A honey treat from the honey department that you didn’t know was from a cereal company has been revealed as a cereal grain.
The honey is made from corn and comes in the form of a white powder.
But what’s not clear is which cereal it came from, and why it was deemed a cereal.
The cereal, called Honey Smacks Corn Flakes, is a cornflakes snack and is available in many different forms, including granola, crackers and ice cream.
The cereal is made by Cereal Factory, a subsidiary of Kellogg.
The Kellogg brand, which was acquired by PepsiCo in 2015, has been sold to PepsiCo for $5.9 billion.
The name was chosen because it sounds like “sweet corn,” according to a marketing email sent to customers.
The company says the name was inspired by a cereal called Honeycomb that has a similar name, Honey Smack Corn Flake, but with the cereal grain instead of corn.
The company says that the Honey Smashes Corn Flaking Cereal has a sweet taste and is “soft and fluffy” which makes it perfect for those who want to keep their sweet tooth and not get all over cereal.