Food In Canada

Kellogg Canada launches many new products

February 2, 2023  
by Food in Canada Staff

Bake & Snack Food
Kellogg Canada

Kellogg Canada launches an extensive line-up of new product offerings.

Vector Apple Cinnamon Crunch Cereal – This high-protein cereal offers 10 g of protein. It features 14 g of whole grains and 11 vitamins and minerals.

Special K Cinnamon Pecan Cereal – It is high in fibre, made with whole grains and is a source of 10 vitamins and minerals.

Maple Cinnamon Frosted Flakes Cereal – This new flavour combo is a source of six vitamins and minerals.


Krave Brownie Flavour Cereal – Krave Brownie Flavour Cereal is made with whole grains and is a source of seven vitamins and minerals.

Kellogg’s Cinnabon Cereal – Kellogg’s Cinnabon cereal offers a classic cinnamon roll swirl shape that delivers a crunchy texture with warm cinnamon bakery notes, specks of real cinnamon and icing flavour. This multi-grain cereal is a source of seven vitamins and minerals.

Kashi Maple Waffle Crisp Cereal – A new spin on a Canadian classic, this bite-sized, light and crispy waffle cereal features the taste of Canadian maple syrup and notes of warm cinnamon.

Eggo Thick & Fluffy Waffles – The new recipe for Eggo Thick & Fluffy Original flavour features Madagascar Vanilla, and the new Cinnamon Brown Sugar flavour contains more of both to amplify the taste. Brand new flavours include Strawberry Delight and Blueberry, both with visible bits of fruit baked in, and a Whole Grain variety with 11 g of whole grain.

Pringles Scorchin’ Potato Chips – Pringles dials up the heat by adding a spicy kick on top of some of its chips.

Rice Krispies Squares Homestyle Bars – The new Rice Krispies Squares Homestyle Bars that are 50 per cent bigger than the 22 g Rice Krispies Squares Bars.

Rxbar Vanilla Almond – It is the newest flavour addition to the popular Rxbar range. It is minimally processed and features natural ingredients and no added sugar.

“We want to add a little brightness to the lives of Canadians with innovative new products that meet household needs throughout the day,” says Emma Eriksson, vice-president, marketing and well-being, Kellogg Canada. “Consumers are at the heart of everything we do and we know household habits are evolving. Our innovation experts have been working overtime to create these new products to provide Canadians what they need, when they need it. We can’t wait for everyone to try them.”


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