Makers Of Count Chocula Beer No Longer Need To Buy Out Town’s Cereal Supplies To Brew It

Makers Of Count Chocula Beer No Longer Need To Buy Out Town’s Cereal Supplies To Brew It

Ten months after a craft brewer in Fort Collins, CO admitted to buying up two grocery stores’ worth of Count Chocula to make beer, the cereal ale will be on tap for the general public to try. And this time, cereal lovers won’t find stores shelves empty as a result. [More]

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General Mills Cutting Artificial Flavors, Colors From All Its Cereals

Following the lead of Kraft, Nestlé, Panera, Subway, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell and other food-focused companies that have recently decided to ditch artificial ingredients, General Mills says it’s getting rid of artificial flavors and colors from all of its cereal lines. [More]

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Craft Brewer Admits He’s The Guy Responsible For Town’s Mysterious Count Chocula Shortage

Just in time for the spooky season, the city of Fort Collins, CO had a crunchy mystery on its hands: Someone had bought up all the boxes of Count Chocula cereal from two local grocery stores, prompting confusion and hunger in at least a few shoppers. Enough of a mystery to make the news, at least. [More]

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Guy Finds Mummified Bat In His Cereal, Count Chocula Reported Missing

First of all — I’m totally kidding about Count Chocula. I’m sure he’s just fine, safe in his Transylvanian marshmallow castle or wherever he keeps his coffin. But there is a man claiming he found a mummified bat in his breakfast cereal and he’s suffering from the kind of shock that experience surely brings. [More]

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Want Tinted, Flavored Cereal Milk All Year? Start Stockpiling Franken Berry & Count Chocula Now

We all want what we want when we want it. But there are those among us who practice patience in their desire for a particular product due to the fact that it’s only around for a limited time. No, not the McRib — we’re talking sugary, often electric-neon colored kiddie cereals: Boo Berry, Count Chocula and Franken Berry. Says one adult fan of the stuff, when it’s on the shelves in October, “I eat as much Boo Berry as I can.” [More]