What Is The Oldest Breakfast Cereal Still Made in the U.S? (PRIZE ! PRIZE !)

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    What Is The Oldest Breakfast Cereal Still Made in the U.S? (PRIZE ! PRIZE !)

    What Is The Oldest Breakfast Cereal Still Made in the U.S? (Keep in mind there may be a difference between cereals you mix and heat and Out-of-the box cereals. If two you must get both right.)

    Whoever identifies the right cereal(s) first will be our First Prize Winner.

    The prize is the sight of your life! : of a NEW 2013 Porsche 911 !

    (donated by OPPMC Group Inc.)

    [Edit: You must also have the correct first manufacturing date of the cereal(s) to be the First Prize Winner]

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    Cani have my Porsche in black?

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    Oops I don't think that's still made. So I'm going to say Post.

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    Corn Flakes and Quaker Oats.
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    Kellogs Cornflakes and Quaker oats

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    What tdave said
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    What if the Hokey Pokey IS what it's all about?

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    And tdave, you said that on your 666th post. Sorry dude, I'm withdrawing my support ;)
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    What if the Hokey Pokey IS what it's all about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LAtoolman View Post
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    Cani have my Porsche in black?
    The 911 is in fact Black Pearl. You're in luck and will be able to accept it.

    But unfortunately "Granola" for certain reasons, is not a correct answer. So you get our second prize: a '73 Plymouth Satellite (or what's left of it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdave View Post
    Kellogs Cornflakes and Quaker oats
    Quaker Oats is Correct! but what is the manufacturing date, that is needed?
    (I added that to original post; now don't complain about fairness: you're possibly getting the look of your life in cars: a Porsche - for nothing)

    Alas, as far as Kellog's Corn Flakes: close but no cigar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by detective View Post
    Quaker Oats is Correct! but what is the manufacturing date, that is needed?

    Alas, as far as Kellog's Corn Flakes: close but no cigar.
    Looks like Brad 426 beat me on Quaker oats

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    adverting man in Quaker garb 4 Sept 1877.

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    Mush...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad426 View Post
    Corn Flakes and Quaker Oats.
    Quaker Oats is Correct! And You are FIRST with it - but what is the manufacturing date, that is needed?

    Tragically however, Corn Flakes is NOT correct. So sorry...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdave View Post
    Looks like Brad 426 beat me on Quaker oats
    Unfortunately you are correct about "Brad 426" (though he also did not get the date of first manufacture).

    But for your honesty you are our Third Prize Winner! : A year's supply of generic toilet paper known for it's ability to be used over and over due to the product's coarse stiffness. (Can also be used to sand rough spots in hardwoods.)

    Congratulations!

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    Quaker oats company founded 1901 by merger o four mills.

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