Cereal Home > Cereal Topics (Bulletin Boards)

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:

"Hello! I'm selling a complete set of SEALED 2013 General Mills Monster Cereals w/ Retro Boxes! Never opened, cereal still inside and all. Also a box of 2017 Halloween Crunch! Link to FB Marketplace Listing, and I will work-out shipping with anyone interested. Thanks!"
By: BenMorgan (Team Breakfast Member)
Board: Buy / Sell / Trade Cereal Boxes
Comment submitted: 9/22/2020 (#2562)

"Hi Mr Breakfast - A new cereal coming soon From KELLOGG'S and LITTLE DEBBIE and it's called Oatmeal Creme Pie Cereal."
By: malcolmw
Board: Missing Cereals
Comment submitted: 9/18/2020 (#2560)

"I have a Smurf-Berry Crunch Cereal Box. Wondering what it might be worth."
Comment submitted: 9/12/2020 (#2559)

"Hi! One of these times, I'll get this RIGHT!! My favorite cold cereals were Alpha-Bits, Cocoa Puffs, Frosted Flakes (Kellogg's), Sugar Pops, and Wheaties Bran with Raisin Flakes. If I could, I'd go back to 1962 and stay there FOREVER. Be free. Mark"
By: Mark
Board: General Cereal Talk
Comment submitted: 9/10/2020 (#2556)

"I have two Jeff Gordon unopened boxes of Frosted Mini-Wheats from 1994 and 1995. I also have a 1989 NBA World Champions Cereal Box for Whole Grain Wheaties. What are they worth?"
By: bwilson1214 (Team Breakfast Member)
Board: Buy / Sell / Trade Cereal Boxes
Comment submitted: 9/8/2020 (#2549)

"Hello - anyone know where I may find a Jessie Diggins Wheaties Box? They are relatively recent, so this might not be the right place to ask. Thought I'd try."
Comment submitted: 8/27/2020 (#2541)

"JayEBrez – I am very interested in buying the 100+ Wheatie collection but cannot seem to find your contact info. You can reach me at lolajselby2020(at)gmail(dot)com. Let me know!"
Comment submitted: 8/26/2020 (#2540)

"I have an unopened Fedorov Crunch box, a unopened Stevie's Stars box, and a unopened Wheaties 1998 Women's Olympic Gold Ice Hockey team."
Comment submitted: 8/22/2020 (#2538)

"[Continued…] I'm not so sure that THE GREAT AMERICAN CEREAL BOOK is right — I saw something (in Internet Archive) about this cereal having been introduced in the 1950s (which I find very plausible). I can say that this cereal's name didn't ring a bell with me — I've been hoping that I'd remember some long, lost wonderful cereal name — that I'd go, "Oh, yeah!!!That's what it was!!! I haven't thought of THAT name for FOREVER!!!!!" Tentatively, I believe that the cereal that Teri and Deb-6 and I so very fondly remember is or was POST BRAN & PRUNE FLAKES. I suspect that it was introduced before 1964 — my guess would be that it was introduced in the 1950s (just a guess, for now!). If it's the right cereal, then the raisin-colored discs that I definitely and distinctly remember weren't dried raisins — they were dried prunes (plums) — prune flakes (which, unless I'm dreadfully wrong, were flat like discs). And yes!! MrBreakfast.com's Cereal Project has a web page for this cereal!!! I'm not sure that I've come up with the right answer. I'd say that the odds are about 50/50. I'll keep (those of) you (who care) POSTed…. I hope that I've made at least one individual happy. Take care, Mark"
By: Mark
Board: Missing Cereals
Comment submitted: 8/21/2020 (#2537)

"Hi, everybody! I've been trying hard to identify the delicious cereal that Mom served us when we were little, in the early (and possibly middle) 1960s (Comment #953, below). Well…the book — THE GREAT AMERICAN CEREAL BOOK — that I've been waiting on finally arrived today!!!! I'm not sure, but I think that — at long, long last — I've identified the cereal that I (and Teri and Deb-6) loved so much. I think that it was POST BRAN & PRUNE FLAKES. However, according to MrBreakfast.com's Cereal Project, this cereal was introduced in 1970. If that's really true, then it can't be the cereal that I so fondly remember from my childhood. But, according to THE GREAT AMERICAN CEREAL BOOK, POST BRAN & PRUNE FLAKES was launched in 1964. If so, it could be the cereal that Teri and Deb-6 and I have been trying to identify!! (I think that it is.) There are a number of video-recordings of POST BRAN & PRUNE FLAKES TV ads in YouTube and in Internet Archive. I grew up in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s (having been born in 1955). The TV ads that I've seen (and heard) so far are certainly of/from the early or middle 1960s — they're not from 1970. (I'd bet real money on it.) Still…I've always remembered eating this wonderful-tasting cereal when I was very young — no later than in the very early 1960s (1960, 1961, and 1962). [To be continued…]"
By: Mark
Board: Missing Cereals
Comment submitted: 8/21/2020 (#2536)

Most Recent Individual Cereal Comments:

E.E. commented on Atlantis Cereal
"This cereal is my sisters childhood and it would mean the world to her if she could have another box."
Comment submitted: 9/29/2020 (#25538)

Oat Flakes (Post)
Gen X Oat Flake commented on Oat Flakes (Post) Cereal
"My favorite childhood cereal! I'm 51 now and hope to have it again someday!"
Comment submitted: 9/28/2020 (#25537)

Buzz Blasts
Brittany commented on Buzz Blasts Cereal
"Best cereal I've ever eaten. I miss it so much, and get strong cravings for it from time to time."
Comment submitted: 9/28/2020 (#25535)

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