Food of the Seventies, Honey Comb Cereal

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"Honey comb's big - yeah, yeah, yeah. It's not small - no, no, no. Honey comb's got a big, big taste. Big, big taste with a big, big crunch." It was sweet and shaped like disks of honey comb. Yum!
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crazy amy - January 31, 2009 - Report this comment
CLOSE,it goes:honeycombs big,yeah yeah yeah,its not small no no no,honeycombs got a big big bite,big big taste and a big big bite. i love u guys
Rob Lambert - March 03, 2012 - Report this comment
POST HONEY COMB was a big favorite of mine since childhood. HONEY COMB first hit the stores early in 1966. Its hero/mascot for the first two years was a cowboy, the HONEY COMB Kid, who oddly, rode on a bald eagle instead of a horse. HONEY COMB was heavily advertised on Linus the Lionhearted and other cartoon shows. THE ARCHIE ERA,1969-70: A collaberation between General Foods and Kirshner Entertainment. Three series of Archies cardboard records were printed. The first,on Post Super Sugar Crisp in Sept. 1969. The second (Dec. 1969), and third (March, 1970), on HONEY COMB boxes. It was a strategic move by Kirshner to promote the Archies' Jingle Jangle LP.
Rob Lambert - March 12, 2012 - Report this comment
An additional note to my previous story: It was brought to my attention that some of the Archies cardboard records were also printed on Post Alpha Bits boxes. Charles doesn't have a page for Alpha Bits, so I'm mentioning it here for sake of accuracy. In December, 1969, Archies records with the brown background and the character heads emerge from the core were on HONEY COMB boxes. At the same time, Archies records with a yellow background and characters dancing (Sabrina, Dilton, Big Ethel incl.) were on Alpha Bits boxes for a short time. These two series of records had songs from the Archies first two albums, plus Jingle Jangle. The final series, on HONEY COMB, had four songs off the Jingle Jangle LP, in the spring of 1970.
Rob Lambert - June 09, 2012 - Report this comment
Just acquired one of the Honey Comb TV commercials showing The Archies record on back of box. The tune, "Jingle Jangle," served as background music. This likely was the last one before Post Cereals and Archie Comics ended the promotion. This ad was from the "Cattanooga Cats" cartoon show (3/22/70, ABC). Also, an early ad with Honey Comb Kid (stopping an avalanche), from an episode of the "Mighty Heroes-Mighty Mouse" cartoon show (3/25/67, CBS).
Rob Lambert - February 10, 2013 - Report this comment
Recently picked up one of the Jumpin' Archies toys at an antique store, still sealed, for $15. This was a prize inside Post Honey Comb in late 1969/early 1970. The complete set consisted of either nine or twelve toys. Only Archie, Jughead and Veronica toys were made (no Betty or Reggie), and each character was molded in three or four different colors. The toys were simply two plastic pieces and a spring. There is a TV commercial for these on YouTube.

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