Cereal of the Eighties, Honeycomb
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Remember the Honeycomb Hideout commercials? And the rockin' jingle: "Honeycomb's big - yeah, yeah, yeah. It's not small - no, no, no! Honeycomb's got - a big, big taste!"
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Genesis - March 30, 2014 - Report this comment
I love this cereal
Taylor - April 03, 2014 - Report this comment
I love this alot I eat it every morning. and i love that bee mascot who gotta have his honeycomb
Rob Lambert - May 17, 2017 - Report this comment
Post Honey Comb first hit stores at the end of 1965. Honey-Comb Kid (cowboy hero voiced to mimic John Wayne) was the first pitchman, until 1968. In early 1970, several Archies records like "Jingle Jangle" were laminated on back of cereal boxes. Also, Monkees and Jackson 5 records (1971). The Honeycomb Hideout ads began late in 1971, and served as a long-going come-on to kids. There were some minor changes in size and texture of actual cereal pieces over the years.

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