Food of the Seventies, Baron Von Red Berry And Sir Grape Fellow

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I remember these two cereals from back in the early or mid 70's. They were out only for brief time,but, the cereal was very fruity tasty, sweet, and good! I wondered if anyone else remembred this cereal and I'm glad that someone else does too.
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Keith Holm - March 17, 2008 - Report this comment
I was a cereal fanatic as a kid. Whenever new cereal came out my mom always bought my brother and I boxes for each of us. Baron von red berry was my absolute favorite. next to the monster cereals. I'm glad someone else remembers them.
Al - February 24, 2010 - Report this comment
That was a very short lived product. Just like "Freakies" cereal and Mr T cereal.
Sharry - January 15, 2014 - Report this comment
Yep, I remember these! Sir Grapefellow was my favorite one. I even saw some commercials on YouTube! Good stuff!
Rob Lambert - January 08, 2017 - Report this comment
General Mills sold these cereals in 1972 as market-test products. Each had round grain bits mixed with marshmallow. The Redberry flavor was a bit stronger than the Trix cherry pieces. The Grape Fellow resembled Boo Berry.

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