Food of the Seventies, Body Buddies

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It was a cereal that came in different flavors. I remember as a child I hated eating anything at out! We went on vacation and I refused to eat what they had at the resteraunt so my mom took me to a grocery store on the way back to the hotel and I chose these. They soon became my favorite cereal!
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Big John - July 01, 2009 - Report this comment
This was one of the first cereals sweetened with a "new" no sugar sweeter, "NutraSweet". It was supposed to be be better for you than the cereals at the time like Super Sugar Crisps and Sugar Smacks!
Rob Lambert - December 21, 2017 - Report this comment
General Mills sold Body Buddies from 1979 to 1987. Came in honey, fruit or chocolate flavors (non-sugary Trix, Cocoa Puffs and Honey-Nut Cheerios). Found a TV commercial that aired on the 24th broadcast of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" over CBS in December, 1979. The "Grinch" special first aired in 1966. Then, and 1967, the original sponsor was Foundation of Commercial Banks (Full-Service Banks). In each ad, the cartoon Grinch interacted with live action in a bank setting (usually Grinch as burglar being caught by human bank guards).

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