Bugles were test-marketed in 1965 and introduced nationally in early 1966 as
one of several new General Mills snacks, the others being the flower-shaped ...
At the start, Bugles was among three new General Mills snacks that represented
our entry into the ... Bugles, the first cone-shaped corn snack, debuted in 1964.
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... Bugles are cone shaped crunchy snacks often sold in vending machines.
<p>Enjoy a classic crunchy snack with Bugles Corn Snacks, Original Flavor.
These crispy corn chips have a fun cone shape that children love to put on their ...
Jan 6, 2010 ... The cone-shaped fried thing that was obviously about as bad for you as any food
... So a serving would be 1.15 or so ounces of bugles.
Aug 3, 2009 ... Apologies to our non-American readers: Bugles are a popular corn snack in the
US, and are cone-shaped like the horns of trumpets or bugles.
A big old bag of one of America's favourite potato chips, Bugles! They're cone
shaped corn chips that make for a superb alternative to the boring British crisp.
Apr 10, 2012 ... Bugles, the cone-shaped, corn-based chips from General Mills, have been
featured prominently so far this season as the go-to snack of both a ...
Dec 6, 2012 ... “Bugles, the first cone-shaped corn snack, was launched in 1966. Daisy*s,
Buttons, Bows (1967) and Whistles (1968) would follow.” Wither ...
Oct 2, 2009 ... Remember Bugles? The cone shaped corn snack? The little chips that were so
much fun to put on the tips of your fingers and pretend like they ...