogg’s Cereal Straws”


    1. Hmmm…what are you, five? How nice of you to make fun of someone else for wanting Pop Tarts and you go ape over cereal straws. Pot or kettle?

        1. I don’t give a flying crap what you think about me, so feel free to call me whatever you wish. 😛

      1. They were excited about Barbie print pop tarts. I am extremely excited about an absolutely delicious snack coming back. My point remains valid. 😛

        1. No, both snacks are things that are definitely marketed to kids. So you are being extremely hypocritical by making fun of someone else for liking something juvenile. Haven’t you ever heard the phrase, “To each his/her own,”? If we all had the same tastes, the world would be very boring. I honestly don’t care that you like cereal straws and I wouldn’t make fun of someone that was excited about them as an adult. However, they are clearly something targeted at children.

          1. No, they’re marketed towards anyone who loves Froot Loops, no matter their age.

  2. Heard of these before but they just seem…odd to me. I don’t get it. Of course I feel post-cereal milk needs to be tossed like toxic waste, so.

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