Whistle Pops

This is one of the most unique candies on the market for a whole variety of reasons. There are many candies that are made all around the taste that they offer, but there are few food items or candy items that are made just because they can be used as a toy. Cereals and many … Read more

Sir Grapefellow

There are not many kinds of cereal that have been made by General Mills that did not experience long-term success. The company is famous for creating memorable and exciting cereal blends and styles that were often paired with silly and fun mascots. General Mills has sold some of the same cereals since the early 1900s … Read more

Fruity Yummy Mummy

Fruity Yummy Mummy is one of General Mills Monster Cereals. These cereals were first introduced in 1971 and featured a whole group of fun and silly monsters as well as colorful and enjoyable cereal flavors for the benefit of kids and adults alike. The original mascots were Franken Berry and Count Chocula, but an entire … Read more

Double Dip Candy

Have you ever heard of Double Dip Candy? This confectionary candy was introduced by Swizzles Matlow and became exceptionally popular for a short time frame. This powdery, sweet candy had a dipping stick and will closely remind you of the popular Fun Dip candy on the market today.  Let’s take a closer look!  Double Dip … Read more

Kaboom Cereal

The General Mills Company has been a leader in the cereal industry for a reason. They’ve turned out some really incredible cereals over the years and Kaboom is just one of those. This cereal was fun, delicious, and even loaded with vitamins. Does it really get much better than that?  Kaboom History Kaboom was released … Read more

Fruit Brute

This is one of the cereals that many people have forgotten that General Mills made during its Monster Cereal marketing and creation process. While Count Chocula and Franken Berry have remained familiar to most people, Fruit Brute and Fruity Yummy Mummy have largely been forgotten by cereal lovers everywhere. This is partly because of the … Read more

Thingamajig Candy

The Thingamajig candy was originally introduced in 1978 and had an entirely different name. The silly name of this candy bar was changed from Whatchamacallit but the general identity of the candy has always been pretty much the same. This is a really memorable bar for people who were kids in the 70s and it … Read more