General Mills Retro Cereal Giveaway 3 of 5

By Shannon Gosney
In Food
March 10, 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 – Honey Nut Cheerios

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 Wednesday, March 16th, 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 Gurnee is the author of RedheadMom formerly "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. Shannon and her husband, Frank, have a large family with 6 awesome kids and love 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, fashion, beauty, technology, wedding ideas and recipes while providing professional opinions on products, performances, restaurants, and a variety of businesses.

284 Responses to “General Mills Retro Cereal Giveaway 3 of 5”

  1. Margaret Smith says:

    I remember my brother and I enjoying Trix for many morning breakfasts. We both loved the fruity taste and w;ould often ask our Mom to buy it for us.
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  6. Amber says:

    I love how Trix would leave rainbow swirls in my milk as a kid!

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  9. Kiara says:

    I liked watching the Trix commercials.
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  10. Stephanie A says:

    I used to pick out all the yellow trix because i didnt like them!

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  14. susitravl says:

    We didn’t get Trix often at home, but Grandma always had them for us when we visited!
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  18. Susan C says:

    I remember me and my sister always teasing our mom by saying “Silly Rabbit”!
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  21. Eileen says:

    I dont have a lot of memories of Trix specifically but that we BEGGED my mom to buy this and once in awhile she would…if it was on sale. I also remember my lil brothers reciting the commercials for all the cereals!

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  25. Margie says:

    Trix was a favorite because of all the different colors.

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  27. Karin says:

    I just remember the rabbit saying “Trix, Trix, Trix are for kids!” in the TV ads.

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  30. Jessie C. says:

    Me and my sisters were crazy about Trix silly rabbit and asked Trix rabbit PJs for Christmas

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  35. SANDY says:

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  36. Tari L. says:

    I remember sitting in the kitchen with my brothers and sisters and closing our eyes and trying to guess which flavor the person gave us.

  37. ohkeeka says:

    I remember eating Trix as a kid, and of course all the commercials

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  41. Mami2jcn says:

    I remember the Trix commercial with the rabbit. “Silly, Rabbit! Trix is for kids!”

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  45. Melissa M. says:

    I remember having it as a special weekend treat (mom wouldn’t let us have it on school days!)

  46. deana c says:

    My favorite memory of Trix as a kid was the commercial always hearing “Trix are for Kids!” and believing it!

  47. sandra says:

    no particular childhood memory, but we still eat it!

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  49. Candace says:

    I remember eating it while watching cartoons in the morning.

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  54. Jackie says:

    I remember loving the Trix commercials as a kid…and I loved the fruity smell when I opened the box! Thanks!
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  55. Rachel C says:

    Never had them as a kid, but hubby likes them!

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  57. Linda says:

    My daughter always had to have Trix in the morning when she was growing up

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  61. Kathy Rambousek says:

    I remember eating those little round fruit balls right out of the box as a snack

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  66. Tina M says:

    I remembered the Commercial Silly Rabit,Trix are for kids!

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  71. Eve says:

    I use to put trix in a zip lock bag and take it to school for snack as a child

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  74. Heather S says:

    I would watch Sat morning cartoons and eat Trix right out of the box

  75. Carole Spring says:

    I remember loving the many colors of the Trix cereal.
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  77. Costana Hornbaker says:

    i loved Trix all by itself as a kid no milk just dry!!!!

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  80. Denise B. says:

    I remember digging through the cereal to find the prize.

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  82. Denise S says:

    I remember getting to eat them almost every day as a kid.
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  85. Suzanne K says:

    My favorite memories of Trix are loving the silly rabbit in his Trix commercial

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  87. Joy F says:

    Eating it before school in the mornings.

  88. Linda Kish says:

    I never really ate Trix but I loved the commercial and the rabbit.

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  91. Daniel M says:

    we didn’t eat trix as kids

  92. Linda Lansford says:

    I remember we did not have trix

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  95. Kimberly says:

    My favorite memory is that it’s was a special treat cereal
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  96. Monique Rizzo says:

    We would seperate the colors in baggies and eat them seperately.
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  97. Jeff says:

    I remember looks for the prize when I visited the grocery stores. I also remember the rabbit.
    “Silly, trix’s are for kids”. Something like that.

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  101. Cynthia C says:

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

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  104. Geri says:

    My favorite memory was from the Trix commercial, “Silly wabbit, Trix are for kids!”

  105. Cynthia R says:

    i always loved the trix commercials, always wished that poor bunny would enjoy at least one spoonful. Also loved honey nut cheerios, liked to play whatever game was on the box

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  108. Joyce says:

    I remember liking all the colors of the individual balls of cereal, and how it sweetened the milk in the bowl. jgs0925(at)gmail(dot)com

  109. Karen Gonyea says:

    I remember fighting with my siblings to see who got to open the new box….. because we LOVED the smell the first time you opened the box – it made the ENTIRE kitchen smell fruity 🙂

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  111. Debra F says:

    I remember we weren’t able to get kids cereals often, so it was a treat when we got to have Trix for breakfast.

  112. icefairy says:

    I never had Trix when I was a kid, but I tried some with my son. They are colorful and fun to eat for children.

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  117. Rachel D. says:

    I remember when the cereal was shaped like fruit and I used to use it as food for my barbies!

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  120. Debbie C says:

    I remember teasing my little sister that she could not have her Trix cereal unless she was a rabbit.

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  122. nik says:

    It was one of my favorite Saturday morning cartoon breakfast-in-front-of-the-TV-while-my-parents-were-in-bed cereals. 😉

  123. jennifer b says:

    I always loved eating trix by the color haha

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  128. Vickie Couturier says:

    my favorite memory would be watching the commericals back then,they were most delightful!

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  129. amanda says:

    i always loved the commercials…. i always wished that silly rabbit could have some trix!
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  134. Natalie U. says:

    my brother and I loved Trix but it was definitely a treat for us and not an everyday thing so when we were little we would get excited when my mom gave it to us
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  137. angie says:

    I always remember seeing all of the Silly Rabbit commercials during Saturday cartoons when I was a kid.

  138. Sarah says:

    I remember the tv commercials with the rabbit.

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  140. nan says:

    i remember the trix bunny commercials from saturday morning cartoons
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  143. katklaw777 says:

    It would have to be the Trix commercial, “Silly wabbit, Trix are for kids!”
    I always wanted him to win the Trix!

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  147. Katherine C. says:

    I was so excited when Trix changed shapes from balls to fruit shaped

  148. I remember driving my mom crazy saying “silly rabbit, trix are for kids!” over and over again!

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  153. Patti Hess says:

    Memory of Trix..we would go around the house Trix are for kids….we’d yell it at each other why?? I don’t know guess we thought it was cute

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  157. Erica C. says:

    I loved one of the “prizes” that was in a Trix box. It was a purple spoon that changed colors when it was put in the cold milk!

  158. Dave says:

    As a kid I lived for Saturday morning cartoons, and of course they played lots of cereal commercials. Most of them I do not remember, but I do remember the Trix commercials, and “Silly rabbit, Trix are for kids” is a phrase we still use all the time. Thank you for the fun give-away.

  159. Aleks says:

    I liked how Trix always made the milk all pinkish. Thanks!

  160. Bryanna P. says:

    Awesome blog and thanks for the giveaway! Would love, love, LOVE to win this!
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  161. I used to love the cartoon commercials.

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  163. Rebecca Peters says:

    I just remember always wanting them because of the trix rabbit..
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  167. kittycardero says:

    My memory of trix is just watching the commercials and wondering where the rabbit would be next.

  168. Suzanne Lewis says:

    I used to love to eat Trix on Saturday mornings as a child.

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  169. mike says:

    I like Wheaties. I’ve eaten them at least once a week for the past 25 years or more… usually about 6 days a week…

  170. julieh says:

    My favorite memory is getting up early on saturday to watch cartoons and eat trix.

  171. CherylS22 says:

    My favorite Trix memory is of the Trix bunny commercials.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  175. 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

  176. Susan D 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

  177. Leslie S. says:

    I remember sitting in the living room watching Saturday cartoons eating trix.My 3 yr old is hooked on trix right now.Thanks!
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  178. Susan D says:

    Whoops. I accidentally copied the post above mine while trying to get the page to the bottom. What I meant to post is that friends used to use the TRIX ad tagline while joking with one another, namely, “Silly Rabbit. TRIX are for kids.”

  179. clynsg says:

    Trix was not yet around when I was a child, but I remember that my children enjoyed them. I did like their early commercials.

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  181. Anne says:

    I remember eating dry trix as a snack.

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  186. Brittany says:

    My mom never bought sugary cereals growing up but we could pick out any cereal that we wanted one Christmas and I remember having Trix!

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  191. I remember eating Trix as a family for a night time snack. It was Daddy’s favorite cereal.

  192. Melanie says:

    Eating the Trix yogurt and hating it. haha.

  193. Amanda S. says:

    I remember eating it at my friend’s house because my mom wouldn’t let me have it, lol.

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  195. Susan Smith says:

    I remember picking out my favorite flavors of Trix from the box.

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  199. Ed Nemmers says:

    We used Trix on our gingerbread house as lights hanging from the roof!

  200. Rosey says:

    My favorite memory is the commercials. To this day we still say, “Silly Rabbit, Trix are for kids,” everytime we see a box of Trix.

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  205. Diane Baum says:

    I remember watching the silly rabbit running away with the Trix box

  206. susan smoaks says:

    my mom wouldn’t buy trix for us, so i loved to stay at my friend’s house that had trix for breakfast

  207. Emma Peel says:

    I remember the bright colors and them popping in your mouth, yummm

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  210. Jennifer J says:

    I remember taking the boxes of trix & hiding so I could eat it straight from the box!

  211. DanV says:

    My favorite memory of Trix is watching the Trix commercials

  212. Gianna says:

    None as a kid.. I remember when I started buying them for my kids.

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  215. Sand says:

    I remember waking up early on Saturday mornings and serving myself a big bowl of Trix then watching cartoons all morning.

  216. brian e. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway…I remember one time when I was a kid that my older sister told me the raspberry Trix would turn my hair red !

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  220. Veronica Garrett says:

    I remember eating Trix and watching Saturday morning cartoons.

  221. Sarah L says:

    I remember: Silly rabbit, Trix are for kids.
    Thanks for the contest.

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