Hi Everybuddy -
Did you know that Friday was an important day? It was National Cereal Day, named in honor of Dr. Kellogg's invention of Corn Flakes in 1897. Dr. John Harvey Kellogg was the Superintendent of a sanitarium in Battle Creek, Michigan. The idea for corn flakes began quite by accident when Dr. Kellogg and his brother left some uncooked wheat sitting while they attending some urgent matters at the sanitarium. When they returned they discovered the stale flakes and tasted them. With some experimentation and toasting they invented what we know today as Kellogg's Corn Flakes. This is a lesson that should be acknowledged - some of the best things in life are discovered quite by accident. That's where the Siberian spirit of adventure comes into play. Mom should learn to embrace that and appreciate our ways of thinking.
We decided in honor of National Cereal Day we would present to the good folks at Kellogg's our version of Rice Krispies. What do you all think?
We pitched it and are waiting to hear when production will be launched. Watch for us in your local stores!
Happy Cereal Day!