|Kellogg's Froot Loops|
Kellogg's Tropical Forest Froot Loops
Kellogg's Frightening Froot Loops
Kellogg's Marshmallow Blasted Froot Loops
Kellogg's Marshmallow Froot Loops - Jungle Mix
Kellogg's Froot Loops with Far Out Marshmallows
Kellogg's The Haunted Froot Loops Manor with Marsmallow Bats, Eyeballs, and Ghosts (2004)
Kellogg's Fruti Lupis (Mexico 1987)
Kellogg's Spooky Froot Loops with Marshmallow Ghosts (1998)
Kellogg's Colossal Froot Loops
Kellogg's Froot Loops Cherry Cherry
Kellogg's Froot Loops Smoothie
Kellogg's Froot Loops Starberries
|Born In 1963, the colorful Toucan Sam promotes the fruit flavored Froot Loops cereal. The original three flavors were orange, lemon, and cherry. Toucan Sam has undergone a number of image changes as he has matured (but haven't we all?). Originally grey and light blue, he now has much brighter shades to go with his additional girth and personality.|
|He also underwent a "beak job" in the early 1970's which shortened his nose. Tropical Forest Fruit Loops (introduced in 1997) include tropical forest marshmallows, including Tropical Frog marshmallows in 1999. "Follow your nose, it always knows..."|
Kellogg's Froot Loops
|There were a pair of baby toucans which appeared in an early advertisement for Fruit Loops. (Notice the old cereal box). They are known simply as "The Nephews".|
Alien Fruit Monster
|Kellogg's Froot Loops|
Kellogg's Froot Loops with Far Out Marshmallows
|The Alien Fruit Monster loves fruit and especially the fruit taste of Froot Loops cereal. It landed its space craft in Toucan Sam's jungle in early 2004 in search of fruit. The monster is green, has 5 tentacle arms, 2 legs and a body which is primarily made up of a huge mouth and two buldging eyes.|
Pop TopKellogg's Froot Loops
|Pop Top was a turtle whose shell held everything and could turn in to basically anything.|
Shelly the TurtleKellogg's Corny Snaps
|Corny Snaps were produced from 1975 to 1979. Shelly the Turtle appeared in 1976 and 1977. At first, he was a grumpy fellow with a Jimmy Durante like voice and look. Kids were always trying to make him smile. The slogan was "Come out of your shell for Kellogg's Corny Snaps". The cereal was about the only thing which made the turtle happy.
In a reincarnation, Shelly became sort of a Zoro-character, with mask and steed, delivering Corny Snaps to the agricultural-based masses. He also carves a "K" (rather than a "Z") with his sword. Corny Snaps were a "ready-sweetened corn and oat cereal" in the shape of an elongated S.
Outrigger Canoe Boy and GirlKellogg's Puffa Puffa Rice
|According to Kellogg's, Puffa Puffa Rice was a product from 1967 to 1975.|
In 1969 and 1970, boxes of Puffa Puffa Rice featured a young boy and girl wearing colorful swimsuits and rowing an outrigger canoe.
One TV ad had a Polynesian-island theme. In it, islanders are sacrificing a bushel of brown cane sugar and a bushel of rice into the steaming mouth of an active volcano under orders from a King or High Chieftain. The volcano blows its top and Puffa Puffa Rice explodes forth. Song Chant: "Enua, Enowa, a Kellogg's a brings a you (BOOM) uh a new kind of breakfast cereal. Uh and puff and a toasted nice. Here comes Kellogg's Puffa Puffa Rice. Yummy, yummy. A takataka bowl full. Uh. You ketchum --- a big, big flavor. Oceans of en-er-gy." DaKine Chief or King: "Newy, newy, Puffa Puffa Rice. Early puffs of rice toasted crisp and tender sweetened island way with brown sugar, cane sugar. In each spoonful important nourishment of iron, niacin, and thiamine". [A few more "Hawaiian" words] Song: "Ocean's of en-er-gy". Deep voiceover: "Here comes Kellogg's Puffa Puffa Rice." Chant: "Eha, eha". Although it might be a bit of an embarrassment, it's a fun, visually appealing, ad with lots of action.
The friendly Puffa Puffa Train appeared on Canadian shelves in 1972.
Sooty the BearKellogg's Puffa Puffa Rice (UK)
Kellogg's Puffa Sugar Stars (UK)
|The Great Britain version of Puffa Puffa Rice (puffed rice with brown sugar) began featuring Sooty the Bear in 1973. Sooty was a hand puppet. His sidekick, Sweep, is a yellow dog with black ears. Sooty and Sweep the glove puppets were stars of their own long running TV show in the UK begining in 1952. When the original TV host Harry Corbet died his son took over as the host of the show and had copyright owner of the characters. The son retired in 1998 and handed the characters on to a new host. Sweep remained on boxes until at least 1977. Sooty was also featured on boxes of Sugar Stars in the 1960's when Sugar Stars were "Sooty's Favorite Breakfast". When he tired of Sugar Stars, Puffa Puffa Rice became "Sooty's Favorite Breakfast". Of note, Sweep went on to promote KoKo Krispies, but was dumped when it was reanmed "CoCo Pops".|
Batman (Val Kilmer), Riddler (Jim Carey), and Two Face (Tommy Lee Jones) appeared on boxes in promotion of 1995's Batman Forever movie. Robin also appeared on boxes. (See Kellogg's page 3).
Mr. FreezeKellogg's Apple Jacks
|Mr. Freeze (1997) as portrayed by Arnold Schwarzenegger in the movie Batman and Robin, appeared on packages of Apple Jacks.|
Jonny QuestKellogg's Corn Flakes
|Jonny Quest (circa 1960) was the famous animated explorer. We understand that this image may have been a "spec piece" designed to get Kellogg's interested in sponsoring the program. In reality, General Mills sponsored the Jonny Quest cartoon on TV.|
Walrus and WatchKellogg's Corn Pops
|The Walrus, a train conductor eats a bowl of Corn Pops while his alert Watch attempts to get him back to his job. The bowl was served to him by Poppy the Corn Pops Porcupine.|
Simba and MufasaKellogg's Froot Loops (Canada)
|Mufasa and his son Simba (1995) from Disney's animated movie, The Lion King.|
Mr. Mini-WheatsKellogg's Mini-Wheats
|Mr. Mini-Wheats was born in Twin Falls in 1998/1999. His father was wheat. His mother was sweet. He tried to make them both happy. He has two fronts and no back. He's a gemini with dual personalities.|
Mini-Wheat ThingKellogg's Mini-Wheats
|The Mini-Wheat Thing has a mini-wheat body with gloved hands, sneakers and eyes.|
Cinderella and the PrinceKellogg's Frosted Flakes (Canada)
|Cinderella and the Prince (1995) from Disney's animated movie, Cinderella, appeared with Tony the Tiger.|
Goofy and MaxKellogg's Corn Flakes
|Disney's father and son combo, Goofy and Max, appeared on boxes of Corn Flakes in 1994 in connection with their "Goofy Movie" release.|
Eet and ErnKellogg's Cereals and Website
|Eet was originally a small character with a big smile on assorted cereal boxes in early 2000, but morphed into a smiling horse character by the time the character hit the Kellogg's website in April 2000. Ern is a pig with sunglasses. The idea behind Eet and Ern is that consumers should EAT cereals with the "Eet and Ern" logo, then look inside the box for a special code that they can enter on the Kellogg's website. You collect points for each code entered. If you collect enough points, you can EARN a prize.|
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