When you were a kid, back before you asked yourself things like, “How many calories is this” and “Is this healthy for me,” breakfast was judged on taste and sugar content. The more sugary the cereal, the better.
That’s what made Lucky Charms so popular. Somehow, this cereal managed to convince our parents to allow us to eat marshmallows at 8 in the morning. Frankly, the only problem with Lucky Charms were all those pieces of cereal that were not marshmallows.
General Mills has apparently been aware of this problem all along because they have made 10,000 boxes of Lucky Charms that contain only marshmallows and are giving all of us the chance to win them. Read more…
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