There are some endeavors so inherently delicious, it’s a wonder more people don’t undertake them. But alas, not everyone has the means to craft a ginormous 5.5-ton Rice Krispies treat and steal the world record for doing so.
You don’t have to show a proof of purchase to claim $15 in a class action lawsuit against Kellogg. Just be someone who bought Kellog’s Rice Krispies or Cocoa Krispies between June 1, 2009 and March, 1 2010.
For the second time in a year, Kellogg Company has been called to the principal’s office at the Federal Trade Commission and slapped on the wrist for misleading customers into thinking its cereal products offer unproven health benefits.
Blaine was crestfallen that Jumbo Rice Krispies didn’t live up to his dreams of a bigger, better, Krispie-er version of the regular Rice Krispies he knew and loved. He found them mealy and soggy, and complained to the company, which pretty much admitted he was right — at least that the cereal isn’t a jumbo-sized version of the original.
And you guys thought the Rolling Stones selling out was a recent thing…