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Sesame Street
From: Post
Introduced in 2013

I've nicknamed this cereal Sesame Street Cereal (or Elmo Cereal) so it doesn't look like a mistake in our database of cereals that start with C. The actual name of the product is C Is For Cereal. The front and back of the box both prominently feature the Sesame Street character Elmo.

The front of the box describes the cereal as a "natural apple flavored oat and corn cereal with other natural flavors." To emphasize the flavor, the cereal seems to be subtitled "A Is For Apple". So ostensibly, the name of the cereal could be considered Post's Sesame Street C Is For Cereal A Is For Apple cereal.

Additional text on the box indicates that this cereal "contains nutrients that help support healthy brain development, (that is has) 22g Whole Grain per 27g serving, (and that it is) ideal food for little ones!"

Upon the cereal's introduction, the back of the box featured a game called "Words with Elmo! Help Elmo read the words that go along with the pictures."

Sesame Street C Is For Cereal

Another variety of this cereal was introduced at the same time called Cookie Monster Banana. That cereal featured Sesame Street's Cookie Monster on the front of the box.

Company Description: Founded by C.W. Post, the company began in 1895 in Battle Creek, Michigan under the name Postum Cereals. Their first product was a coffee substitute called Postum. The first breakfast cereal to come from the company was Grape-Nuts in 1897... Read on and see all cereals from Post
Sesame Street Cereal Review Sesame Street Cereal has been reviewed on MrBreakfast.com.

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    Overall Average Rating = 3 (out of 5)

    Official Member: Team BreakfastBy sweetie (Team Breakfast Member)

    Cereal Rating (out of 5):

    This is one of the strangest cereals I've ever tasted. It has a vaguely granny smith apple-y flavor, but it's not sweet at all (which plays bizarro mouth-brain tricks since apples are inherently sweet). It's addictive, though. I love it with goat milk.

    Comment submitted: 1/9/2014 (#15687)

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