Breakfast tables up and down the country are going to look quite different as of January, as Kellogg's have announced they are no longer going to produce Ricicles!
The sugary rice treats have been a staple of many breakfasts over the decades, but it's their sweetness that has caused them to be axed, which Kellogg's saying their new approach is to help people make healthier choices.
Fans of the cereal and its cheery astronaut packaging will no doubt be stocking up as we speak!
The recipes of other classic cereals are also set to change, with the sugar content in Rice Krispies and Coco Pops being slashed. It could be goodbye for Tony the Tiger too, as the packaging on Frosties is going to take a less child-focused approach.
These changes all come after a Public Health England report, which introduced its aim to cut down on sugar in products, particularly those aimed at children, by 20 per cent.
The company are also launching several new products in 2018 with a more health-conscious approach, including no added sugar and vegan brands.
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