Pretty much the best part about being a kid is the snacks right? You get to eat a bunch of sugary treats with bright and fun colors, all complete with their own awesome mascot. Some companies even managed to use a fun mascot to trick us into eating healthier foods!
How many of these classic mascots for you remember from your childhood? A lot of them are still around, which one is your favorite?
Tony the Tiger
Snap, Crackle and Pop
Hamburger Helper Glove
Sonny the Cuckoo Bird
There are more mascots to remember! Click to the next page to see the rest.
Cookie Crook and Cookie Cop
Buzz the Bee
Jolly Green Giant
Which mascot was your favorite growing up? Share in the comments!
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