Breakfast cereal has been around for over 100 years with the earliest ones available in the late 1800s. For years, these cereal companies have learned that all that inventory on a box could advertise and appeal to all ages for all reasons.

General Mills, one of the most popular and most successful cereal companies, have been doing this year a long time and their most recent collaboration will get fans of K-Pop very excited.

Who's the K-Pop group on the cover of cereal boxes?

General Mills have teamed up with the new and very popular K-Pop group, Tomorrow X Together (TXT).

They hit the scene in 2019 and their popularity has had a steady rise around the world.
They also made history when they became the first Korean boy band to headline Lollapalooza in the United States.

They're amazing and it seems the marketing people at General Mills noticed this so, for a limited time, TXT is gracing the covers of popular General Mills cereals including Reese's Puffs, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Trix, Coco Puffs, Honey Nut Cherrios, and popular Lucky Charms.

Each box will feature a different image or different band members so be sure to collect them all if you're a fan.

The cereal inside the box will remain the same. Though it would have been fun if they made a TXT cereal that was just Ts and Xs. I wouldn't think that'd be too hard to make.

This Tomorrow X Together collaboration isn't the only collab General Mills has done. They just recently did one with Dragon Ball Z for all the anime fans and have done others in the past, too. Certainly this won't be the last collaboration from General Mills but we'll find out when that time comes.

Where to find TXT Cereal in Washington

These should be available in most grocery stores now. Walmart and Target are often best for new cereal on shelves before others but Safeway, Wrays, and even places like Walgreens and CVS should have them.

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