Introduced in 2007
In 2007, Manischewitz introduced three cereals shortly before Passover: Cocoa Magic Crunch, Sunny O's and this product.
Passover, also known as Pesach, is an eight day Jewish holiday that commemorates the exodus and freedom of the Israelites from Egypt. In 2007, Passover began on the 3rd of April and continued until the 9th of April.
According to Kosher Today - The Community Of Kosher Food & Beverage Professionals (3/6/07), the three new cereals "are formulated with potato starch rather than matzo meal to adhere to stricter dietary laws, making it available for a larger audience to enjoy. The Cocoa Magic Crunch and Fruity Magic cereal products include fun and exciting childrenŐs activities on the back panel. These two products also leverage the 'Magic Max' character created to help make kosher learning fun and simple."
For more about the Magic Max character, check out the cereal Magic Max's Cocoa Magic Crunch.
Company Description: Manischewitz is the nation's largest manufacturer of processed kosher food products and the number one baker of matzo or unleavened bread in the world... Read on and see all cereals from Manischewitz
Comments About This Cereal
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Overall Average Rating = 1 (out of 5)
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Bought this cereal out of curiosity and I am having it right now as I type. I knew I was in trouble when I opened the box and saw what looked like dehydrated onion rings (red, orange and yellow color). Poured a generous amount of skim milk on top and this stuff started to foam. I can only describe the taste as a combination of soap and wax. Really, really bad. I feel for people who need to eat this stuff as Passover. Sorry. Two huge thumbs down.
Comment submitted: 3/30/2010 (#1818)