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Cereal Topics (Bulletin Boards)

Please Note: Every cereal in The Cereal Project database has its very own message board. If your post or interest is about a specific cereal, consider posting on that cereal's page.

Please let us know if we've missed any cereals in The Cereal Project Database. Any information you can provide to help prove that a cereal existed would help greatly.
On this bulletin board, we encourage users to post links to cereal boxes they are offering for sale or trade. Just paste a link in the optional URL field to show off your goods, ie. links to eBay auctions, etc. If you're looking for a particular cereal box, let people know and check back soon for possible replies.
This is where people can just chat about cereal.

Most Recent Cereal Topic Posts:

"Looking for a 1977 Cheerios box featuring the Bionic Sticker/Refund pamphlet offer. It has Stretch Armstrong and Stretch Monster on it. My email is terrelljim70(at)gmail(dot)com."
Comment submitted: 5/10/2020 (#2063)

"I have some old Chex cereal boxes that feature space promotions. How much are they worth? Who could I sell them to?"
Comment submitted: 5/9/2020 (#2062)

"Looking for a 1965 Post Rice Krinkles Mustang giveaway cereal box."
Comment submitted: 5/1/2020 (#2054)

"I am looking for a Froot Loops Marshmallow Blasted Cereal Unopened."
By: Justin.2000 (Team Breakfast Member)
Board: Buy / Sell / Trade Cereal Boxes
Comment submitted: 4/30/2020 (#2050)

"I have a lot of Wheaties sports boxes. Some empty, some full, some broken down and flattened. Ready to get them out of my basement."
By: Cincyreds5 (Team Breakfast Member)
Board: Buy / Sell / Trade Cereal Boxes
Comment submitted: 4/19/2020 (#2038)

"Hi, I have a full box of Kellogg's Spider-Man cereal from 2002. I'm trying to figure out how much it is worth. The front and back are the same, and at the bottom it says 'Sample Not Intended For Sale.' So it is different than others I've seen. Can anyone help? Please email ppresnell(at)gmail(dot)com if so."
By: ppresnell (Team Breakfast Member)
Board: Buy / Sell / Trade Cereal Boxes
Comment submitted: 4/16/2020 (#2036)

"Hello everyone! I came into a LARGE collection of cereal boxes when my father-in-law passed. They range from the late 70s to around 2010. Please email me if there are any you've been searching for. chelsey(dot)glennon(dot)az(at)gmail.com"
Comment submitted: 1/31/2020 (#1993)

"I have two empty and flattened boxes of Trix cereal that were part of a General Mills testing survey. I was received them 20+ years ago while grocery shopping when asked to take part in a survey for General Mills. They have the traditional Trix logo and look is entirely black and white and are labeled "test first" and "test second" on the top of the boxes. Any idea what they might be worth? Thanks!"
Comment submitted: 1/27/2020 (#1989)

"I have a cereal box collection from the '90s that I want to sell. There are also some from the 50's and 60's as well as some premiums. I will be glad to send a list of everything I have to anyone who is interested. You can e-mail me at sgpodlena(at)gmail(dot)com"
By: Sharman (Team Breakfast Member)
Board: Buy / Sell / Trade Cereal Boxes
Comment submitted: 1/18/2020 (#1985)

"I am looking for a box of COSMIC KRISPIES from the early 90s. If anyone has one for sale please email me at airxiii(at)gmail(dot)com. Thanks."
Comment submitted: 1/8/2020 (#1981)

Most Recent Individual Cereal Comments:

Maverick commented on Krumbles Cereal
"The best cereal ever created by Kellogg's. The fact that it was and still is discontinued is a testament to the fact that Kellogg's is run by morons who don't give a crap. Perhaps someone else could make and market it under a different brand."
Comment submitted: 5/19/2020 (#25170)

Great Grains - Raisins, Dates & Pecans
"Has not been available in Vernon BC for months! I really really miss it - nothing else comes close!"
Comment submitted: 5/18/2020 (#25168)

Apple Raisin Crisp
Goober0891 commented on Apple Raisin Crisp Cereal
"This was by far my family's favorite cereal in the 80s and early 90s. It started as my parent's cereal and we ate the yummy candy cereals back then. One day due to a snow storm we ran out of candy cereal and ended up destroying the box of apple raisin crisp for breakfast before running out to play. We ended up buying 4 boxes a week afterwards haha! Miss this cereal"
Comment submitted: 5/18/2020 (#25167)

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