Fruity Pebbles Taste Nasty! What Happened?

by admin on October 24, 2010

in Grocery Stores

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Fruity Pebbles Cereal Tastes Nasty

I bought Fruity Pebbles at Brookshires Grocery Store today and was very disappointed to discover the cereal tastes like throw up.

I quickly spit the cereal out of my mouth and wondered what the deal is. Does Fruity Pebbles now use a new recipe with cheaper ingredients to save money?

The milk hasn’t changed colors yet either. I will never buy disgusting fruity pebbles ever again. I wonder if the offbrand “Dyno Bites” has the same taste issue?

Please comment if you have been poisoned by nasty flavors in your mouth as I have from Fruity Pebbles.

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Wife October 25, 2010 at 8:04 am

Your son loved it. He ate two bowls of it.

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Ness November 3, 2011 at 9:36 am

I'm right there with you! I had Fruity Pebbles a year ago and they tasted funky. I bought them again yesterday in hopes it was just a fluke. Unfortunately, that nasty after-taste is still there. I don't know what they did, but one of my favorite cereals is now crap >:(

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tylerdirectory November 17, 2011 at 12:50 am

I know, I love that cereal but it tastes like ALPO is making it now so I swore off of it October of last year and haven't touched the stuff again. It's a bio-hazard and is dead to me. Thanks for letting me know it still takes sickening so I don't have to be the guinea pig.

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tyson May 15, 2013 at 12:45 am

Fruity Pebbles was my favorite cereal back in the day. I could eat a whole box no problem, as a kid that was all I wanted but then I bought a box not too long ago and the taste was stale and flavorless… they definitely reduce the sugar and flavor content….. and when you're finished with the bowl of cereal 30 percent of the flakes sink to the bottom like they're made with plastic or something…. such a disappointment I really wish they would get the same old taste back… are

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