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Madysen Francis

on 4 March 2013

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Transcript of Pop-Tarts

The Evolution Layering & Positioning The Evolution The Name Country Squares
Fruit Scone
Pop Art The Creation Pop-Tart Culture Yay! Fun Facts! Origin of the Cleveland, Ohio on September 14, 1964 U.S.A. Why Pop-Tarts? Pop-Tart Country
Squares Post-WWII Dog food? Original flavors: strawberry, blueberry, brown sugar cinnamon, and apple currant

No-melt frosting and sprinkles that wouldn’t dislodge in the toaster Milton 1990s Crazy Good Because.... Milton the toaster was banned because people were afraid of children hugging hot toaster ovens. In 1994, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi professor Patrick Michaud performed an experiment showing that, when left in the toaster too long, strawberry Pop-Tarts could produce flames over a foot high. In 2001, the United States' military airdropped 2.4 million Pop-Tarts in Afghanistan for the troops. Pop-Tarts are only sold in 4 countries. They were discontinued in Australia in 2005. Pop-Tart Pop Quiz Boysenberry Cinnamon Pancake Syrup French Toast
Wild Watermelon
Salt Water Taffy
White Chocolate Espresso
Strawberry Lemonade
Dulce De Leche
Guava Mango
Orange Cream
Graham Cracker Pumpkin Pie Chocolate Peppermint
Fruit Parfait
Confetti Cake
American Apple Pie
Birthday Cake
Peanut Butter & Jelly
28 flavors today
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