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The Crazy True Story About “Franken Berry” Cereal

Back in August, we reported that General Mills would be tying its famous Monster Cereals into election season with a “Monsters Cereal Election” campaign. The boxes are decorated like spooky, silly Presidential campaign posters with the three monsters, Franken Berry, Boo Berry and of course Count Chocula giving their best “Vote for me!” poses. We […]
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