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Kellogg’s to Launch New Chocolate Frosted Flakes

Kellogg’s to Launch New Chocolate Frosted Flakes

Customers can find them on store shelves in November

Kellogg’s is launching another new take on a classic cereal. In September, the brand gave Froot Loops a unicorn makeover. Now, customers will find Chocolate Frosted Flakes on store shelves nationwide.

“We stay close to our fans to make sure we are delivering the cereal experiences they want most, which is what resulted in the delicious flavor of Cinnamon Frosted Flakes launched last year,” Kellogg’s senior director of morning food marketing, Brad Schwan, said in a press release. “So, when we found out chocolate was the next most requested flavor, we set to work right away.”

The crispy toasted flakes will be covered in a rich, roasted cocoa frosting that the company says is perfect from the first bite to the last sip of leftover (chocolate) milk. It’s expected to hit all major retailers and grocery stores in November at a suggested retail price between $4.69 and $5.79.

For more cool breakfast stuff, check out these 13 bizarre cereals you won’t believe ever existed.


Another Cereal Is Seeing Supply Problems Because of Consumer Demand

As we inch ever so closer to the one-year "anniversary" of whatever date the reality of the pandemic set in for each of us, it&aposs easy to forget how quickly supply and demand was disrupted in those early days. Sanitizers and disinfectants disappeared from shelves, as did everything from meat to baking yeast. Restaurants and schools shut down overnight, leaving wholesalers with little choice but to dump all sorts of foodstuffs they could no longer sell. 

We&aposve reached a sort of fragile equilibrium since then, but the same shifts and snags that caused last spring&aposs scarcities aren&apost behind us yet. That would seem to explain why Kellogg has some not-so-gr-r-r-eat news about one of its most beloved cereals.

According to Bloomberg, Kellogg says the last few months have presented fresh supply challenges, particularly when it comes to keeping stores stocked with Frosted Flakes. That news was divulged during Kellogg&aposs most recent quarterly earnings call, where they more or less admitted that they weren&apost quite prepared to handle the unexpected surge in cereal interest inspired by COVID-19. 

"We weren&apost planning on growing 25 percent as we entered the year," Kellogg CEO Steve Cahillane admitted in an interview, calling the shift in consumer behavior that drove that growth "unknowable." 

Though our tendencies toward grocery hoarding have started to recede, it still hasn&apost been easy for Kellogg to keep pumping out Frosted Flakes at a time when production requires at least a little bit of extra caution. In response, they&aposve scaled back on promoting the cereal. Bloomberg hypothesized that the decision is responsible for the cereal&aposs decline in market share over the last quarter of 2020 given how easily people seem to be swayed by cereal ads. 

So lest you thought that Grape-Nuts was the only cereal staring down a shortage, it turns out that things people actually want to eat for breakfast are a bit harder to find these days, too. Hopefully as time goes by and more folks are vaccinated, we can all go back to what we&aposve missed the most: buying copious amounts of Frosted Flakes. 


Another Cereal Is Seeing Supply Problems Because of Consumer Demand

As we inch ever so closer to the one-year "anniversary" of whatever date the reality of the pandemic set in for each of us, it&aposs easy to forget how quickly supply and demand was disrupted in those early days. Sanitizers and disinfectants disappeared from shelves, as did everything from meat to baking yeast. Restaurants and schools shut down overnight, leaving wholesalers with little choice but to dump all sorts of foodstuffs they could no longer sell. 

We&aposve reached a sort of fragile equilibrium since then, but the same shifts and snags that caused last spring&aposs scarcities aren&apost behind us yet. That would seem to explain why Kellogg has some not-so-gr-r-r-eat news about one of its most beloved cereals.

According to Bloomberg, Kellogg says the last few months have presented fresh supply challenges, particularly when it comes to keeping stores stocked with Frosted Flakes. That news was divulged during Kellogg&aposs most recent quarterly earnings call, where they more or less admitted that they weren&apost quite prepared to handle the unexpected surge in cereal interest inspired by COVID-19. 

"We weren&apost planning on growing 25 percent as we entered the year," Kellogg CEO Steve Cahillane admitted in an interview, calling the shift in consumer behavior that drove that growth "unknowable." 

Though our tendencies toward grocery hoarding have started to recede, it still hasn&apost been easy for Kellogg to keep pumping out Frosted Flakes at a time when production requires at least a little bit of extra caution. In response, they&aposve scaled back on promoting the cereal. Bloomberg hypothesized that the decision is responsible for the cereal&aposs decline in market share over the last quarter of 2020 given how easily people seem to be swayed by cereal ads. 

So lest you thought that Grape-Nuts was the only cereal staring down a shortage, it turns out that things people actually want to eat for breakfast are a bit harder to find these days, too. Hopefully as time goes by and more folks are vaccinated, we can all go back to what we&aposve missed the most: buying copious amounts of Frosted Flakes. 


Another Cereal Is Seeing Supply Problems Because of Consumer Demand

As we inch ever so closer to the one-year "anniversary" of whatever date the reality of the pandemic set in for each of us, it&aposs easy to forget how quickly supply and demand was disrupted in those early days. Sanitizers and disinfectants disappeared from shelves, as did everything from meat to baking yeast. Restaurants and schools shut down overnight, leaving wholesalers with little choice but to dump all sorts of foodstuffs they could no longer sell. 

We&aposve reached a sort of fragile equilibrium since then, but the same shifts and snags that caused last spring&aposs scarcities aren&apost behind us yet. That would seem to explain why Kellogg has some not-so-gr-r-r-eat news about one of its most beloved cereals.

According to Bloomberg, Kellogg says the last few months have presented fresh supply challenges, particularly when it comes to keeping stores stocked with Frosted Flakes. That news was divulged during Kellogg&aposs most recent quarterly earnings call, where they more or less admitted that they weren&apost quite prepared to handle the unexpected surge in cereal interest inspired by COVID-19. 

"We weren&apost planning on growing 25 percent as we entered the year," Kellogg CEO Steve Cahillane admitted in an interview, calling the shift in consumer behavior that drove that growth "unknowable." 

Though our tendencies toward grocery hoarding have started to recede, it still hasn&apost been easy for Kellogg to keep pumping out Frosted Flakes at a time when production requires at least a little bit of extra caution. In response, they&aposve scaled back on promoting the cereal. Bloomberg hypothesized that the decision is responsible for the cereal&aposs decline in market share over the last quarter of 2020 given how easily people seem to be swayed by cereal ads. 

So lest you thought that Grape-Nuts was the only cereal staring down a shortage, it turns out that things people actually want to eat for breakfast are a bit harder to find these days, too. Hopefully as time goes by and more folks are vaccinated, we can all go back to what we&aposve missed the most: buying copious amounts of Frosted Flakes. 


Another Cereal Is Seeing Supply Problems Because of Consumer Demand

As we inch ever so closer to the one-year "anniversary" of whatever date the reality of the pandemic set in for each of us, it&aposs easy to forget how quickly supply and demand was disrupted in those early days. Sanitizers and disinfectants disappeared from shelves, as did everything from meat to baking yeast. Restaurants and schools shut down overnight, leaving wholesalers with little choice but to dump all sorts of foodstuffs they could no longer sell. 

We&aposve reached a sort of fragile equilibrium since then, but the same shifts and snags that caused last spring&aposs scarcities aren&apost behind us yet. That would seem to explain why Kellogg has some not-so-gr-r-r-eat news about one of its most beloved cereals.

According to Bloomberg, Kellogg says the last few months have presented fresh supply challenges, particularly when it comes to keeping stores stocked with Frosted Flakes. That news was divulged during Kellogg&aposs most recent quarterly earnings call, where they more or less admitted that they weren&apost quite prepared to handle the unexpected surge in cereal interest inspired by COVID-19. 

"We weren&apost planning on growing 25 percent as we entered the year," Kellogg CEO Steve Cahillane admitted in an interview, calling the shift in consumer behavior that drove that growth "unknowable." 

Though our tendencies toward grocery hoarding have started to recede, it still hasn&apost been easy for Kellogg to keep pumping out Frosted Flakes at a time when production requires at least a little bit of extra caution. In response, they&aposve scaled back on promoting the cereal. Bloomberg hypothesized that the decision is responsible for the cereal&aposs decline in market share over the last quarter of 2020 given how easily people seem to be swayed by cereal ads. 

So lest you thought that Grape-Nuts was the only cereal staring down a shortage, it turns out that things people actually want to eat for breakfast are a bit harder to find these days, too. Hopefully as time goes by and more folks are vaccinated, we can all go back to what we&aposve missed the most: buying copious amounts of Frosted Flakes. 


Another Cereal Is Seeing Supply Problems Because of Consumer Demand

As we inch ever so closer to the one-year "anniversary" of whatever date the reality of the pandemic set in for each of us, it&aposs easy to forget how quickly supply and demand was disrupted in those early days. Sanitizers and disinfectants disappeared from shelves, as did everything from meat to baking yeast. Restaurants and schools shut down overnight, leaving wholesalers with little choice but to dump all sorts of foodstuffs they could no longer sell. 

We&aposve reached a sort of fragile equilibrium since then, but the same shifts and snags that caused last spring&aposs scarcities aren&apost behind us yet. That would seem to explain why Kellogg has some not-so-gr-r-r-eat news about one of its most beloved cereals.

According to Bloomberg, Kellogg says the last few months have presented fresh supply challenges, particularly when it comes to keeping stores stocked with Frosted Flakes. That news was divulged during Kellogg&aposs most recent quarterly earnings call, where they more or less admitted that they weren&apost quite prepared to handle the unexpected surge in cereal interest inspired by COVID-19. 

"We weren&apost planning on growing 25 percent as we entered the year," Kellogg CEO Steve Cahillane admitted in an interview, calling the shift in consumer behavior that drove that growth "unknowable." 

Though our tendencies toward grocery hoarding have started to recede, it still hasn&apost been easy for Kellogg to keep pumping out Frosted Flakes at a time when production requires at least a little bit of extra caution. In response, they&aposve scaled back on promoting the cereal. Bloomberg hypothesized that the decision is responsible for the cereal&aposs decline in market share over the last quarter of 2020 given how easily people seem to be swayed by cereal ads. 

So lest you thought that Grape-Nuts was the only cereal staring down a shortage, it turns out that things people actually want to eat for breakfast are a bit harder to find these days, too. Hopefully as time goes by and more folks are vaccinated, we can all go back to what we&aposve missed the most: buying copious amounts of Frosted Flakes. 


Another Cereal Is Seeing Supply Problems Because of Consumer Demand

As we inch ever so closer to the one-year "anniversary" of whatever date the reality of the pandemic set in for each of us, it&aposs easy to forget how quickly supply and demand was disrupted in those early days. Sanitizers and disinfectants disappeared from shelves, as did everything from meat to baking yeast. Restaurants and schools shut down overnight, leaving wholesalers with little choice but to dump all sorts of foodstuffs they could no longer sell. 

We&aposve reached a sort of fragile equilibrium since then, but the same shifts and snags that caused last spring&aposs scarcities aren&apost behind us yet. That would seem to explain why Kellogg has some not-so-gr-r-r-eat news about one of its most beloved cereals.

According to Bloomberg, Kellogg says the last few months have presented fresh supply challenges, particularly when it comes to keeping stores stocked with Frosted Flakes. That news was divulged during Kellogg&aposs most recent quarterly earnings call, where they more or less admitted that they weren&apost quite prepared to handle the unexpected surge in cereal interest inspired by COVID-19. 

"We weren&apost planning on growing 25 percent as we entered the year," Kellogg CEO Steve Cahillane admitted in an interview, calling the shift in consumer behavior that drove that growth "unknowable." 

Though our tendencies toward grocery hoarding have started to recede, it still hasn&apost been easy for Kellogg to keep pumping out Frosted Flakes at a time when production requires at least a little bit of extra caution. In response, they&aposve scaled back on promoting the cereal. Bloomberg hypothesized that the decision is responsible for the cereal&aposs decline in market share over the last quarter of 2020 given how easily people seem to be swayed by cereal ads. 

So lest you thought that Grape-Nuts was the only cereal staring down a shortage, it turns out that things people actually want to eat for breakfast are a bit harder to find these days, too. Hopefully as time goes by and more folks are vaccinated, we can all go back to what we&aposve missed the most: buying copious amounts of Frosted Flakes. 


Another Cereal Is Seeing Supply Problems Because of Consumer Demand

As we inch ever so closer to the one-year "anniversary" of whatever date the reality of the pandemic set in for each of us, it&aposs easy to forget how quickly supply and demand was disrupted in those early days. Sanitizers and disinfectants disappeared from shelves, as did everything from meat to baking yeast. Restaurants and schools shut down overnight, leaving wholesalers with little choice but to dump all sorts of foodstuffs they could no longer sell. 

We&aposve reached a sort of fragile equilibrium since then, but the same shifts and snags that caused last spring&aposs scarcities aren&apost behind us yet. That would seem to explain why Kellogg has some not-so-gr-r-r-eat news about one of its most beloved cereals.

According to Bloomberg, Kellogg says the last few months have presented fresh supply challenges, particularly when it comes to keeping stores stocked with Frosted Flakes. That news was divulged during Kellogg&aposs most recent quarterly earnings call, where they more or less admitted that they weren&apost quite prepared to handle the unexpected surge in cereal interest inspired by COVID-19. 

"We weren&apost planning on growing 25 percent as we entered the year," Kellogg CEO Steve Cahillane admitted in an interview, calling the shift in consumer behavior that drove that growth "unknowable." 

Though our tendencies toward grocery hoarding have started to recede, it still hasn&apost been easy for Kellogg to keep pumping out Frosted Flakes at a time when production requires at least a little bit of extra caution. In response, they&aposve scaled back on promoting the cereal. Bloomberg hypothesized that the decision is responsible for the cereal&aposs decline in market share over the last quarter of 2020 given how easily people seem to be swayed by cereal ads. 

So lest you thought that Grape-Nuts was the only cereal staring down a shortage, it turns out that things people actually want to eat for breakfast are a bit harder to find these days, too. Hopefully as time goes by and more folks are vaccinated, we can all go back to what we&aposve missed the most: buying copious amounts of Frosted Flakes. 


Another Cereal Is Seeing Supply Problems Because of Consumer Demand

As we inch ever so closer to the one-year "anniversary" of whatever date the reality of the pandemic set in for each of us, it&aposs easy to forget how quickly supply and demand was disrupted in those early days. Sanitizers and disinfectants disappeared from shelves, as did everything from meat to baking yeast. Restaurants and schools shut down overnight, leaving wholesalers with little choice but to dump all sorts of foodstuffs they could no longer sell. 

We&aposve reached a sort of fragile equilibrium since then, but the same shifts and snags that caused last spring&aposs scarcities aren&apost behind us yet. That would seem to explain why Kellogg has some not-so-gr-r-r-eat news about one of its most beloved cereals.

According to Bloomberg, Kellogg says the last few months have presented fresh supply challenges, particularly when it comes to keeping stores stocked with Frosted Flakes. That news was divulged during Kellogg&aposs most recent quarterly earnings call, where they more or less admitted that they weren&apost quite prepared to handle the unexpected surge in cereal interest inspired by COVID-19. 

"We weren&apost planning on growing 25 percent as we entered the year," Kellogg CEO Steve Cahillane admitted in an interview, calling the shift in consumer behavior that drove that growth "unknowable." 

Though our tendencies toward grocery hoarding have started to recede, it still hasn&apost been easy for Kellogg to keep pumping out Frosted Flakes at a time when production requires at least a little bit of extra caution. In response, they&aposve scaled back on promoting the cereal. Bloomberg hypothesized that the decision is responsible for the cereal&aposs decline in market share over the last quarter of 2020 given how easily people seem to be swayed by cereal ads. 

So lest you thought that Grape-Nuts was the only cereal staring down a shortage, it turns out that things people actually want to eat for breakfast are a bit harder to find these days, too. Hopefully as time goes by and more folks are vaccinated, we can all go back to what we&aposve missed the most: buying copious amounts of Frosted Flakes. 


Another Cereal Is Seeing Supply Problems Because of Consumer Demand

As we inch ever so closer to the one-year "anniversary" of whatever date the reality of the pandemic set in for each of us, it&aposs easy to forget how quickly supply and demand was disrupted in those early days. Sanitizers and disinfectants disappeared from shelves, as did everything from meat to baking yeast. Restaurants and schools shut down overnight, leaving wholesalers with little choice but to dump all sorts of foodstuffs they could no longer sell. 

We&aposve reached a sort of fragile equilibrium since then, but the same shifts and snags that caused last spring&aposs scarcities aren&apost behind us yet. That would seem to explain why Kellogg has some not-so-gr-r-r-eat news about one of its most beloved cereals.

According to Bloomberg, Kellogg says the last few months have presented fresh supply challenges, particularly when it comes to keeping stores stocked with Frosted Flakes. That news was divulged during Kellogg&aposs most recent quarterly earnings call, where they more or less admitted that they weren&apost quite prepared to handle the unexpected surge in cereal interest inspired by COVID-19. 

"We weren&apost planning on growing 25 percent as we entered the year," Kellogg CEO Steve Cahillane admitted in an interview, calling the shift in consumer behavior that drove that growth "unknowable." 

Though our tendencies toward grocery hoarding have started to recede, it still hasn&apost been easy for Kellogg to keep pumping out Frosted Flakes at a time when production requires at least a little bit of extra caution. In response, they&aposve scaled back on promoting the cereal. Bloomberg hypothesized that the decision is responsible for the cereal&aposs decline in market share over the last quarter of 2020 given how easily people seem to be swayed by cereal ads. 

So lest you thought that Grape-Nuts was the only cereal staring down a shortage, it turns out that things people actually want to eat for breakfast are a bit harder to find these days, too. Hopefully as time goes by and more folks are vaccinated, we can all go back to what we&aposve missed the most: buying copious amounts of Frosted Flakes. 


Another Cereal Is Seeing Supply Problems Because of Consumer Demand

As we inch ever so closer to the one-year "anniversary" of whatever date the reality of the pandemic set in for each of us, it&aposs easy to forget how quickly supply and demand was disrupted in those early days. Sanitizers and disinfectants disappeared from shelves, as did everything from meat to baking yeast. Restaurants and schools shut down overnight, leaving wholesalers with little choice but to dump all sorts of foodstuffs they could no longer sell. 

We&aposve reached a sort of fragile equilibrium since then, but the same shifts and snags that caused last spring&aposs scarcities aren&apost behind us yet. That would seem to explain why Kellogg has some not-so-gr-r-r-eat news about one of its most beloved cereals.

According to Bloomberg, Kellogg says the last few months have presented fresh supply challenges, particularly when it comes to keeping stores stocked with Frosted Flakes. That news was divulged during Kellogg&aposs most recent quarterly earnings call, where they more or less admitted that they weren&apost quite prepared to handle the unexpected surge in cereal interest inspired by COVID-19. 

"We weren&apost planning on growing 25 percent as we entered the year," Kellogg CEO Steve Cahillane admitted in an interview, calling the shift in consumer behavior that drove that growth "unknowable." 

Though our tendencies toward grocery hoarding have started to recede, it still hasn&apost been easy for Kellogg to keep pumping out Frosted Flakes at a time when production requires at least a little bit of extra caution. In response, they&aposve scaled back on promoting the cereal. Bloomberg hypothesized that the decision is responsible for the cereal&aposs decline in market share over the last quarter of 2020 given how easily people seem to be swayed by cereal ads. 

So lest you thought that Grape-Nuts was the only cereal staring down a shortage, it turns out that things people actually want to eat for breakfast are a bit harder to find these days, too. Hopefully as time goes by and more folks are vaccinated, we can all go back to what we&aposve missed the most: buying copious amounts of Frosted Flakes. 


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