Introduced in 2002
Buzz Blasts Cereal emerged in supermarkets at the same time as two other Kellogg's cereals - Mickey's Magix and Hunny B's. The trio of cereals resulted from a multi-year alliance between Kellogg's and The Walt Disney Company.
In a press release announcing the cereals, Buzz Blasts were described as having "multi-colored flying saucer cereal shapes that 'orbit' around Buzz Lightyear, the aliens and rocket-ship graham pieces. A Buzz adventure continues on the back of the cereal box".
The character Buzz Lightyear is from the 1995 animated film Toy Story and the 1999 sequel called Toy Story 2. In both films, the character was voiced by actor Tim Allen. The association of the name "Buzz" to Tim Allen holds some irony considering that Allen was arrested for cocaine possession in 1978 and drunk driving in 1997. Substances such as cocaine and alcohol are said to make the user "buzzed".
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Comments About This Cereal
What do you think of Buzz Blasts?
Overall Average Rating = 5 (out of 5)
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Comment submitted: 5/18/2013 (#12117)
I dream of a day when Buzz Blasts will blast my own mouth again with green purple milky goodness. I'm sad now.
Comment submitted: 5/8/2013 (#11980)
I was crazy about this cereal. I was 12 when the movie came out. I can't remember how it tasted exactly, but spending breakfast with Buzz Lightyear with the ultimate.
Comment submitted: 5/3/2013 (#11920)
By Team Buzz Blast
Best cereal of my life! I remember playing Mario Party on the Nintendo 64 with my bowl of Buzz Blasts on the side. I only wish I could taste the sweet goodness at least once more in my lifetime :(
Comment submitted: 4/5/2013 (#11528)
By Cassi0119 (Team Breakfast Member)
I had this cereal as a child and for some reason every time I think about the perfect cereal this one is the one that pops up in my head. A lot of people don't remember this cereal but I do. I'm pregnant now and it's all I want... wish I could buy a box :/
Comment submitted: 3/7/2013 (#11157)
By Buzz for Life
This is not cereal. It is love, it is joy, it is beauty. It is a memory of a better time and a vision of a better future. It signifies all of the good that this world is capable of accomplishing. Some say that perfection is only a word, that it is an unreachable apex. Buzz Blasts Cereal is that unattainable perfection. If it does not return within my lifetime my only dream is that maybe someday, just maybe, my children can experience the true magnificence of this product. Though we suffer loss, though trials beset us all, we can all have hope. Hope in the return of Buzz Blasts.
Comment submitted: 3/3/2013 (#11118)
I first ate it as a 35 year old and loved it! Wish it came back!
Comment submitted: 9/22/2012 (#9198)
By S. Green
This was my favorite cereal in Junior High. Now I'm a full-on adult and I still miss it sometimes. I would definitely buy some if it came back for a limited time.
Comment submitted: 6/11/2012 (#7982)
By Kasandra923 (Team Breakfast Member)
This cereal was the beat ever created! If it doesn't come back I will never eat Kellogg's brand again! You would make so much more money if you brought it back. Not that Kellogg's doesn't make enough. Seriously you have all these fans that love it. Can you give me a reason why you won't bring it back?
Comment submitted: 5/11/2012 (#7630)
The cereal was happiness in its purest form. It didn't even need milk. I ate it as a cereal before school and had it for a snack after school.
Comment submitted: 4/21/2012 (#7353)
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