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Cultural appropriation? Kellogg’s is launching Pan de Muerto Cereal and here are some of the reactions

August 18, 2020

Everything indicates that this is a new line of food brand.

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  • The Bread of the Dead is a typical Mexican food that is sold during the Day of the Dead season.
  • Kellogg’s presented presentations of Pan de Muerto muesli and cinnamon rolls.
  • Everything seems to indicate that this is a new line from the “Bakery” brand.
Cultural appropriation? Kellogg’s is launching Pan de Muerto Cereal and here are some of the reactionsCultural appropriation? Kellogg’s is launching Pan de Muerto Cereal and here are some of the reactions

When did you start to market and buy Pan de Muerto? Many people count up to three months before the Day of the Dead, which is celebrated in September, and while many criticize the practice, others love to be able to eat this dessert for that long.

In this regard, users of Twitter started showing a product that caught their attention and that is a crop of Kelloggs from dead bread. Some responded positively and others less, accusing the brand of cultural appropriation.

It was also pointed out that this is not just the bread of the dead, but also cinnamon rolls. Everything indicates that this is a new line from the brand called Bakery.

With this product line Kelloggs There is not only a tropical line of Mexican food to be seen, but also the packaging with the new labeling required by the Ministry of Health.

You what do you think of this product?

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