Raisin Bran Cereal Day
Raisin Bran is an excellent source of fibre. The addition of raisins creates a mild sweetness that can be enjoyed by anyone in a world where sugary cereals are common. Did you know this day is dedicated solely to Raisin Bran? Raisin Bran is a cereal that became popular as a way to eat one of the most important meals in history.
General Mills and Kellogg first made Raisin Bran famous. It is similar to Corn Flakes, but has raisin and a milder taste. However, these two companies weren’t the first ones to create the cereal. Skinner’s, the brand that made Raisin Bran cereal popular in the 1920’s sued these two companies after they rebranded the cereal using their logos. Skinner’s had an initial monopoly over the cereal. However, as these companies grew in power, the disputes over which small grocery stores should stock the cereal for consumers grew over the next 20-years. In 1944, the Supreme Court declared raisin Bran a description of the ingredients of the cereal and not a company name, thus leaving the cereal without a trademark.
Companies like Skinner are able to use the raisin bran concept today without having to register any trademark conflicts. Kellogg’s is one of the largest companies to have experienced significant growth over the last decade and now offers raisin bran as an option for consumers. Raisin Bran Cereal Day celebrates the history and popularity of raisin bran.
Raisin Bran is a great way to celebrate the occasion. Raisin Bran cereal is a great choice for those who haven’t tried it before. Raisin Bran is a great ingredient to make your own recipe. You can also use it in your favorite recipes, such as muffins or pancakes. You can share this holiday via your favorite social media platforms and use #raisinbrancerealday to let your friends know. Even better, convince your friends to try raisin Bran and let them know about the health benefits of this cereal.