General Mills Is Bringing Back 4 Classic '80s Cereals

What's old is very often new, and in the case of food, nothing sells like nostalgia — the tastes you remember from childhood can make you want to buy a donut even though you're on a mission to eat healthier, or to a McDonalds or Yum! Despite the fact that it's estimated that over 280 million Americans of all ages will eat cereal at least occasionally in 2021, nothing evokes childhood memories quite like the breakfast staple — and that doubles when it's light and comes in a cartoon-ready box becomes a mascot and is full of sugar. "We're seeing consumers being drawn to flavors that remind them of their childhood and help evoke feelings of nostalgia and comfort," Tom Dixon, chief growth officer at Post Consumer Brands, told Progressive Grocer in 2021.

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