The complaint released a statement simply observing that the pictures of Phelps smoking pot was “not consistent with the image of Kellogg.”
Given munchies that the company produces like Cheez-it and Chips Deluxe, I would think that the pictures would simply appeal to a different segment of their customer base. Besides, I am not sure how the company came up with the Keebler elves, but it wasn’t from smoking tobacco. Sure, Phelps may be a bit more frosted than the usual flake but who better to market the new Kellogg “Gold” cereal?
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