Thursday, January 19, 2017

This week in the cereal aisle: A marriage between General Mills and Girls Scouts of America

Photo by Retiring Guy

Girl Scout cookie cereal: Coming to a breakfast table near you.  (USA Today, 10/24/2016)
Suggest Thin Mints cereal be stored in freezer.  As marketing ideas go, General Mills might score with its Girl Scout cookie cereals. The cookie campaign, a key way that the organization raises funds, is a fixture in offices across the U.S. But don't expect the cereals to stick around forever. They are labeled "limited edition," meaning they disappear when cookie sales go on hiatus.

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