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Amazon.com has 30-Count Kellogg's Cereal Single-Serve Boxes Assortment Pack for $6.50 when you "clip" the 25% off coupon (on item page) + checkout via "Subscribe & Save". Shipping is free.

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would probably help if you included the price in the title. Or else, no soup for you!
about 1.25oz each box or less. 2.4lbs of cereal.
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Price and vendor in title please.
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I'm very unhealthy, but I had to thinik twice when there were 9 boxes of frosted flakes.
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Seems like a good price though wouldn't feed my kids this stuff
Sincere question.. What cereal would you feed? Is Costco post honey bunches of oats ok?
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Sincere question.. What cereal would you feed? Is Costco post honey bunches of oats ok?
My 8 yr old loves Cheerios for a quick breakfast (he also eats the joes os knock off from Trader Joe's). 4 yr old will only eat pancakes (He likes the Whole Foods store brand and I add some whole yogurt to give them bulk... I make a bunch on Sunday for the week and heat them up.). Sorry I don't know about the Costco one but it doesn't sound bad Smilie
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Kellogg's Cereal filled with nothing but Sugar you should just feed them Sugar directly.
No vitamins just Sugar!
This is why kids are fat and are unhealthy, i would not feed my kids boxes of Sugar read the label Zero nutritional Value.
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Great deal actually but personally Think I'll just buy a 5 pound bag of sugar, stick it in bowls with milk and save myself a few bucks... snicker...yummy
Exactly why pay the middle man?
Look at the Label its basically a candy Bar with milk.
Garbage in garbage out.
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My 8 yr old loves Cheerios (he also eats the joes os knock off from Trader Joe's). 4 yr old will only eat pancakes (He likes the Whole Foods store brand and I add some whole yogurt to give them bulk... I make a bunch on Sunday for the week and heat them up.). Sorry I don't know about the Costco one but it doesn't sound bad Smilie
LOL feed those kids some damn food. "Only eat pancakes" wtf.
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Well I bought it for the running late days. Wish this was before Halloween I would have given these out. Kids usually like be getting these type of random things.
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Bought it as a filler for stocking stuffers for Christmas. My kids aren't allowed to eat this for breakfast but they are allowed sugar cereal for dessert sometimes. I figure it has a little more nutrition than candy.
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I'm very unhealthy, but I had to thinik twice when there were 9 boxes of frosted flakes.
This company donates millions to open borders and black lives matter groups.
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