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Even though Froot Loops are different colors, they all have exactly the same flavor.

Even though Froot Loops are different colors, they all have exactly the same flavor.

However, there is no actual fruit in Froot Loops and they are all the same flavor. Kellogg's introduced Froot Loops in 1963. ... Although the marketing side of Kellogg's misleadingly sold the idea that each individual loop color was a different flavor, Kellogg's has acknowledged that all share the same fruit-blend flavor.

Turns out that the delicious, multicolored O's that make up Froot Loops don't actually represent different fruit flavors. Reddit's Today I Learned series recently unearthed a 1999 article from the Straight Dope, which confirms that “according to Kellogg's, all of those delectable loops are flavored the same.

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Or is it? Okay, they use seven flavors, but individually or together? After a few more questions, "Mike" from Kellogg's admitted Froot Loops are not individually flavored.

The move is part of a brand-wide initiative for Kellogg to make healthier food. The Australian version of Froot Loops made the switch to all-natural colors and flavorings a few years back. Whereas they used to use artificial red dye to make the red Froot Loops, they switched to carmine — a dye made out of crushed bugs.

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