Kellogg’s Fruit Smoothies “To-Go” goes Disney!!

Example of the top for new miniature bottles design.

With the new year upon us, Kellogg’s will be launching a new edition to their main new products in the Fruit Smoothies “To-Go” product line. The product to be launched in early 2011 will be entitled Fruit Smoothies To-Go “minis”. The miniature version of the product will be available in stylish new graspable miniature bottles with Sippy tops. The style of the new bottles will be shaped and designed like some of the many popular classic Disney characters. Some of the many characters in this list of possible bottle designs will be the Disney princesses Belle, Cinderella, Snow White, Aurora, Arielle, Pocahontas and Jasmine as well as other popular characters like the Winnie the Pooh family, the Mickey Mouse crew, and newer characters like Toy Story’s Buzz Lightyear and Nemo.


Some of the many disney characters to be used for the new bottle designs.

This product line will be catered towards a demographic of children ages’ two through ten and their parents. The product will be available in the same thirteen flavors as the original Fruit Smoothies “To-Go” product only with a creative Disney twist to their names. As part of this products partnership with Disney the product will be advertised on The Disney Channel and sold at Disney theme parks following the release of the product early next year.


For more up to date news on Kellogg’s and their new Fruit Smoothies “To Go” products continue to follow my weekly blogs.


Wishing Everyone a very Merry Christmas…

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