Ice Cream Cones (cereal)

Ice Cream Cones (cereal)

Ice Cream Cones was a breakfast cereal from General Mills that was created in 1987. [ Cereals From Beyond 2 « The Metal Misfit] . Retrieved May 26, 2008.] [ V2 : Ice Cream Cone Cereal - Yum!] . Retrieved May 26, 2008.] [ The Boxtop Cereal Newsletter - Crunchy Nuggets for the Cerealist] . Retrieved May 26, 2008.] [ Topher's Breakfast Cereal Character Guide - General Mills Page Three] . Retrieved May 26, 2008.] The cereal consisted of puffs sweetened for chocolate or vanilla ice cream flavor, as well as sugar cone-shaped pieces sweetened for sugar cone flavor. The cereal’s spokesperson was an animated character called Ice Cream Jones, who delivered the cereal on an old-fashioned pedal bike.

The cereal was discontinued the same year it was introduced. It was shortly reintroduced in 2003 in a chocolate chip flavor to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the ice cream cone, but without Ice Cream Jones. [
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