A big change is coming to the cereal aisle. Kellogg’s Jumbo SNAX is proving that cereal is great snack, morning, noon and night.
For many people, cereal is an anytime treat and the new Kellogg’s Jumbo SNAX are making cereal even easier to enjoy whenever you want it. From convenient single serving packs to a bigger size, it is time to see why cereal snacking is so great.
The newest cereal innovation from Kellogg’s, Jumbo SNAX, transforms four favorite cereals into jumbo-sized bites. Additionally, the cereal is packaged in both single serving packs and a shareable bag. Are you ready to dig in?
The new Kellogg’s Jumbo SNAX is available in four flavors, Froot Loops, Apple Jacks, Corn Pops and Frosted Flakes-inspired Tiger Paws. Opening a package is like reintroducing yourself to an old friend, who just got a whole lot bigger.
For many people, cereal is a tasty snack. Many people remember cereal as being a favorite childhood snack. Who didn’t learn to feed themselves by picking up pieces of cereal?
While cereal can be a great way to start your day with a fiber boost, cereal is fun. Whether it was watching Saturday cartoons with that special bowl or a little treat to brighten up a special day, that bowl of cereal often brings the happy.
This new snackable cereal brings those iconic cereals into a more portable and bigger form. Each bite still offers that taste that people crave, but the size is more fun for grabbing a handful.
As for the four flavors, the most interesting one is definitely the Frosted Flakes-inspired Tiger Paws. First, who could resist the idea of a paw shaped cereal bite. Who isn’t saying grrrr-eat just by the shape.
More importantly, it is an interesting way of bringing the flake-like cereal into a snackable form. The new SNAX brings that iconic flavor in a new shape. It will definitely have people wanting to do a taste test.
All the new Kellogg’s Jumbo SNAX will be available in stores starting in May. These new cereal snacks could become the must have summer treat. Maybe it could be the new ice cream mix-in, too.
What do you think of the new Kellogg’s Jumbo SNAX? Will you want to try all four flavors?