They’re simply corn flakes with sugar
They guaranteed to rot your teeth – well thats what mum told me!
The cereal was first introduced in 1952 as Sugar Frosted Flakes.
Kelloggs Frosted Flakes or (Frosties) competed against the Honey monster with there very own Tony the Tiger – though very similar to the Esso Tiger in the Tank
Tony the Tiger has been the mascot of Frosted Flakes since its introduction. Tony the Tiger was originally voiced by Thurl Ravenscroft, who continued until his death in 2005. The character is currently voiced in the USA by the former professional play-by-play announcer, Jim Van Horne, who also played Tony the Tiger in a television commercial in 1997. He can be seen wearing a red ascot on all frosted flakes cereal boxes. In the UK, Tony the Tiger also was voiced by his original voice artist Thurl Ravenscroft but after his death Tom Hill voiced Tony in the UK.
The word “sugar” was dropped from the product in the 1980s during a time when many cereals dropped “sugar” from their titles
Do you think Kelloggs Frosties are greeeeaaaatttttt?
The holes are there because its a radio, the sound has to come out of it somewhere!
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