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Froot Loops Cereal Straws

Froot Loops Cereal Straws

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Taste test: This variation of the delicious Froot Loops cereal transforms them into a whole new shape, as they're shaped like straws that are both drinkable and edible. So you can drink some milk through the straw, in theory flavoring the milk as you drink, and then eat the actual staws. Each straw was shaped kind of like a Froot Loop in its cross section, except extended over six inches long. The outside of the straws was made from cereal material, in orange, red and yellow colors for various straws, with a sugary coating on the inside. The art on the box also showed some green ones, but there were none of that color in the box. When drinking through the straw, all I tasted was milk. So I ate the straw, and there was some Froot Loops-like taste, but it was too sugary with a waxy feeling, not nearly as good as actual Froot Loops.

Aroma: Smells like Froot Loops.

Manufacturer: Kellogg Company

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From the package: "Yummy cereal straws make drinking milk fun!" ... "Dunk 'em, sip milk up and crunch 'em down. At home or on-the-go, they're strawesome any time of the day!" ... "Chocolatey, crunchy tubes for milk-sipping fun!" ... "Good Source of 7 Vitamins! With milk, that means calcium for stronger bones and other essential vitamins to provide what your growing one needs."

This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Star Market (formerly Shaws, and Star Market again before that), Porter Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .

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