My Burritos love Kellog's Mini wheat which is good because it has 23% dietary fiber in it. We also like their Rice Krispies when making rice cripes treats. Other cereal that we like at home is cherries and my favorite is Kashi's Go Lean Crunch Honey Almond Flax. It has as much protein as an egg. But anyhow, Kellogs has a Family Rewards program where you can collect points out of the codes that they have in the box. All you have to do enter the said code at the website and you can redeem it for any prize that you want.
I qualified for a free wristband with the codes I entered so they sent me one. The wristband has a "Breakfast Rocks" printed in it. I don't really need the wristband but I redeemed it just because for every wristband, a free meal would be given to a hungry child.
Very good reason for redeeming it. Well done DianeReplyDelete
that's good, the kids eat healthy, you get something free and for a great cause.ReplyDelete
Thanks for alerting me - I had not noticed this on the boxes. Our favorite is Special KReplyDelete
Have a wonderful day!
oh! i hope to find the same the next time we purchase kellogg's here. it's the kids' cereals here, frosties, regular cornflakes, cocopops...hayz, sometimes i'd buy 3 different variants :)ReplyDelete
That is one good marketing strategy for them. Not only promoting their product but also the charity organization.ReplyDelete
My son sometimes ask me to buy him kellogs cereal, especially if there is freebies along with it, such as toyReplyDelete
That's a nice wrist band.ReplyDelete
I think that's a good thing that you can help another child just by buying your own family food. We need to find good ways of helping the less fortunate.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful way to give back. I would be happy to join you!ReplyDelete
My kids only eat Coco Pebbles, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Cookie Crisp, and I eat Kellogs Special K. we don't eat healthy cereal, everything is sweet :)ReplyDelete
It's like a remembrance for a good deed. Nice color. :)ReplyDelete
That was nice when some cereals these days offered things that makes other people happy. i also remember cheerios were giving free books for kids to read! Now, Kelloggs has its own ways to make the other have some food on their plate. I would definitely buy Kelloggs too.ReplyDelete
My boy is not too fond of cereal for breakfast but, when he does have one, he chooses Rice Krispies.ReplyDelete
this keepsake will be popular again here in the country esp that election is on the wayReplyDelete
a nice freebie for a frequent buyers. we love cereals too.ReplyDelete
We haven't tried that, we usually buy the cornflakes...ReplyDelete
It is always good to feed the family something healthier and guilt-free.. or at least guiltless. I am not so much of a cereal person, but my husband is. Once in a blue moon I like to have some cereal though. hehehe.. :)ReplyDelete
What a great cause that is easy to support! Thanks for the heads up on that. I never notice those things. Mia of PragmaticMomReplyDelete
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