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Corn Flakes was the first cereal to be ever made by Kellogg Company. It is the longest living cereal of all time. They were patented by Will Keith Kellogg at Battle Creek, MI.

1906-1909Edit

Kellogg's Cereal Corn Flakes 1906

1909-1931Edit

Packaging consists of:

Kellogg's Corn Flakes1909

1931-1940Edit

Packaging consists of:

  • Two yellow lines on the top and bottom.
  • The "Kellogg's" script logo with "CORN FLAKES" below that.
  • "FLAVORED WITH MALT, SUGAR AND SALT" in small text.
  • "OVEN-FRESH, FLAVOR-PERFECT" in thin text.
  • "THE ORIGINAL HAS THIS SIGNATURE: W. K. Kellogg" with "W. K. Kellogg" in the founder's own handwriting.
  • "NET WEIGHT 13 OUNCES" below the signature.
  • "MADE BY KELLOGG IN BATTLE CREEK, MICH., U.S." on the bottom yellow rectangle.
Corn Flakes Kellogg's 1931

1940-1952Edit

Packaging consists of:

  • A blank white background.
  • "Kellogg's" on the top.
  • "CORN FLAKES" at the center.
  • "The Original" in Kaufman Script font. "HAS THIS SIGNATURE" in so-small text.
  • "W. K. Kellogg" in his own handwriting.
  • "NET WEIGHT 12 OUNCES"
Corn Flakes 140

1952-1958Edit

Packaging consists of:

  • A picture of corn on a tree vine.
  • A white square outlined black with "Kellogg's" in script and "CORN FLAKES" below that.
  • "NET WEIGHT 30 OUNCES" on the bottom.
1952 Kellogg

1958-1960Edit

Kellogg's Corn Flakes Old

1960-1968Edit

Packaging consists of:

  • A red triangle.
  • "CORN FLAKES" is revised.
  • Corny the rooster has the bowl on him.
  • "The Best to You Each Morning" in Commercial Script on the bottom.
  • "NET WT 1 LB 2 OZ" on the bottom left.

Variants:

  • Serving boxes have:
    • "Kellogg's" in script.
    • "CORN FLAKES" horizontal.
    • A yellow circle with Corny on it.
    • "NET WT. 1 OZ." on the bottom right.
    • "the BEST to you each morning!" in blue on the bottom.
Corn Flakes 160

1968-1970Edit

Kellogg's Corn Flakes 1968 Cereal

1970-1975Edit

Kellogg's Corn Flakes 1970

1975-1980Edit

Corn Flakes 175

1980-1990Edit

Corn Flakes Logos1

1990-1997Edit

Kellogg's Corn Flakes 1990s

1997-2000Edit

Corn Flakes 97

Packaging consists of:

  • "Kellogg's" is tilted in a white oval and there's a green and red outline of hills and a sun.
  • "CORN FLAKES" is now in Bodega Sans font.
  • Corny is standing near the bowl.
  • "The Original & Best" in red and in cheapy script.
  • "NET WT 18 OZ. (1 LB 2 OZ) (510g)" on the bottom right.

2000-2008Edit

Kellogg's Cereal Corn Flakes OLD

Packaging consists of:

  • "Kellogg's" is not tilted anymore and there's a red line behind it.
  • The "CORN FLAKES" logo is still intact and is in the same font as before.
  • Corny comes to life not outlined in white. He is looking at the guy who got the box, and his red tie reads "Corny".
  • "The Original & Best" is still there.
  • Either one of these "NET WT" variations can be either used:
    • "NET WT 24 OZ (1 LB 8 OZ) (680g)"
    • "NET WT 12 OZ (340g)"

2008-2010Edit

2008 Cereal

Packaging consists of:

  • "Kellogg's" is now smaller and has a drop shadow.
  • The "C" in "CORN" is the same height of the other letters.
  • There is a spoon instead of a bowl with the flakes and puddles of milk.
  • Corny is next to the spoon.
  • "The Original & Best" is still intact.

2010-presentEdit

Kellogg's Cereal Corn Flakes NEW
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