Chex confirms that the fan-favorite flavor is being discontinued and customers are asking for it to come back on shelves

A popular muesli has disappeared for good – but customers still want it back.

General Mills is one of the most recognized brands in grocery stores.

The Multi-Bran Chex is gone for good


The Multi-Bran Chex is gone for goodPhoto credit: The Kroger Co.

The product range includes everything from breakfast staples to snacks.

But this time, a fan reached out to the company on Twitter and asked why they discontinued the multi-bran chex granola.

One disgruntled customer said: “They still sell Le Garbage like Lucky Charms, Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Golden Grahams that go soggy as soon as milk is put NEXT to the bowl, WHY?!?”

In response, General Mills said: “We will let our team know that you would like to see it back on shelves. Thanks very much!”

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But many others have urged General Mills to bring it back, including another who said: “It’s been gone too long. Please bring it back!”

Although the ingredients were unclear, General Mills Chex’s are usually made from either rice corn or wheat and are shaped into square pieces.


While the Mult-Bran variety is gone and likely not coming back anytime soon, General Mills still makes other Chex cereals.

These include different flavors like cinnamon, honey nut and more traditional flavors like rice and corn.

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Walmart sells them in 18-ounce cartons for $4.93.

Plus, for fans who prefer snacks, there’s always Chex Mix, which includes square shapes, pretzels, and rye chips.

Walmart sells a variety of flavors, including cheddar, honey nut, and even peanut butter chocolate snacks.


But General Mills is far from the only brand to discontinue its products.

Another includes Gatordade, which has ceased production of Blueberry Pomegranate.

The label described the option as a “low-calorie thirst-quencher,” which is what all G2 strains aim to bring to the table.

Its ingredients consisted of artificial flavors and colors, as well as sugar and sucralose.

And other popular brands sold in grocery stores have taken items off the shelves.

For one, Coca-Cola said it had stopped producing its orange-vanilla lemonade.

The company also offered a sugar-free version of this flavor.

“Coca-Cola Orange Vanilla Zero Sugar has been discontinued so we can focus on flavors that show the greatest potential for growth and scale,” the brand responded to a fan’s question about the orange-vanilla soda.

For more related stories, Burger King has brought back a fan favorite.

And IHOP made a bizarre menu change to give customers the option to pair taco ingredients with a breakfast favorite.

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PaulLeBlanc is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. PaulLeBlanc joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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