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Triples was a General Mills cereal in the 1990s that was similar to Rice Krispies. The name was derived from the three grains, corn, wheat, and rice, used in producing the product. There was a quite popular commercial in which the participants shook their heads three times to a strange sound (a "triple take"). Consumer surveys reported that it made the milk a perfect level of sweetness while only using 4g of sugar per serving.
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