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Sugar Stars
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Sugar Stars Cereal
Average Rating = 5 (out of 5)

By Vin72

Rating (out of 5):

I loved them as a kid, when they were called Sooty's Sugar Stars! There was also Sweep's Coco Pops, and Sue's Ricicles.

Comment submitted: 2/6/2019 (#23918)

By SugarSandwich

Rating (out of 5):

My mouth waters at the very memory of them. Probably my all-time favorite cereal. Puffa Puffa Rice was bloomin' nice too!

Comment submitted: 8/10/2018 (#23352)

By Katherine Leigh

Rating (out of 5):

I remember a commercial for Sugar Stars featuring Huckleberry Hound and a smaller lookalike relative of his called 'Nervous Ernest'. Unlike the supremely confident Huckleberry, Ernest was very timid and continually expecting disaster to befall him. He insisted on calling the product 'Lucky Stars' since he believed they protected him from misfortune. Sugar Stars was an oat cereal like Cheerios or Post Alpha- Bits. Eventually they dropped the word 'Sugar' from the name, maybe sometime in the 1970s when the public started to believe that added sugar was unhealthy.

Comment submitted: 2/8/2018 (#22707)

By Johnny Retro

Rating (out of 5):

BRING THEM BACK! When I enjoyed them they had SOOTY on the UK packets and you got free plastic figurines of Sooty, Sweep & Soo inside as free gifts. HAPPY days!

Comment submitted: 5/18/2017 (#21771)

By Matt

Rating (out of 5):

My favorite cereal as a young boy. I would so love to be able to try them just one more time. I know their flavor and texture would take me 50 years back in time.

Comment submitted: 8/16/2016 (#20705)

By Lethal L.

Rating (out of 5):

I adored these as a child. I remember these flying off the shelves and our local supermarkets were always running out of stock. Please bring them back Kellogg's :(

Comment submitted: 8/13/2016 (#20696)

By Ian9

Rating (out of 5):

Loved them. Sadly, my teeth are now in too bad of shape to enjoy them if they returned.

Comment submitted: 8/23/2015 (#19376)


Rating (out of 5):

I loved this cereal. I wish they would bring it back.

Comment submitted: 7/10/2015 (#19212)

By Tintin

Rating (out of 5):

I wish they would bring these back again too. I loved them as a child but was rationed how much I could eat. Now, I could eat them to my hearts content if they ever came back. I actually thought they were called All-stars but memory plays tricks on you when you get older. Please Kellogg's - bring them back if you are reading this.

Comment submitted: 5/1/2015 (#18961)

By Marky

Rating (out of 5):

Sugar Stars were my favorite cereal as a young boy. When production stopped, my Mother wrote to the company. They replied that they had a manufacturing problem where there was too much waste and broken stars in each packet. I can remember being very upset about this.

Comment submitted: 10/11/2014 (#17814)

By Alby

Rating (out of 5):

I'd love to know what happened to take these off the market. They were my favorite cereal in the late 60's.

Comment submitted: 9/15/2013 (#14026)

By Rob586

Rating (out of 5):

I loved Puffa Puffa Rice and Sugar Stars. The latter disappeared some time in the early 70s. I think anything with Sugar in the name was thought of as unhealthy, hence why Sugar Smacks became just Smacks, etc.

Comment submitted: 7/3/2013 (#12640)

By Starman

Rating (out of 5):

Sugar Stars was the best tasting cereal until they came out with a new improved flavor which wasn't as good.

Comment submitted: 6/4/2013 (#12270)

By Dampwaffle

Rating (out of 5):

I liked Frosted Sugar Stars. My favorite childhood cereals were, in order: Frosted Sugar Stars, Rusket Flakes, Post Crispy Critters, and Life cereal. Only Life is still around, and Wheatabix are the closest thing that I can find to the remembered flavor of Rusket Flakes though they are not quite the same. I don't remember seeing Frosted Sugar Stars after the mid-sixties.

Comment submitted: 5/25/2013 (#12169)

By Kembrew

Rating (out of 5):

I'm showing my age here, but I loved Sugar Stars. About that same time or a couple years later (mid-60's), I also loved another cereal you can't get anymore called Clackers - it had the flavor of Golden Grahams, but the texture of a hearty fiber cereal. As a kid, I was a cereal junky.

Comment submitted: 2/14/2013 (#10805)

By Jezza

Rating (out of 5):

How I remember the Puffa Puffa Rice and Sugar Stars as a child - and probably enjoyed them both. I wonder why they were eventually phased out? How about Kellogg's reintroducing them to the market?

Comment submitted: 9/8/2010 (#2808)

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