General Mills Retro Cereal 4 of 5 Giveaway

By Shannon Gosney
In Food
March 13, 2011
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We love General Mills products in our home….whether it’s Cheerios, Honey Nut Cheerios, the list goes on and on.  In 2009, I had a blast at the General Mills Blogger Event in Minnesota, where I learned a ton about General Mills, as well as their different products.  I was excited to recently have the opportunity to review the new and limited General Mills Retro Cereal Packages!

Now through mid-March, the cereal aisle just turned into memory lane.  While supplies last, Target stores nationwide will carry five limited-edition General Mills Big G cereal boxes featuring fun “Retro” package designs and cartoons from the 50s, 60s, and 80s.  This year, the packaging was chosen based on a national survey conducted by General Mills, which asked consumers to pick their favorite Retro package designs.  The top packages chosen include Cheerios (1956), Trix (1968), Honey Nut Cheerios (1984), Cinnamon Toast Crunch (1984), and Lucky Charms (1989).

“Retro is so in right now – whether it’s clothing, cars, games or packaging,” said Lindsay Backer, associate marketing manager.  “We’ve seen great success with this promotion the last few years and continue to build on that with the packaging and promotions offering families fun and memorable breakfast experiences that evoke childhood memories.”

This year, consumers were also asked to share thoughts and opinions about their childhood memories of breakfast cereals, including favorite characters, promotions, prizes, cartoon characters and shows.  Many identified rings, submarines and cars as favorite promotions on cereal packages; most preferred prizes over games and favorite Big G cereal characters were Lucky the Leprechaun, the Trix Rabbit and Buzz from Honey Nut Cheerios.

The package promotion on each of the cereal boxes features Retro cartoons.  After the packages reach the stores, consumers can go to www.grocerysavvy.com and view some cartoons from the past, while enjoying a fun morning with family and friends over breakfast.  If families are looking for a little challenge during breakfast, they can test each other’s knowledge on milestones during the original package introductions such as, a gallon of gas cost 22 cents in 1956; the original Hawaii 5-0 debuted on TV in 1968, and now it’s back on the air; Apple Macintosh was introduced in 1984 and stonewashed jeans were all the rage; and in 1989 the Berlin Wall came down.

This promotion marks the fourth year retro packages have been re-introduced and is being supported with Target ad circulars, prominent promotional space at check lanes in all stores, blog outreach featuring retro trivia contests, and radio promotions across the country.

Big G cereals are pleased to support families by providing both entertainment and nutritious breakfast options.  Cereal is one of the healthiest breakfast choices parents can make, giving families yet another reason to feel good about choosing Big G cereals.  Ready-to-eat cereal has fewer calories than most other common breakfast options, while also being nutrient-dense and many varieties are low in fat.

The limited-edition cereal boxes are available exclusively in Target stores nationally.  For a Target store near you, visit www.Target.com, and for more information on Big G cereals visit www.GrowUpStrong.com or www.WholeGrainNation.com.

FEATURED CEREAL FUN FACTS – 1984 – Cinnamon Toast Crunch

Pop Culture:

-#1 Song: “When Doves Cry” – Prince
The Cosby Show debuts on NBC.  The sitcom is widely considered the most popular show of 1980
– Vanessa Wiliams becomes first African American Miss America
– Mary Lou Retton wins two gold, two silver and two bronze Olympic medals

Politics/News:

– The Space Shuttle Discovery takes off on its maiden voyage
– Ronald Reagan defeats Walter Mondale with 59% of the popular vote, the highest since Richard Nixon’s 61% victory in 1972.  Reagan carries 49 states in the electoral college; Mondale wins only his home state of Minnesota by a mere 3,761 vote margin and the District of Columbia

Popular Fads/Products etc:

– The Apple Macintosh is introduced
– The Band Aid single is released
– Stonewashed jeans are introduced

GIVEAWAY

1 lucky reader will win a General Mills Retro Cereal Prize Pack, including 1 package with five limited edition boxes of General Mills Big G Cereals and 1 $10 Target Gift Card!!!!

WIN IT!!! (MANDATORY ENTRY)

– Tell me in a comment one favorite memory you have of Trix from your childhood.

EXTRA ENTRIES:

– Follow The Mommy-Files on Twitter – 1 ENTRY
– Tweet about the giveaway – 1 ENTRY DAILY
– Become a Fan of The Mommy-Files on Facebook– 1 ENTRY
– Follow me through Google Connect (new on the right side of the blog) – 1 ENTRY
– Subscribe to my blog – 1 ENTRY
– Add my Mommy-Files button to your blog and include the URL – 1 ENTRY
– Comment on any Non-Giveaway post on The Mommy-Files – 1 ENTRY per post comment (no limit)
– Blog about this giveaway and include the URL – 5 ENTRIES

RULES:

– Contest will close at 11:59 p.m. PST on Thursday, March 17th, 2010! Any entries after this time will be deleted!
– Contest open to U.S. residents only.

I received product samples from General Mills to facilitate this review.  The giveaway was sponsored by General Mills.  All opinions expressed in this post are 100% mine.

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Shannon Gosney is the author of The Mommy-Files, a national blog with a loyal following. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development with a Minor in Business Management. With 3 active boys, Shannon loves living on the Central Coast near San Luis Obispo, California, as well as traveling around the world. A full-time Social Media and Professional Blogger, Shannon also serves as a National Brand Ambassador for many well-known companies. Her blog focuses on motherhood, family fun activities, traveling and recipes while providing professional opinions on products, performances, restaurants, and a variety of businesses.

285 Responses to “General Mills Retro Cereal 4 of 5 Giveaway”

  1. Margaret Smith says:

    I remember my brother and I eating Trix cereal on many mornings. We both loved the fruity taste so much and often asked our Mom to purchase Trix cereal.
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  6. Adrienne Gordon says:

    I loved voting every year to get the rabbit a box.

  7. Marilyn Wons says:

    My favorite memory of Trix from my childhood was enjoying a bowl on my grandma’s porch in the summer!

  8. Kerry says:

    My niece and nephew used to eat Trix when they were little so that’s what I’m reminded of. The commercials were cute too.

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  11. Amber says:

    My favorite memory of Trix from childhood is when the colors would turn my milk into rainbow swirls!

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  15. Denise S says:

    I remember getting to eat them almost every morning as a very young kid.
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  18. Shannon Baas says:

    I loved the bright colors.

  19. Jen says:

    My favorite memory of trix cereal is my brother and I eating this for breakfast every morning before school and comparing the cool colors of our milk when finished!

  20. Vicky says:

    I didn’t eat too much Trix but always loved the commercials!

  21. Margie says:

    I used to like to sort the different colors in Trix.

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  25. Richard says:

    My favorite memory of Trix are the Saturday morning commercials.

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  28. angie says:

    trix was my sisters favorite cereal and I can remember having breakfast with her when we were kids
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  31. Kiara says:

    My favorite memory was me and my friends all eating Trix cereal at our sleepovers.
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  33. Mary O says:

    commercials!! Trix are for rabbits!!!

  34. Pat says:

    I remember hearing “Trix are for kids”.

  35. carrie ovard says:

    I just remember seeing the fun commercials on tv and wanting that kind of cereal.
    But, heck I still eat it today, that is how much I liked it.

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  38. Linda Kish says:

    My son used to eat Trix. I always liked the commercials.

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  41. angie says:

    I remember seeing all of the Silly Rabbit commercials during Saturday cartoons.

  42. Jessie C. says:

    Me and my sisters were crazy about silly bunny of Trix, we had PJs and all kids of collections of it.

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  47. Jeff says:

    I remember the commerical for trix.

    “Silly mom, Trix are for kids”.

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  51. Tari L. says:

    I remember sitting at the kitchen table with my brothers and sisters and closing our eyes while trying to guess what flavor we were being given.

  52. ohkeeka says:

    I remember all the “Trix are for kids” commercials

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  56. Mami2jcn says:

    I remember the funny Trix commercials…silly rabbit, trix are for kids! I think they even made t-shirts with that slogan.

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  61. Holly says:

    We always got TRIX as a special treat for breakfast on Christmas morning.

  62. crystle tellerday says:

    the Trix TV commercials

  63. Cynthia R says:

    i loved watching the twix commercials, I always wanted that poor bunny to get his trix

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  66. Jackie says:

    I remember the fruity aroma that came from the box each time it was opened. I also remember the commercials on tv. Thanks!
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  70. sandra says:

    i used to eat trix even as a snack without milk

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  72. Karen Gonyea says:

    The smell of a freshly opened box of Trix is UNFORGETTABLE !!!

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  74. Rachel C says:

    I remember the ads on Saturday morning cartoons.

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  77. Tina M says:

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  81. Alicia Webster says:

    I wasn’t allowed to have sugared cereal when I was a kid, but I got to eat Trix when I stayed over at my friend’s house, and it was yummy 🙂

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  84. jerricapuck says:

    I remember whenever my cousin and I would always vote for the rabbit ;; he deserved some!!

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  89. Linda says:

    My daughter always loved eating Trix in the morning when growing up.

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  91. susitravl says:

    The Commercials! So funny.
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  92. bonita12 says:

    We always liked singing a long to the commercial.

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  96. Vickie Couturier says:

    we used to eat this cereal an watch the commericals on tv,,usually my kids like the rabbit

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  97. Monique Rizzo says:

    We used to seperate the flavors in seperate piles and eat em alone.
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  98. nan says:

    i remember the triz bunny commercials from saturday morning cartoons
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  101. deana c says:

    My favorite memory of Trix from when I was a kid was the commercial where he says “Trix are for kids”. calvad at aol dot com

  102. Denise B. says:

    I remember digging through the cereal to fin the prize.

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  104. Linda Lansford says:

    favorite memory I have of Trix is the taste

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  109. Nicole Vosburgh says:

    We used to race and eat the Trix by colors. Fun times 🙂

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  111. katklaw777 says:

    We used to sort our Trix by color…my sister would never eat the green ones, so I got to!

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  117. Suzanne K says:

    My favorite childhood memory of Trix is watching the ‘silly rabbit’ commercials! loved them!

  118. Courtney S says:

    i just remember how much I loved the commercials as a kid!

  119. Katherine C. says:

    I remember getting a special spoon in a box of Trix. My siblings and I fought over it. It was a fun spoon though!

  120. Jacob LaFountaine says:

    I don’t like milk so I’d eat a handful straight out of the box

  121. jennifer b says:

    I would eat them by color the yellow first because i liked them least

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  126. corrie says:

    I never got to eat trix cereal as a child. But all i remember is the commerical trix are for kids you silly rabbit.

  127. amanda says:

    i always watched trix commercials and wanted that silly rabbit to finally succeed in eating that cereal!
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  132. Janna Johnson says:

    Eating Trix with my younger sister!
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  133. Cynthia C says:

    I remember watching the “Silly Rabbit” ads on tv.

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  136. nik says:

    The “Let The Rabbit Eat Trix” campaign…and Rabbit actually got to eat them!

  137. Sarah says:

    I remember the tv commercials with the wabbit.

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  139. Ashley says:

    I loved Trix it was one of my favorite cereals when I was a kid! I always loved the silly rabbit!
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  143. Erica C. says:

    I remember getting a spoon in a box Trix. It was great because it would change colors when it went into the cold milk!

  144. I remember not getting to eat Trix because it was a sugar cereal. As an adult, I eat Trix all the time now!!!

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  150. Daniel M says:

    none, we didn’t get sugary cereal when we were kids

  151. Kerry says:

    My memory was always separating the colors and eating them as a group:)

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  153. Suzanne Lewis says:

    I loved to eat all of each color before I moved on to the next one.

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  154. kittycardero says:

    My memory of Trix was always seeing the ads and wondering what the rabbit would be up to next.

  155. Joseph says:

    My favorite memory is eating all the same color ‘like all the Red” of Trix at one time, then another color and so on until they were all gone. What can I say, I was a weird kid.

  156. mrsshukra says:

    There was no Trix where I grew up!

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    My mom wouldn’t let us have Trix when I was a kid but I remember loving the commercials.

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  165. Aleks says:

    I like how it turned the milk pinkish.

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  167. Rebecca Peters says:

    I always laughed at the bunny and the commercials..
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  171. Leslie S. says:

    We would get to eat in the living room and watch Saturday morning cartoons.We went through a lot of Trix cereal.My 3 year old is now hooked on it lol.Thanks!
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  172. Kim H. says:

    I don’t know if this was a favorite memory. I was born in 1966. So in the 70’s I really felt the Trix Rabbit was put upon since he couldn’t eat his own cereal.

    Since that time I’ve sort have felt the same. C’mon! Rabbits eat grains, you’d think if a cereal had a rabbit as a spokesperson he’d be able to eat his own cereal.

  173. Ed Nemmers says:

    We used Trix as Christmas lights on the family gingerbread house!

  174. amie d says:

    When I was younger I used to mix Trix w/ Peanut Butter and eat it for dinner! Thanks!

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  178. Pat says:

    I remember “Trix Is For Kids” on TV.

  179. Rosey says:

    The “Silly Rabbit, Trix are for Kids” commercials were a hoot. We still use that saying today from time to time. I remember the smell of Trix too, that light fruity scent always smelled so good when you opened the box in the morning.

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  183. Sylvia says:

    My favorite Trix memory was the commercials!

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  186. Emma Peel says:

    The bright colors and how they popped in your mouth

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  190. Shawn says:

    I don’t really have a favorite memory of Trix. It was not my favorite GM cereal, I always liked Lucky Charms the best. I do remember watching the TV ads as a child though, and the famous line,” silly rabbit Trix are for kids.”

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  192. Shelley Mitchell says:

    I remember when my mom would let us have Trix for dinner. It was such a big treat and we would get so excited!!

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  193. Karin says:

    the commercials on TV

  194. Robert Phillips says:

    Every Saturday the commercials with the trix rabbit.

  195. Amy Delong says:

    my favorite part was always the toys in the box
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  200. clynsg says:

    Trix wasn’t around when I was a child, but I did enjoy the commercials when my kids were small.

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  203. Melanie says:

    I used to love watching the milk turn different colors.

  204. Happi Shopr says:

    It was Daddy’s favorite cereal. I remember us all eating a bowl of cereal as a night-time snack.

  205. Johannah B says:

    I can remember filling my pockets with them and eating them while walking to school. I don’t think we had any “ziploc” type bags at our house, or maybe anywhere back then!
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  209. barbara wright says:

    We would always have Trix in a bag on the way to a vacation when I was growing up

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  214. susan smoaks says:

    when i was little we weren’t allowed to get trix but i loved to eat it at my friends house

  215. Susan Smith says:

    I remember picking out my favorite flavors from the Trix box

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  219. Roxann says:

    Trix used to be my favorite when I was little and it was my kids favorite also.

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    Mine would be sitting on the outside steps with my little sister throwing up in the air and trying to catch them in our mouths

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  226. DanV says:

    A favorite memory of Trix is watching the Trix commercials

  227. Sand says:

    I remember eating Trix for breakfast on Saturday mornings.

  228. Veronica Garrett says:

    My favorite memory is eating Trix while watching Saturday morning cartoons.

  229. Gianna says:

    I didn’t eat it as as kid but I buy it for mine.

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  232. brian e. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway…when I was a kid my older sister once told me that the raspberry Trix would turn my hair red if I ate them.

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  233. Jennifer J says:

    i’d sneak trix out of the box when my parents weren’t looking!

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  236. R Hicks says:

    I remember always looking forward to eating Trix because it was colorful and yummy

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  242. Susan D says:

    I remember how friends used to use the TRIX ad tagline while joking with one another, namely, “Silly Rabbit. TRIX are for kids.”

  243. Sarah L says:

    I remember my sister and I were always quoting: “Silly Rabbit, Trix are for kids.”
    Thanks for the contest.

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  248. Mildred says:

    I do not have any favorite Trix childhood memories unless you count hearing its ads on Saturday morning TV as others in the house are watching TV, giggling

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