Kellogg’s frosted flakes of corn cereal, 23-ounce boxes features frosted, oven-toasted corn flakes that give kids a sweet, crispy start to their morning. Fortified with 10 essential vitamins and minerals, frosted flakes have no cholesterol, are fat-free and taste delicious. In fact, they’re great. At less than 50 cents a bowl, including milk, Kellogg’s breakfast cereal is still one of the best values in nutrition.
- Pack of three,15-ounce boxes of Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes Cereal
- Crunchy flakes perfectly coated with sweetened frosting
- Zero grams of fat; zero cholesterol
- Enriched with 10 essential vitamins and minerals
- A sweet way to start your day
Over 6.00 a box and people call this a good deal?? Waste of money. You can get better deals at Sam’s Club or Costco…
i’m addicted to this cereal… best of the best.
watch for the amount of sugar in it: excess of carbohydrates will make you overweight. However, if you exercise, then you burn those calories, and there’s NO fat ( less than .01 ) which makes it the perfect meal for all time.
eat it with skim milk to get a nutrition value of eating such products! GOOD LUCK! I LUV THIS TONY TIGER!
Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes cereal contains genetically modified organisms which have been patented by chemical companies that genetically engineered them in a lab and turned them into EPA registered pesticides. GMO Bt corn is an EPA registered pesticide and is one of the ingredients in this product. They are also made to be resistant to high levels of a chemical called glyphosate, an herbicide, which is linked to birth defects, cancer, organ damage and inflammatory bowel disease. It also has insecticidal properties and kills off beneficial gut flora. These GMOs have not been subjected to independent, long term, peer reviewed studies to prove that they are safe. These GMOs make my family sick. We do not pour pesticides on our food and we no longer eat anything that is an EPA registered pesticide. GMOs are linked to organ damage, faulty insulin regulation and obesity, autoimmune disease, autism and a whole host of other health and environmental problems. Kellogg has contributed $632,500 to a propaganda campaign in California which is spreading lies to convince people that they should vote again GMO Labeling (prop. 37) in California on Nov. 6th because they don’t want you to know that Frosted Flakes contain GMOs. Frosted Flakes are NO LONGER G-R-RRREAT. 50 countries around the world require that GMOs be labeled. Kellogg does not use GMOs in these countries. We are boycotting all Kellogg’s products. Join GMO Free USA, a grassroots consumer email initiative that is contacting Kellogg en masse with emails to tell them to Just Label It or remove it. Americans have the right to know what’s in their food! […]
If you are addicted to sugar, here you go. Amazon’s price is pretty cheap, but the 3rd party seller prices may make me switch to a healthier breakfast.
Kellogg’s cereals contain genetically modified organisms. Those are crops that have been altered in a laboratory by splicing in DNA from bacteria or toxins. They don’t want you to know that, so they have spent over 600,000 dollars to fight against your right to know. Ninety percent of Americans want labels on food that contain GMO’s. I would not buy Kellogg’s cereals until they are labeled or stop using GMO’s.
I bought the 4-pack on April 2011, and it expires in less than a year: Feb 2012. So just make sure you can finish them all in less than a year before you make the plunge. Same flavor as in the markets.
Frosted Flakes has been my favorite cereal since I was a toddler! I remember my mom taking a small box with her when we went to visit Aunts and Uncles because she was never sure if they’d have a box in the house. (OK, so once my Aunt had some in the house and she took offense; I guess my cousins liked Frosted Flakes, too!)
They have that sugar on them that I absolutely crave; true, with all the dietary advice out there these days Frosted Flakes may be something of a guilty pleasure for me–but, then again, who cares! I pour myself a bowl, add some milk and I am ready to go to town!
Others have noted that they come with an expiration date that is far enough in advance so you won’t have to worry about eating them too fast; and they are right.
Overall, Frosted Flakes has always been and probably always will be my favorite cereal. I don’t know that I’ve ever actually met a person who can (honestly) say that they don’t like Frosted Flakes. I highly recommend that you get some today and enjoy!
Got to love Tony the tiger! I have eaten this cerel all my life & I will be 61 this November. I even put this on a automatic ship. It came the first time and I was so happy. Four boxes for $19.98 w/free shipping. When I finished the three boxes with alittle help from my two granddaughters I waited & waited.
It’s been almost a year now and Tony hasn’t showed up since. Well except at the grocery store.
I was sure happy about the autoship sure would have saved me alot of time & trouble going & comeing from the store. I guess the autoship was a one time thing. Good while the three boxes lasted.
Still Love Ya Tony, CathyKellogg’s Frosted Flakes Cereal, 23-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 4)
I buy a lot from Amazon, but have never purchased grocery items from them. I thought I would take a chance on a less that 12 dollar purchase for four boxes of one of our favorite cereals and it paid off. I was a bit concerned that the product inside the box might be reduced to crumbs due to the shipping, but was quite happy to find out it is all in good shape. The expiration date is July 2012, plenty of time for us to use the product. I’ll be going back for more and will consider other products, as well. By the way, the cereal is almost $2.00 cheaper than I pay for it at the grocery store. And, the size of the box is the big family size! Buy it!
The first thing that comes to mind when I think of cereal is Frosted Flakes. Had to get this the first thing, when I’ve realized I had to live on campus. I was worried that it might be stale, but it’s crispy as ever. No worries about its freshness, although it’s from online market.
I got the 3-pack of this for $10. In New York where Frosted Flakes sell for $5.50 for the tiniest box, this was a huge bargain. It looks like the price has gone up a bit, so not sure if it’s worth it anymore, but it was definitely a bargain at $10!
How does anyone NOT like Frosted Flakes? I know, I know, they’re sugary, but if you’re hungry for a little somethin’ late night, you can not or will not find anything that completes that little naggin’ hunger..GOOD STUFF in moderation.
I never had these cereal before, but these are my new favorite!! They are crunchy, sweet, frosted, and so yummy! Plus this a great price ($10.50)!
LiviaBlack Earth, WI
The product arrives in a timely fashion, undamaged and was exactly as represented. What more could you ask for? Thank you
ScarlettLake Placid, FL
Half way through box 3, I got so sick of it. These boxes are huge! One of the boxes came slightly damaged, but otherwise it was as expected.
CareyFort Washington, PA
We love these cereal and the price on Amazon makes it even easier for us to enjoy my favorite cereal.
i have been eating this since i was in grade school, they are still my favorite cereal ever! sweet and crunchy, yummy!
How was that review title not already taken? These are frosted flakes. I got them on sale and I’ve been thoroughly enjoying them. They’re fresh and delicious. I feel like they really bring out the tiger in me. And in my line of work, being a tiger is priority numero uno.
KiaLa Harpe, KS