Kellogg, known for the "snap, crackle and pop" of its Rice Krispies cereal and for characters such as Tony the Tiger, who appears on boxes of Frosties (Frosted Flakes in the U.S.), said it was the largest redesign of its cereal boxes in the company's 113-year history.
Sales of Kellogg's Frosties have plummeted in recent years as health-conscious parents avoid sugary cereals for their kids. The future of the 60-year-old brand, known for its Tony the Tiger mascot, is now under threat.
[http://bmedia.fooducate.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Scooby-Doo-Cereal.jpg]Kellogg's has reintroduced its Scooby Doo cereal to the general public. You may ask - "Why another sugary cereal for kids ?!?" We're pleased to report that the cereal has...