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Big G Monster Cereals Promo

Each fall fans across the country go batty for Big G Monster Cereals. Count Chocula®, Boo Berry® and Franken Berry® have added spoonfuls of spooky fun to traditions for more than 40 years. New this year, the Monster Cereals boxes have a new look. The best time to fine the spook-tacular favorites is in the weeks leading up to Halloween.

The Monster Cereals will be available from September 26-October 31 at your local Target® checkout aisle, retailing for approximately $1.99. Available for a limited time, so grab your boxes of Monster Cereals before they disappear for another year.

General Mills was kind enough to send us a sample of the prize pack that will be given to one of our lucky readers and I have to say the cereal was delicious and didn’t last long in our house! I love the new look of the cereal boxes!

About Count Chocula® Cereal:
A spoonful of spooky fun in every bowl, Count Chocula is a whimsical way to start the day. Made with whole grain corn, Count Chocula combines chocolaty cereal with colorful marshmallow shapes to create a delicious cereal that kids and adults can enjoy. Each serving of this playful, monster-themed cereal is low in fat with no cholesterol or saturated fat. It’s also a good source of calcium, whole grain, and 9 other essential vitamins and minerals. General Mills monster-themed cereals include Boo Berry, Count Chocula, and Franken Berry

Fun Facts
·    Count Chocula is one of three Monster Cereals (The others are Boo Berry and Franken Berry)
·    Count Chocula cereal was first introduced in March of 1971
·    Count Chocula is a vampire who prefers chocolate to blood
·    Count Chocula tagline- “I vant to eat your cereal!”
·    The first images of Count Chocula were drawn by artist George Karn,  in the 1980’s the Count Chocula character was ‘re-stylized’ and new boxes were introduced (including a set where Count Dracula- Bela Lagosi- is chasing a terrified Count Chocula)

About Franken Berry® Cereal:
A spoonful of spooky fun in every bowl, Franken Berry is a whimsical way to start the day. Made with whole grain corn, Franken Berry combines strawberry-flavored cereal with colorful marshmallow shapes to create a delicious cereal that kids and adults can enjoy. Each serving of this playful, monster-themed cereal is low in fat with no cholesterol or saturated fat. It’s also a good source of calcium, whole grain, and 9 other essential vitamins and minerals. General Mills monster-themed cereals include Boo Berry, Count Chocula, and Franken Berry.

Fun Facts
·    Franken Berry is a cuddly, pink version of the Frankenstein monster
·    Franken Berry is afraid of BooBerry
·    Franken Berry loves strawberries
·    Launched second to Count Chocula in October of 1971
·    Franken Berry co-starred with Count Chocula in commercials
·    Franken Berry voice was provided by Bob McFadden and was done in imitation of Boris Karloff (Known for the Frankenstein movies)
·    To this day, Franken Berry still wears the same clothes that he wore when we was first created

About Boo Berry® Cereal:
A spoonful of spooky fun in every bowl, Boo Berry is a whimsical way to start the day. Made with whole grain corn, Boo Berry combines blueberry-flavored frosted cereal with colorful marshmallow shapes to create a delicious cereal that kids and adults can enjoy. Each serving of this playful, monster-themed cereal is low in fat with no cholesterol or saturated fat. It’s also a good source of calcium, whole grain, and 9 other essential vitamins and minerals. General Mills monster-themed cereals include Boo Berry, Count Chocula, and Franken Berry.

Fun Facts
·    Third cereal of the line of Monster Cereals
·    Boo Berry is a Blue ghost with a red bow-tie and red and yellow striped hat
·    Launched in 1973
·    Cereal compared to Lucky Charms® however it’s a blueberry cereal with blueberry marshmallows
·    The marshmallows are often referred to as ‘spooky fun marshmallows’
·    The voice of Boo Berry was based on that of Peter Lorre- the voice was provided by  Paul Frees who was also the voice of the Pillsbury Doughboy and Frosty the Snowman

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