In 1983, the Sugar Smacks name brand was changed to Honey Smacks by the cereal's maker, the Kellogg's Company. Sugar Smacks, a puffed wheat cereal, made its debut in 1953, and was created to directly compete with the popular Sugar Crisp Cereal by Post. As of 2014, Honey Smacks is still sold in stores.Know More
In its early days, a variety of characters appeared on boxes of Sugar Smacks cereal, including Cliffy the Clown. Cartoon character Quick Draw McGraw was a featured mascot for a spell. In the 1970s, a colorful frog given the name Dig 'Em was introduced as the cereal's mascot. The original Dig 'Em was also featured in commercials and became popular with kids. The frog's popularity was so broad that Kellogg's was forced to bring the character back after retiring him in 1986. During Dig 'Em's absence, The Smackin' Brothers and Wally Bear were used as cereal mascots. Dig 'Em's appearance has changed over the years to appeal to each new generation of children.
The original formulation for Sugar Smacks was packed with sugar. The cereal contained a whopping 56 percent of sugar by weight at its debut. In its most recent formulation as Honey Smacks, the cereal contains 15 grams of sugar per serving.Learn more about Food Facts
A typical 12.2-ounce box has about 1,769 Froot Loops and 12 servings, while a 9.4-ounce box has about 1,363 pieces of cereal and nine servings. There are about 145 Froot Loops in 1 cup of cereal, which is also the suggested serving size.Full Answer >
Kenyan cuisine includes hearty grains, bread, cereal and assorted vegetables, along with stews with and without meat, rice and beverages including tea and beer. As in the United States, Kenyan cuisine varies among different ethnic groups and regions of the country: coastal communities consume seafood such as tilapia and perch, while populations farther inland eat agricultural items like corn, grains and poultry. Kenyan cuisine derives influence from other cultures, including Indian and Asian, which add spices and tropical flavors to Kenyan dishes.Full Answer >
As of February 2015, Waffle Crisp cereal is still being manufactured by Post Foods. Waffle Crisp cereal is available at most grocery stores and online retailers.Full Answer >
The Chewits product line is suitable for vegetarians based on the ingredients identified by its maker and a statement on the parents' section of the Chewits website. However, Chewits are not suitable for vegans as they contain eggs.Full Answer >