Packaged Food What's New

Post Cereal Snacks Take Your Favorite Breakfast On-The-Go

Breakfast is the most versatile meal of the day only for the fact that it can be had at any time! Post rides this wave by re-imagining their robust lineup of iconic cereals into snackable bites.

They’re introducing PEBBLES Crisps and Honeycomb Big Bites cereal snacks. PEBBLES Crisps, are comparable to the size of a potato chip, come in both Fruity and Cocoa PEBBLES flavors and are gluten-free. Honeycomb Big Bites are about twice as big as the original Honeycomb cereal shape — the better to flip into your mouth without it bouncing off your forehead amiright?

Post Cereal Snacks can be found in the cereal aisle of grocery stores nationwide.

Grocery Packaged Food Sweets What's New

Chicken And Waffles Cereal Is Coming To Walmart In An Exclusive, Limited Drop

One of the most popular culinary pairings across the United States just got turned into a breakfast cereal.

Fresh from the creative minds at Post Cereal, this Chicken & Waffles cereal contains pieces that both look and taste like the classic combo. You’ll be getting a hit of both sweet and savory here, which is going to be an exclusive drop at Walmart.

This release is a part of the “Honey Brunches of Oats” collection. The other brunch item getting twisted into cereal for this launch is Maple Bacon Donuts, which as you might expect, comes in the shape of mini donuts.

Both will be available in a limited-time drop at select Walmart stores across the country, which should have them in stock by March 7th at the latest.

With brunch totally covered in cereal form, all that’s left to decide is whether you serve these in a bowl of milk or mimosa. I’m leaning towards the latter.


Langer’s, Post Cereal & Arby’s Among Brands Partnering with Mattel Games

Games and food always seems like a winning combo, but food advertisement in a game is a whole different ball game. Mattel Games, known for making childhood favorites such as Apples to Apples, UNO, and Whac-A-Mole, has recently secured promotional partnerships with major food and beverage industry leaders such as Arby’s, Tyson Foods, Mama Rosa’s pizza, Langers juice, Post cereal, Edible Arrangements, and many more. Why? Apparently, Mattel Games wants to secure a year round marketplace for its products. However, a different side of the story will convey that food companies want to expand their presence especially to a very impressionable younger-age demographic. Who want’s to ask the Magic 8, what’s for dinner?