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The Pink Poop Panic

General Mills introduced two new cereals in 1971, Count Chocula and Franken Berry. Like Lucky Charms, they were cereals studded with colored marshmallows, super-sweetened to appeal to children. Both cereals were an immediate hit, and even today show up in grocery aisles around Halloween. Some kids noticed a side effect of eating Franken Berry right away, that it made your poop bright pink.
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