Kellogg’s Froot Loops cereal boxes in Canada are now pulling a “woke” move by promoting free access to a digital book library for kids. It’s like getting a prize at breakfast, but instead of a toy, it’s a subscription to woke content!
The message on the Froot Loops box reads, “Let’s loop together. Celebrate the diversity that makes our world colorful.” Cute, but is it really necessary to bring politics into breakfast?
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Froot Loops boycott possible after pushing online children's library of 'free diversity and inclusion content'.https://t.co/3oI3AAoT9i
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The box features Toucan Sam holding an open book and promising “Buy this book and get access to a FREE Digital Library with equity, diversity, and inclusion content.” That’s right, folks, your kids can now learn about different genders and other woke topics before they even brush their teeth in the morning!
Kellogg’s website offers several children’s books, including “Loop Together on Gender Empowerment.” Ah, yes, because what every cereal box needs is a lecture about gender identity. It’s not just about the fruity taste anymore, now it’s about pushing an agenda.
But it doesn’t stop there! Kellogg’s has partnered with the Boys and Girls Club of Canada to make this woke dream a reality. They are introducing the “Kellogg’s Froot Loops ED&I Digital Library” – an online library of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion content for families. Because apparently, breakfast is now the time for social activism.
Unsurprisingly, these Froot Loops cereal boxes have received a strong reaction from conservative social media influencers. “Kellogg’s wants to indoctrinate your children with breakfast cereal. Stop giving them your money!” exclaimed Libs of TikTok. And you know what? They might have a point. Who needs a cereal box pushing woke propaganda?
Kellogg’s is certainly not shy about their woke virtue signaling. It was recently revealed that the company has donated over $91 million to the Black Lives Matter movement and millions more to the NAACP for “combating racism.” Maybe they should focus on making better cereal instead.
So, folks, what do you think? Will you keep buying Froot Loops for your kids? Or will you join the boycott and say no to sugar-coated woke indoctrination? The choice is yours, but remember, there are plenty of other sugary cereals out there that haven’t gone down the woke rabbit hole.