Variety Fun & Kellogg’s Team Up For September Snack Box!

By Nadia Carmon | September 3, 2019 | Snack Partners


We’re excited to be partnering with a company that has such a long-standing commitment to giving families nutritious options to fuel their busy days.

For the entire month of September, we’ll be featuring 4 Kellogg’s brand name snacks in both our FUN and FIT snack boxes!

These will include Cheez-It’s, Nutri-Grain bars, Pringles and Austin crackers.


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For over 100 years, Kellogg’s impressive line of foods has made an appearance in homes all across the globe.

But it was the invention of their first product - The classic breakfast staple, flaked cereal, which would change the way we ate our first meal of the day forever.


Fun Fact:

Corn Flakes was developed entirely by accident in 1894 by founder Will Keith Kellogg (or W.K. Kellogg, as he is more commonly known) and his brother, Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, through a process that involved toasting cooked wheat after it had been left out overnight.


At the time, the Kellogg brothers were actually trying to make granola, but stumbled upon this new recipe instead.


Literally overnight the breakfast cereal industry was born.


While the brand was originally distributed in America during some of the most trying episodes of our history (Including the Great Depression), today the Kellogg Company sells its 50+ brands of cereal in 180 countries.

But the brand’s legendary status doesn’t stop there - In 1969, Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes would be the first cereal to make it to the moon; providing sustenance for the astronauts of the Apollo 11 mission, which included Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins.

But whether a small town staple or buzzworthy headline, Kellogg's has always focused on providing families with the richest ingredients available. After learning that the average consumer’s fiber intake was below recommended levels, they upped the fiber content in some of their most popular cereals, including Fruit Loops from 2009-2010.

And in direct contrast not only to their competitors in the breakfast food niche, but also to any other US food company, the brand’s cereals have a higher fiber (3 grams) and whole grains (8 grams) content on average.


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With such a rich history of serving communities worldwide through a consumer-first mentality that inspires trust, Variety Fun is proud to team up with the Kellogg Company.


Variety Fun & Kelloggs Team Up For September Snack Box - Back To School Time With Snacks!


It’s almost time for Back-To-School shopping!

As a parent, you know what this means: Speeding through the aisles of your local stores trying to find all of the school supplies your child is going to need for the upcoming school year.

What this also means is that you have another year of planning out your kids’ meals and snacks - with whatever is going to power them through a whole day of learning and playing.

Let’s take a closer look at our featured snacks so you can see just how well the Kellogg Company makes good on their promise of “nourishing families so they can flourish and thrive”.


Cheez-It’s White Cheddar

Variety Fun & Kelloggs Team Up For September Snack Box - Cheez-Its White Cheddar


Your kids will love it because of its delectable cheesy flavor in every bite, with just a hint of saltiness.

But you’ll love it because it’s made with 100% real cheese, has 3G of protein and a healthy serving of Calcium (1.2% DV) and Iron (6.7% DV).

Cheez-Its are the irresistible snack that your kids won’t be able to put down…But they’re also perfect for growing minds and bodies; which makes them the perfect compromise for both of you.

They’re the kind of snacks that your kids wouldn’t fuss about even if they knew just how good these were for them!


Nutri-Grain Bars

Variety Fun & Kelloggs Team Up For September Snack Box - Nutri-Grain Bars


Nutri-Grain bars are the breakfast bar for your kids and they'll most likely think it's a sweet-tooth satisfying dessert.

Why they’ll make mum and dad happy? They’re made with real fruit and whole grains, and have plenty of nutrients that kids need to thrive.

They’re a good source of 8 vitamins and minerals, including Iron, Calcium, Vitamin A, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitabin B6 and Zinc.

They also have 2 grams of protein.



Variety Fun & Kelloggs Team Up For September Snack Box -  - Pringles

Next comes the snack that you can “Pop, Play, Eat” - Pringles!

What kid (or adult for that matter) can resist the taste of these stackable delights!

Pringles have about 1 gram of protein per serving (approx. 15 chips).

We’ll be featuring the Sour Cream, Regular and Cheddar Cheese flavors in our boxes this month.


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Austin crackers

Variety Fun & Kelloggs Team Up For September Snack Box - Austin Cheddar Cheese Crackers

There’s nothing better than endless cheeziness…

But that’s not all that Austin crackers have.

1 package contains about 3 grams of protein and a healthy serving of Calcium, Iron and Potassium.

Whether you’re packing your kid’s school lunches or having your breakfast-on-the-go together, Kellogg’s has a great selection of snacks that will help give you and your family the energy needed to get through your day.

Your kids will especially thank you - As they will instantly love the taste of all of their snacks; whether it’s the 1st or 100th time they’ve had them. But as a parent, you will love these snacks because they provide the vitamins and minerals they need to grow and learn.


Variety Fun + Kellogg’s means value; together we make quality snacks accessible to everyone on a family-friendly budget, and entirely at your convenience.

We believe in bringing you the highest standards of wholesome snacking that you can’t get anywhere else, and delivering them straight to your front door in our monthly snack boxes!


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