Golden Grahams was introduced in 1976, and the earliest TV commercials featured a jingle sung to the tune of the James A. Bland song "Oh, Dem Golden Slippers". The cereal is still widely available in Europe, USA and Canada. It is produced by Nestlé and Cereal Partners, except in the US and Canada, where it is made by General Mills.
In October 2010, Nestlé began producing Golden Grahams in the UK again. So far, they are only available at most British grocers and hypermarkets. Nestlé formerly sold Cinnamon Grahams, which it changed the name of to Curiously Cinnamon in around 2008. In line with Nestlé's other cereal brands, they now contain reduced sugar and are made from whole grain.
1 Currently manufactured by General Mills in the United States and Canada. Produced by Cereal Partners under the Nestlé brand elsewhere. 2 Brand owned by General Mills; US and Canadian production rights controlled by Nestlé under license. 3 US production rights owned by The Hershey Company. 4 Canadian production rights owned by The Hershey Company. 5 US rights and production owned by Smarties Candy Company, with a different product. 6 US rights and specific trade dress owned by Nestlé; rights elsewhere owned by Associated British Foods. 7 Produced by Cereal Partners, branded as Nestlé. 8 Produced by Cereal Partners, and Branded Nestlé in The United Kingdom, and Ireland. Produced by Post Foods, elsewhere.