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It hurts my wallet to throw a just opened box of cereal in the trash, but today is a first. Straight Mcnasty. I just bought a box today and they had a coupon on it.
Check and see which box you have. Even the "more honey goodness" ones aren't right. They're closer, but they lose flavor so quickly and they start out squishy and sog rapidly.
At least there's still the generic ones. I threw an entire box away as well. Every time I pass honey smacks in stores now I look at it depressingly and apologize that I have to leave it in the store.
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Anonymous PissedConsumer Aug 01 Honey Smacks are now inedible -- like beads of cardboard. Anonymous PissedConsumer Jun 27 Anonymous PissedConsumer Jun 19 Moses J Moses J May 26 Anonymous PissedConsumer Mar 28 The cereal tastes like popcorn.
I want the old recipe back! Anonymous PissedConsumer Mar 20 I agree. It looks completely different and the taste is horrible.
I was so excited when purchase it and I wanted to share it with my kids. Soo disappointed. Anonymous PissedConsumer Feb 20 Now I buy Generic.
The generic brands use the original honey smacks recipe! Delicious and lower price. Screw the new Honey Smacks. What a letdown. Reply 3 0.
Jmari Jmari Jun 27 PissedConsumer Taste stale Anonymous PissedConsumer Jan 29 Anonymous PissedConsumer Feb 15 PissedConsumer They throw them away because it doesn't spark joy.
Anonymous PissedConsumer Dec 10, Like when coke tried new coke? Reply 2 0. Anonymous PissedConsumer Jan 24 PissedConsumer They bare also reducing the contents of their packages, giving the consumer less for more.
Anonymous PissedConsumer Nov 08, Honey Smacks simply known as Smacks outside the U. Introduced in , the cereal has undergone several name changes.
It started out as Sugar Smacks. In the UK in , a similar product called Sugar Puffs debuted;  it was formerly produced by the Quaker Oats Company, and by the mascot became a large hairy yellow creature called the Honey Monster.
In Australia, the cereal had been known as Honey Smacks since the s. However, Kelloggs Australia no longer markets the brand. In a comparison of the nutritional value of 27 cereals, US magazine Consumer Reports found that both Honey Smacks and the similar Post Cereals ' Golden Crisp were the two brands with the highest sugar content, more than 50 percent by weight , commenting "There is at least as much sugar in a serving of Kellogg's Honey Smacks [ The cereals are both sweetened puffed wheat.
Consumer Reports recommended parents choose cereal brands with better nutrition ratings for their children. The product title Honey Smacks is inconsistent with honey being a minor ingredient in the recipe.
The ingredient label implies that sugar and dextrose are at least two-thirds of the sugar ingredients by weight. Kellogg's announced a voluntary recall of certain Honey Smacks packages on June 14, , due to the possible presence of salmonella.
Various clowns served as the advertising mascot from to ,  including Cliffy the Clown and Lou Jacobs from the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus.
Ads with these clowns were known for showing them doing the "Sugar Smack Swing". In , a sailor-suit-wearing seal named Smaxey became the mascot.
In , the mascot became The Smackin' Bandit, a half- mule , half- kangaroo who kissed everyone in sight. The Smackin' Bandit was replaced in by the Smackin' Brothers, two boys dressed in boxing shorts and boxing gloves.
These ads usually featured the brothers wanting Sugar Smacks but winding up smacking each other instead. Also during , promotional box designs were briefly introduced featuring characters from Star Trek.
Paul Frees narrated these ads. In the early s, an Indian Chief appeared briefly, replaced by Dig'em Frog in He continued as the mascot when the cereal was rechristened Honey Smacks in the early s.
In these ads, Dig'em would appear in front of a group of kids, and they would eat some cereal together. Dig 'em was replaced by an animal more associated with honey , Wally the Bear, in in France.
Gang pestering a kid eating a bowl of Honey Smacks and doing anything to get some, and the kid would always refuse or just ignore Wally completely.
During the s, advertising campaigns for the cereal featured Dig'em attempting to have a bowl of Smacks while trying to outsmart his nemesis, Kitty.