Cerealicious

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Cerealicious
Type Private
Industry Restaurants
Founded 2013 in Manila, Philippines
Key people Charlene Falcis, Crissy Balatbat, Tanya Tabucal, Lester Fuentes, Andrew Varona, and Trina Ronas
Products Fast food, cereals

Cerealicious is a fast-food restaurant chain based in the Philippines. There is currently 1 branch standing in BF Resort Village, Las Pinas City. Cerealicious offers Post, Nestle, and Kellogg's cereals with milk and a wide range of additional toppings. It incorporates local flavors to serve Filipino taste.

History[edit]

Cerealicious Café started 2013 when a group of friends thought of serving their favourite childhood treats in a whole new way and then out of the blue, the group came up with the delicious and nutritious cereal inventions. It initially served as Blockbuster or Trailer, a combination of all-time favourite cereals, fruit and chocolate toppings and the trademark of Cerealicious Café Snow Milk that can be customized according to customer’s preferences. It also serves pasta, fries, and beverages. It is located in BF Resort Village, Las Pinas City.

Products[edit]

Create-Your-Own allows customers to experiment with the assorted cereal brands with either dry or low-fat milk topped off by a variety of toppings such as nuts, fruits, cookies, and candies.

Cerealicious offers a drink made of cereals called "Cerealicious Smoothies". These are shakes that are mixed with cereals to give them a crunchy texture. They are branded as "cereal meal[s] on the go".[1]

Cereal Blockbusters[edit]

Cerealicious offers Cereal Blockbusters, which are set combinations of cereals, milk slush, and toppings. Each is named after a hit movie. Available Blockbusters include:

Other Cereals[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yehey!Lifestyle Food - Changing views on breakfast cereals