From: Annie's Homegrown
Introduced in 2007

This cereal was described on the box as a "toasted corn & whole oat cereal made with real cinnamon" with "no icky additives or pesky preservatives."

The cereal was eventually discontinued. In late 2017, Annie's reintroduced a version of the cereal. The box of the new version declared: "We're gluten free!" and "Cinna-Yummm!" The name of the new cereal is ever so slightly different with no space between "Cinna" and "Bunnies". It is called "Cinnabunnies".

2017 Version of Cinnabunnies Cereal

As of 2019, the ingredients listed on the nutrition panel were whole grain sorghum flour, white rice flour, cane sugar, chickpea flour, tapioca syrup, expeller-pressed sunflower oil, calcium phosphate, baking soda, cinnamon, sea salt, natural flavor and mixed tocopherols (vitamin E) to protect flavor.

Company Description: This company was founded in 1989 by Annie Withey who the company's website refers to as "an organic farmer, wife, and mother of two." Their first product was an all-natural macaroni and cheese product called Shells & White Cheddar. Throughout the 90's, Annie's Homegrown expanded... Read on and see all cereals from Annie's Homegrown

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