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Where To Buy Post Alpha Bits Cereal

Alpha-Bits, also known as Frosted Alpha-Bits, was a brand of breakfast cereal made by Post Consumer Brands, which contained frosted alphabet-shaped multi-grain (whole-grain oat and corn flour) cereal bits. Post Cereals also started producing "Marshmallow Alpha-Bits" in 1990.

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"Marshmallow Alpha-Bits", introduced in 1990, contained frosted alphabet-shaped corn cereal bits and marshmallows. This variation of the original Alpha-Bits cereal contained marshmallow vowels: pink A's, yellow E's, purple I's, orange O's, green U's, and, later, blue Y's. Over time, the marshmallows underwent changes such as super-swirls and splits in their colors. Beginning in 2004, Marshmallow Alpha-Bits began disappearing from various markets, before finally being discontinued altogether in 2011.

In the 1980s there was yet another mascot named "Alfie the Alpha-Bits Cereal Wonder Dog". Michael Jackson and The Jackson 5 starred in a series of Alpha-Bits musical TV commercials in 1973. In the 1990s the mascots are the anthropomorphic cereal bits.

Comment who many dam comments do you need fk me just hate the new ones bring originals back end of story or my family is done eating the new and destroy version of so called alphabits dam crap is what i feel about them

Change them back to original pls i am pissed these arnt even closed i will never bue this new ptoduct the original atayed harder and u could eat mouthfulls for anacks without milk it was a dbl whammy pls bring back original alpha bits now or im out for wver im sad now u suck man

I cant beleive this new and improved totally replaced my favourite ceral of all time the original alphabits are a cerial you just cant improve on atleast have both styles original or new and not so improved im so pissed i will never bye the new stuff forget it the original was my best cerial ever wont wver bye it again back to raisin bran mini wheats sugar pops and honeycomb its bullshit why fix something thats not broken broke the worst rule if not broke dont fix fk me i will never bye this new shit in my life and dare all too follow they will then figure out they made a mistake and bring back the only alphabits anybody will ever eat so lets tell them to get there heads out of there ass

Is there another cereal like Alpha bits on the market, not the same shapes but the same puffy ingredients and taste. I love Alpha Bits but seldom find them so a cereal that taste the same would be great.

I feel like post is trying to put me on an unexplained alphabet diet!I miss my sweet letters. Do not even waste the coffee sugar on this garbage. Thanks for nothing POST. One more thing, how is a small child supposed to eat letters the size of a silver dollar?

I too found them tasteless and turning to sawdust texture in my mouth. No more oat taste, just bland vanilla flavor. It was my favorite cereal and I am sad to see it go. I will not purchase it again unless Post goes back to the real Alpha-bits.

Alpha Bits Cereal from Post is a wholesome and tasty American treat. Enjoy it for breakfast or even as a snack. It is delicious from A to Z! Not only is Alpha Bits fun to eat, it is a tasty way to practice the alphabet. Your kiddos can identify letters or spell silly words (if they don't gobble it all up first). Each box contains 12 oz. of cereal.

Brand color is one way to represent the identity of the corporation and for the company to advertise itself. The purpose of brand color is to make customers perceive the color, recognize the brand, and ultimately buy products manufactured by the corporation. However, it is not easy to produce the same color through different print media applications because of different processes of color reproduction technology. In the print industry, corporations have controlled brand color tolerance to insure its consistency. However, there is some question as to how the print industry actually performs in maintaining this tolerance through reproduction. The goal of this research is to find out what variability exists in commercial packaging and magazine advertising. CIE LAB (color space proposed by the CIE to attempt a perceptually uniform color space) was used to measure the difference in both media. For the methodology, brand colors based on the hue circle were selected for sampling and measurement. Seven colors were chosen for commercial packaging: Kodak yellow, Fuji green, Coca Cola red, Sunkist orange, Chips Ahoy cyan, Pepsi deep blue, and Alpha Bits cereal magenta. Two samples, Kodak yellow and Fuji green, were chosen for examples of magazine colors. The instrument, an X-Rite spectrophotometer, model 528, 500 series, was calibrated in D50/2 for the measurement. The value of each color was acquired by the mean of three measurements. The samples were measured from ten Wegman's grocery stores near the Rochester area and the RIT bookstore over a period of five months. For the magazine advertisement, only two colors, Kodak yellow and Fuji green, were selected, because the advertisement of the other brand colors were not readily found in magazines. The magazines in the sample were photo - related magazines and published in the past five years. The measurement period was from May 13 to September 20, 2003. Three different methods are used for the analysis of results: a*b* slice plot with constant L value, Lab axis plot from Dr. Granger, and the CRF (Cumulative Relative Frequency) curves. As a result, each brand color has different performance in terms of color matching. For commercial packages, Sunkist orange has the smallest color difference, whereas Kodak yellow has the largest color difference. Post Alpha Bits magenta and Chip's Ahoy cyan were close to Sunkist orange, which means that they have a relatively small color difference. Pepsi's deep blue was close to Kodak yellow, which means Pepsi has a relatively large color difference. For the magazine advertising, the variation is much greater than that of the packages measured. According to the findings, each brand color for commercial packaging shows different performance in terms of color matching. The color match should be ΔE 041b061a72

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