Curling up with Saturday cartoons, a blanket, a warm mug of cocoa, and — of course — a bowl of your favorite cereal just got infinitely better. Breakfast cereal giant, Kellogg's, recently released a new variety called All Together Cereal, which combines all of your favorite varieties into one beautiful box.
And since you're probably dying to know where you can buy Kellogg's All Together Cereal, stay tuned for details — I've got you covered.
What is Kellogg's All Together cereal?
In honor of Spirit Day, which falls on Oct. 17, Kellogg's partnered with GLAAD, a non-profit that monitors the LGBT community in the media.
The cereal brand is donating a full $50,000 to the organization's anti-bullying campaign, according to a press release, with the launch of a brand-new limited-edition cereal variety, called All Together Cereal.
The box's purple hue represents anti-bullying, according to the press release, and it features six of Kellogg's favorite cereal mascots: Tony the Tiger, Snap, Crackle, and Pop, Cornelius "Corny" Rooster, Toucan Sam, and Sunny.
Upon opening the box, you'll find six mini cereal boxes, which include: Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops, Rice Krispies, Raisin Bran, Frosted Mini Wheats, and Corn Flakes. Mix them up yourself, or eat them separately. Either way, it's a fun way to get a taste of each of your favorites.
Here's where you can buy Kellogg's All Together Cereal for yourself:
If you're down to support the anti-bullying cause, according to the press release, you can buy "All Together Cereal" for a limited time while supplies lasts starting Thursday, Oct. 17 on Kellogg's website for $19.99 a pop.
Like I said, $50,000 of the profits will go towards GLAAD's anti-bullying campaign. And if you ask me, that's seriously incredible and well-worth paying for.
In the press release, GLAAD's senior director of development & integrated marketing stressed that the cereal embraces all of the amazing things that Spirit Day represents, and that he's thrilled to partner with Kellogg's to celebrate.
"The All Together cereal encompasses the values of diversity, equality, and solidarity that Spirit Day is all about, and we hope that LGBTQ youth everywhere receive the messages loud and clear," he said.
More states are striving to mitigate bullying.
In 2018, Pennsylvania's State Representative, Frank Burns, proposed a law that would fine parents up to $500 if their child was a repeated bullying offender.
The bill included a three-strike rule for parents of children who bully classmates, including notifying the parents, forcing the parents to attend a bullying seminar, and bringing the parents to court. Honestly, bullying is such a prevalent issue that this could ultimately be the right way to handle it.
Whether you're looking to snag All Together Cereal for a delicious mashup, or if you simply want to help an anti-bullying campaign, you really can't go wrong by purchasing Kellogg's latest and greatest creation.
You'd better order your box fast, though — it's only a matter of time before I order them all for myself.