N Cereal AA: The Finals
Edited 8/3/09 to add: It's still a dead heat. The current plan is to close the poll the morning of 8/4/09, but in the meantime, please Facebook, tweet, or otherwise share this entry to bring in some new voting blood, before this turns into that game from that W.P. Kinsella book that lasted two thousand innings and had a piece of cemetery statuary playing the outfield.
Honey Nut Cheerios vs. Frosted Flakes.
Tara Ariano: The final match-up! But man, now I have to try to predict what you guys are going to pick as the ultimate cereal victor now that there are no other contests you can use to hedge your bets. And look, we all love Tony the Tiger and the product that bears his image and personal stamp of approval. And while I have kept in mind, throughout this contest, the disappointment that General Mills has changed its formula, the fact that Honey Nut Cheerios has lasted this long suggests that this is not such an issue after all. Honey Nut Cheerios will triumph.
Sarah D. Bunting: Once again, it comes down to how many of you vote these pairings based on what qualifies as part of a nutritious breakfast, versus snackability and sheer delicious taste.Honey Nut Cheerios is serviceably tasty if your priority is meeting a fiber quota — but it isn't the better-tasting cereal, because it isn't frosted.If I could only take one of these to a desert island, I'd take Frosted Flakes, and I think you guys would too.Flakes: champions.
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