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We Actually Ate This Stuff? See 26 Now-Forgotten Breakfast Cereals from the 90s

Remember THIS stuff?
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This collection of now defunct cereals proves pop culture and current events drive food products!

  • Do you remember eating Urkel-O’s?
  • Bill and Ted’s Excellent Cereal?
  • Wheaties Dunk-A-Balls? That was wheat-flavored “flakes”  in the shape of miniature basketballs!

Buzzfeed.com recently featured a display of 26 breakfast cereals from the 1990′s that you’ll never be eating again.    Oreo O’s were one of our favorites!   Those with regularity issues might have liked Kellogg’s Kenmei Rice Bran – yummy!

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26 Cereals from the 90's

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