Cereal Project > Quaker > Popeye Cocoa Blasts

Popeye Cocoa Blasts
From: Quaker
Introduced in 1993

This cereal was described on the package as a "frosted corn cereal made with real cocoa with natural & artificial flavors."

The first five ingredients listed on the package were corn flour, sugar, corn syrup, cocoa and partially hydrogenated cottonseed oil.

We've only found this product in an "economical stay-fresh bag" and don't believe it was ever available in a box. In 1993, the bag showed the cereal company as Stokely Van Camp. We have it listed under Quaker because Stokely Van Camp became a subsidiary of Quaker in 1983.

Related cereals that were available at the same time included Popeye Puffed Wheat, Popeye Puffed Rice, Popeye Sweet Crunch, Popeye Sweet Puffs and Popeye Fruit Curls.

This cereal later became known as Cocoa Blasts without the Popeye branding.

Company Description: The Quaker Oats Company was founded in 1901 with the merger of three oat milling operations in the Mid-Western United States. Since then, the company has expanded operations to include a number of grocery sectors. In addition to hot and cold breakfast cereals, their products include... Read on and see all cereals from Quaker
This cereal belongs to the following Mr Breakfast Cereal Families:
  • The TV Cereals Cereal Family
  • The Chocolate Cereal Family

  • Comments About This Cereal
    What do you think of Popeye Cocoa Blasts?
    There are no comments yet for this cereal. Be the first! Was it good? Was it bad?
    Do you have information not included in the article? Let the world know!

    Enter Your Review or Comments Here:

    Rate This Cereal:

    egg egg egg
    Rotten Pretty Bad Okay Very Good Awesome
    I Prefer Not To Rate This Cereal

    Security Question:
    Please type the name of the cereal below.

    Please type the name of this cereal in the space to the right

    Please enter the name of the cereal to the left:

    Connect With Mr Breakfast   MrBreakfast at FaceBook   Mr Breakfast On Twitter   Mr Breakfast On Pinterest