National Cereal Day – Cereal Lover Stamps

Today is National Cereal Day, and we have actually found a fun selection of cereal lovers postage stamps to celebrate! National Cereal Day honors the invention of corn flakes in the late 1800s by brothers William and John Kellogg. In a series of experiments to create foods for their vegetarian diet, the brothers found that grains cooked into a dough and pressed through rollers formed flakes. Today, nearly half of all Americans start their day with a bowl of cereal!

Fun fact: there are approximately 2.7 billion boxes of cereal sold each year. That’s enough packages to circle around the globe thirteen times! With all the different kinds of cereal out there, finding the right one for you shouldn’t be hard. So next time you are hungry, reach for your favorite cereal and dig in!

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