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Bring Fun to the Lunchroom

06/13/2016

Bring Fun to the Lunchroom

Bring a little more fun to the lunchroom by Serving New Disney Frozen Cinnamon Graham Snacks from Keebler® today!

Kellogg now provides your K-12 operators another way to make every student smile. Graham snacks are growing in popularity within K-12 by nearly 10% over the past year!*

Build a la carte sales and increase participation at breakfast and lunch with cinnamon-flavored treats shaped like beloved Frozen characters. Two packaging options that appeal to boys and girls alike!

  • 1 oz. Grain Equivalent
  • Made with Whole Grains
  • Satisfies USDA guidelines
  • Meets 35-10-35
  • Smart Snack Compliant
  • 8g Whole Grain

Frozen has created a billion dollar brand with no signs of thawing:

  • Frozen is the number one animated movie of all time**
  • Box office sequel currently underway
  • Anna and Elsa are the most popular characters for girls ages 6-11, and Olaf ranked in the top 3 for boys and girls ages 6-11 

Product Description: New! Disney Frozen Graham Snacks from Keebler®

Case Code: 24100-11237

Dot Code: 632338

Pack Size: 210 ct./1.06 oz.

While this new product is applicable to the K-12 segment, this might be a great addition for commercial restaurant kids’ meals.

To satisfy your K-12 customers, Kellogg’s® Specialty Channels offers a complete portfolio of Whole Grain Rich products that meet the USDA Whole Grain-Rich and Grain Ounce Equivalence Requirements* including:

  • Cereal Bars, Granola Bars & Toaster Pastries
  • Snack Crackers & Grahams (Cheez-it and Keebler)
  • Bowl Pack Cereals
  • Eggo Pancakes, Waffles, & French Toast
  • To Go Cereals (Pouches)

For nutrition and more Information, please contact your Kellogg’s® Sales Representative, call 1-877-511-5777 or visit www.KelloggsSpecialtyChannels.com.

*Graham snacks are up 9% in units between Sept 2014-Aug 2015. Source: The NPD Group/Supply Track®, August 2015

**Based on total worldwide lifetime box office revenue of $1.27 billion. Source: boxofficemojo.com; October 2015

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