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Please Note: Every cereal in The Cereal Project database has its very own message board. If your post or interest is about a specific cereal, consider posting on that cereal's page.

Please let us know if we've missed any cereals in The Cereal Project Database. Any information you can provide to help prove that a cereal existed would help greatly.
On this bulletin board, we encourage users to post links to cereal boxes they are offering for sale or trade. Just paste a link in the optional URL field to show off your goods, ie. links to eBay auctions, etc. If you're looking for a particular cereal box, let people know and check back soon for possible replies.
This is where people can just chat about cereal.

Most Recent Cereal Topic Posts:

"Is Kellogg's crazy? Bring Danish Go Rounds back! They're missing the boat on gaining market share and product loyalty from those '60s and '70s kids that would now share this product with our own now adult children as well as our grandchildren."
By: kwalkowski1 (Team Breakfast Member)
Board: Missing Cereals
Comment submitted: 10/17/2015 (#967)

"Looking for Mr. T cereal box for a Christmas present. Email me if you're willing to sell: brianacierno926(at)gmail(dot)com."
Comment submitted: 10/15/2015 (#966)

"I am looking for an unopened Cheerios Cereal box from 2000 that comes with a gold dollar from the US mint.. Please contact me at saybia1(at)yahoo(dot)com."
By: saybia1 (Team Breakfast Member)
Board: Buy / Sell / Trade Cereal Boxes
Comment submitted: 10/9/2015 (#965)

"Hey - I'm looking for someone who is selling some not so collectible boxes for cheaper. Please contact me at ajakson11(at)yahoo(dot)com."
Comment submitted: 10/6/2015 (#964)

"I'm looking for a Post Cereal box with the State Coins premium advertised on it. I believe Alpha-Bits was one of the Post varieties that you can find the State Coin premium on."
By: zabayon (Team Breakfast Member)
Board: Buy / Sell / Trade Cereal Boxes
Comment submitted: 10/2/2015 (#963)

"I am looking for the Super Sugar Crisp box with the Archies record on the back. Please let me know if you have one or know where I could get one. Thank you. - BBQ Bob"
By: bbq bob (Team Breakfast Member)
Board: Buy / Sell / Trade Cereal Boxes
Comment submitted: 9/10/2015 (#959)

"Apitezo, advertised in the early 1900s, here is a newspaper ad for it, came as both "biscuits" and "grains". Another possibly: "Nu-Life", from the early 1900s, see 1903 article "Simple Simon Down to Date", which mentions it as "whole wheat, twice cooked, and is ready to serve". It calls it a flake.

Also "IT" cereal - an ad from 1903 calls it "the new and better breakfast food", says "You will live longer if you eat It", and notes it requires no cooking. The ad appears February 5 1903. It seems the cereal was introduced in 1903."
By: HappySwordsman (Team Breakfast Member)
Board: Missing Cereals
Comment submitted: 9/3/2015 (#956)

"The Malta Vita Pure Food Company had a cereal called "Vim". It is described as a new cereal in a 1904 newspaper."
By: HappySwordsman (Team Breakfast Member)
Board: Missing Cereals
Comment submitted: 9/3/2015 (#955)

"Hi, Mr. Breakfast! I'm not seeing Maltex, Cream of Rice, or Cream of Wheat in your (awesome) list. All three are/were hot cereals (as you know). Also, in the 1960s (and probably before) there was a flake cereal that had lots of small (1/4"?), raisin-colored discs (which were basically flat and circular). I'd think that these discs were made from dried raisins. For the life of me, I can't recall the name of that cereal! I'm confident that it was made by one of the huge, well-known cereal companies--maybe Post, Kellogg's, General Mills, Nabisco, etc."
By: Mark
Board: Missing Cereals
Comment submitted: 8/30/2015 (#953)

"Hi! I, too, really love this website!! Can somebody PLEASE help me identify a cold cereal that I KNOW existed? It's been SO long since I ate it and saw it that it almost seems as though it never existed. I'm not sure, but I believe that the last time I had this cereal, it was 1960-something. I believe that this cereal was a wheat flake cereal with small, flat, raisin-colored discs - these little discs were the defining feature of this cereal. My guess is that these dark little discs were dried and flattened raisins or grapes. I've looked and looked and looked. (As I'm able, I'll be going through this website's master cereal list.) This cereal must have disappeared decades ago! I KNOW that this cereal existed! For the life of me, I WISH that I could recall its name!! I'll be eternally grateful to anybody who gives me the name. Take care, Mark"
By: Mark
Board: General Cereal Talk
Comment submitted: 8/26/2015 (#952)

Most Recent Individual Cereal Comments:

Puffa Puffa Rice
Firequeen (Team Breakfast) commented on Puffa Puffa Rice Cereal
"I loved this cereal. The best ever. Wish they would bring it back."
Comment submitted: 11/23/2015 (#19690)

Puffed Rice (Quaker)
MISINPUFFEDRICE commented on Puffed Rice (Quaker) Cereal
"C'mon Quaker! I ate this cereal every day of my life until you made it unavailable! I have a really hard time believing you felt there was no market for it!? PLEASE BRING IT BACK! I have stopped purchasing all products made by your company until Quaker Puffed Rice is again available!"
Comment submitted: 11/23/2015 (#19689)

K.D.B. commented on Concentrate Cereal
"After all these years people are still talking about this cereal... hmmmm, think they should really consider bringing it back! Loved it!"
Comment submitted: 11/22/2015 (#19688)

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