Trix cereal, that brightly colored kid breakfast known for its exuberant shapes and neon colors, is no longer exuberantly shaped or disturbingly colorful. That's (probably) good news for your poop, but the internet's having a hard time coping with the makeover.
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Yes. That is Trix cereal, joining a parade of other '90s icons who changed their look and shocked the world.
As part of a 2016 initiative from General Mills to remove artificial flavors and colors, according to Fox, "fruit and vegetable juice are now used for flavoring and spice extracts for color, replacing lab-made ingredients such as Red 40 and Yellow 6."
Golden Grahams and Cocoa Puffs are also getting a health-conscious makeover, but with less drastic visual results.
"We recognize food culture and food values are changing," said senior marketing manager Lauren Pradhan, according to Fox. "We wanted to say 'Hey we get it' and 'You can love your favorites all over again.'"
As health nuts celebrate their steady march of progress, 90's kids freak out.
Trix are for healthy kids now.
Would the rabbit still risk life and limb to get Trix now?
Rest assured, a Someecards writer—who has tried the new Trix—guarantees the Trix have not lost their distinctive smell.