Save Mighty Bites Cereal!

Brett Thunstrom
Anonymous 11 Comments
125 Signatures Goal: 100

Say it isn't so! Kashi (Kellogg) has discontinued the production of Mighty Bites cereal. They state on their website "As some of you Mighty Bites fanatics have noticed, your favorite cereal is in short supply. That’s simply because there weren’t enough of you! We’ve decided to discontinue Mighty Bites due to low sales."

My kids love Mighty Bites cereal (and my wife and I like it too). From reading the comments on the Kashi website, I know there is a devoted following out there, so let's show Kashi that they're wrong... there ARE enough of us. Please sign this petition and send it on to all the Mighty Bites fans you know... let's save Mighty Bites for the children! okay, also for the adults! ;-)

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  • Stacey Nseir
    Stacey Nseir United States, Los Angeles
    Apr 05, 2017
    Apr 05, 2017
    This is our favorite cereal!
  • Santa
    Santa United States, Maryland Heights
    Nov 26, 2016
    Nov 26, 2016
    MIGHTY BITES FOR ALLAH
  • Linda Berger
    Linda Berger United States, New Berlin
    Nov 19, 2016
    Nov 19, 2016
    We miss Mighty Bites - please bring them back to our grocers!
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Apr 23, 2016
    Apr 23, 2016
    Please bring them back. I'm 17, and used to eat them as a little kid, want them back
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  • 7 months ago
    Stacey Nseir United States
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    Santa United States
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    Linda Berger United States
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    Max Marlin United States
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    Michelle DeCrispino United States
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    Gabrielle Meyers United States
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    Rosie United States
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    Chris
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    Jennifer Jeffery
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    john Zurflueh United States
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    Mary Sieckman United States
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    Amanda Ahn United States
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