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What’s better than baked oat clusters, crisped rice, coconut, cranberries, raisins, banana chips, sunflower seeds, and a dash of cinnamon? Not much, really. Try our new Kellogg’s Granola Fruit and see for yourself. #tasteofgreat
We all have that special way to eat our Granola. Do you prefer it with milk, with yoghurt and fruit, or straight out of the bag? Let us know in the comments whether you’re A, B or C? #tasteofgreat
John Harvey Kellogg introduced granola way back in 1878. It was based on an earlier invention, called granula, which needed to be soaked in water before it was eaten. Luckily, Kellogg’s Granola can be enjoyed straight out of the bag, with milk or yoghurt or just like that. #tasteofgreat
That moment when you decide that this is it. You’re finally ready to start your great. A taste of great to start your great…breakfast that makes you get up and get it done today
We adore this Granola so much, we decided to let our emotions loose and get poetical. Show us how much you love Granola – write us a poem :) #tasteofgreat
We are crazy about coconut! How does the taste of Granola make you feel? Happy enough to dedicate a poem to it? #tasteofgreat
Original or Fruit? Which are you going to try first? Let us know with a vote. Like for Original, Love for Fruit. #tasteofgreat
Did you try our irresistibly tasty new Kellogg’s Granola? #tasteofgreat
Can’t decide on what to eat? Treat yourself to some delicious Kellogg’s® Crispy French toast. Get the kids involved.

Ingredients
• 8 cups Kellogg’s ® Corn Flakes® cereal
• 2 cups milk
• 2 eggs
• ½ cup sugar
• 1 tablespoon cinnamon
• 8 slices bread • golden syrup or honey

Directions
Place crushed Kellogg’s® Corn Flakes® in a shallow pan. Set aside In medium bowl, combine milk, eggs,...
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#DidYouKnow, Kellogg’s® cereals were sold for the first time in South Africa in 1923. We are proud to have served you and your family every morning for the last 93 years.
To the people we call family – with whom we share so much more than a last name – this day is for you! Go ahead and tag a family member and send them a message in the comments below expressing your love and appreciation for them.
Whether you're spending your day celebrating your culture or just having a braai - Happy Heritage Day from all of us at Kellogg's®
Don’t trick yourself – a glass of orange juice is no substitute for an actual breakfast! Listen to your tummy and start your day with a balanced breakfast of Kellogg’s®, milk and a piece of fruit. Kellogg’s® cereals contain essential nutrients such as B-vitamins, vitamin A and C. The perfect way to start your great!
When you sit down for a bowl of Kellogg's cereal, you can take the time to plan your goals for the day. Mapping your day out each morning improves your chances of starting your great. #GreatBefore8
#DidYouKnow by 2005 Kellogg’s® products were manufactured in 17 different countries and marketed in more than 180 countries around the world?
Why be good, when you can be great? Begin your day with a bowl of Kellogg’s® and some fruit and then go on and show the world how great you are! #StartYourGreat
Here’s to those moments we share and the amazing ideas and solutions we come up with when we work together! Celebrate Swap Ideas Day by tagging a friend who you confide in when you have a great idea.
What does greatness mean to Karabo? Becoming a professional soccer-playing engineer of course! What does your little one wish to be when they grow up? Let us know in the comments below!
We had loads of fun at the Street Food Festival: Johannesburg last weekend and it’s all thanks to you! Let’s do it again next year.
While the first corn flake was developed in 1898, it took another 12 years before Corn Flakes were commercially boxed and sold #CerealFanatics