Macaron-flavored cereal hits shelves this month.

License Global

April 4, 2023

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Kellogg’s Miraculous Cereal.
Kellogg’s Miraculous Cereal.ZAG

Kellogg’s is bringing “Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir” to the cereal aisle. 

Inspired by the show’s leads, the macaron-flavored cereal is reminiscent of the classic Parisian treat with sweet, strawberry-flavored pink and purple cereal pieces capturing Ladybug and Cat Noir’s powers through their Kwamis, Tikki and Plagg, coupled with white marshmallows. 

“Both Kellogg’s cereal and Miraculous have incredibly devoted fan bases,” says Laura Newman, senior director, brand marketing, Kellogg Company. “We’re calling on all fans of Miraculous to don their super-suits and kickstart the day with this Parisian-inspired new cereal celebrating the many adventures of Ladybug and Cat Noir.” 

Kellogg’s Miraculous Cereal will be available at retailers nationwide starting in April. 

“For more than a century, people have started their day with Kellogg’s cereal, creating lasting memories for generations,” says Jeremy Zag, founder and chief executive office, ZAG. “We are so proud to offer our fans a new way to interact with their favorite heroes – this time at the breakfast table – offering families some inspiration and energy to start their day.” 

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