From: General Mills
Introduced in 1999
"Welcome to Generation Chex."
This product has been described on the box as a "sweetened oven toasted corn cereal with real honey and natural almond flavoring."
In 2000, a television commercial showed a conservative father and his punk rock daughter sitting at the same table, quietly eating this cereal. A narrator explained their differences and the one thing every family should have in common:
"Father... daughter... conservative... liberal... Rachmaninoff... rock and roll... practical... not (practical)... What brings them to the table? Honey Nut Chex. A delicious taste. An amazing crunch. If they could share this family value, what next? Maybe conversation? (complete silence) Maybe after breakfast. Honey Nut Chex... Welcome to Generation Chex."
Company Description: Officially created in 1928, General Mills traces it's history back to the 1860's and the ownership of two flour mills. Since then, the company has become the world's 6th largest food company - marketing to over 100 countries... Read on and see all cereals from General Mills
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Comments About This Cereal
What do you think of Honey Nut Chex?
Overall Average Rating = 5 (out of 5)
What was the name of the Rachmaninoff song played in the commercial? Anybody know? I loved it!
Comment submitted: 5/7/2013 (#11963)
I remember this being very good. I would buy it again.
Comment submitted: 4/14/2012 (#7179)
By cereal-king (Team Breakfast Member)
There was first Honey Nut Oat Chex made in 1990 - are they on your site?
Comment submitted: 1/25/2012 (#6293)
Stated simply: It's the best thing ever!!!
Comment submitted: 12/15/2010 (#3442)
I love the honey nut chex, but wonder if it may contain msg? I'm getting the same kind of reaction I get when ingesting msg. I have celiac disease, and am very sensitive to additives, a lot of them lumped under the term artificial flavor. Would appreciate a reply, as I'm not sure if it is the cereal causing the problems. My email is email@example.com if you care to reply. Thanks! Tinker Strom
Comment submitted: 12/1/2009 (#991)