&[censored]</a> out! What sick bastard at Kellogs came up with this genius idea? Do these people ever leave their office? Does ANYONE at Kelloggs have a child?<br><br><br><a href="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/TheGraphicMac/~6/1">[img]http://feeds.feedburner.com/TheGraphicMac.1.gif" alt="The Graphic Mac: OSX & design community" style="border:0[/img]</a><br><br>
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Strawberry flavored thumbtacks, not that would be good. How about Tootsie Roll comes in a variety of shapes. Dogsh[i][/i]it should be a hot seller and maybe the kid would clean up the yard a little bit afterwards.<br><br><br><br><br><br>
Don't you just love this. On their corporate website:<br><br>Our Marketing Practices<br><br>We have a commitment to market our brands responsibly and communicate their benefits so that our consumers can make informed choices.<br><br>Kellogg Company’s worldwide marketing guidelines ensure that we have uniform standards of marketing and communication across the world. At Kellogg, we are constantly reviewing and revising our marketing guidelines to maintain our high standards. In June 2007, for example, we announced new guidelines that include what and how we market to children under 12.<br><br>here is their marketing for kids page<br><br>Pretty pathetic if they do come out with this. I am going to contact them and tell them how bad this is. http://www.kelloggcompany.com/contactus.aspx<br><br><br><br>my photos
Too bad I didn't see this earlier. Just got back from a very large grocery trade show in Long Beach. We saw the Kellogg's reps there, as well as many others. It would have been fun to quiz them about this particular product. I did not notice this product at the show, but fruit snacks don't blip too high on my radar screen.<br><br>The sad fact is that Kellogg's and General Mills are constantly trying to outdo each other in this product category. They both spend huge amounts on branding rights (Spiderman, Toy Story, Lego) and constantly come out with the new "latest and greatest" stuff to attract our kids. This is a frustrating product category for a grocery manager because it changes so quickly and many of these gimmicky products don't sell well and go out of code date. So, I'm kinda picky about which ones do and don't get brought into our store. Fortunately I don't have a corporate marketing dweeb sitting at a computer thousands of miles away designing planagrams and schematics for my store telling me what to put on my shelves. <br><br>Chris<br><br><a href="http://www.light-imagery.com/index.html"target="_blank"></a><br><br>
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Not sure how this is any worse than the hard candy blocks you can actually build with, that have been out for decades. I ate these things all the time as a kid. Taste like SweetTarts. Does everyone here live in a cave that they've never seen candy blocks?<br><br>Anyway I used to swallow legos a lot. Not purposefully, just stick 'em in my mouth when my hands were full when I was building things, then swallow them by mistake. No harm, you just poop 'em out.<br><br><br>Hey I'm an F'n Jerk!®
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