Kellogg's Corn Pops isn't considered a healthy cereal because it contains a lot of sugar.
But now the same food item is considered unhealthy by some less for what it contains and more for the message its box sends.
Confused? We understand.
Scroll down and you'll learn how one man sent a Tweeted that forced the company to realized the way it's been packaging Corn Pops was just a tad racist…
1. A Quick History Lesson:
Kellogg’s Corn Pops hit the market in 1950. The product has remained mostly the same ever since, with flavors recently added such as chocolate and cinnamon.
2. The Back of the Current Box
An astute Twitter user was simply eating his breakfast one day this month when he took a close look at the back of the Corn Pops box. Do you see the problem?
3. Saladin Ahmed Saw It
And then he Tweeted this.
4. Is This a Huge Deal?
No, Saladin recognized. But that doesn’t mean it’s not worth mentioning.
5. The Response:
Give Kellogg’s credit for writing back and not making any excuses.
6. Did This Really Just Happen?!?
Ahmed couldn’t believe the hilarious chain of events.
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