Monstrously Delicious: An Oral History of Monster Cereals

For 50 years, these spooky cereals have haunted your breakfast aisle, creating a fanbase unlike any other. This is the story of where they came from, how they took off and what they meant to the world

The People v. Cap’n Crunch: Inside the Crunch Berry Lawsuits

Between 2007 and 2010, a number of misinformed consumers rained legal hell on Kellogg and PepsiCo when they discovered the companies’ kids’ cereals didn’t contain real fruit

Dunkin’ Cereal Is an Experiment in Both Corporate Allegiance and Regional Nostalgia

Dunkin’s Mocha Latte and Caramel Macchiato cereals are good, if you like sugary cereals. And even though I don’t, I knew I had to buy them anyway.

The Terrifying Gender Politics of ‘The Milk Is the Dad’

I can’t stop thinking about the cursed ‘Milk Before Cereal Rap’ TikTok