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[WTS] Temp Control Box Mods, Tanks, Ejuice, Batteries and more

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This round is closed
This listing will be open till August 17th and items should get to me around the 20th and I plan to ship everything out on Friday the 21st. Payments accepted will be Paypal and Bitcoin only. If using Paypal I'd prefer using friends and family but I have no problem using goods and services as long as you pay the 4% PP fee.
I will be using USPS Priority for shipping. Small flat rate is $6 and Medium is $13. Payment for the items will be due by the 17th and shipping costs will be due before I ship the items
Last Minute Additions Added iCloudCig FishBone RDA http://imgur.com/a/vItPt Plato Wire Cutter $5 http://imgur.com/i72WATH Coil Master Stainless Steel / Ceramic Tweezers - Sharp White Tips $10 http://imgur.com/5doXeZJ Coil Master 5 in 1 Kanthal Wire Jig $12 http://imgur.com/dHOSe5h Available in Black, Blue, or Red Coil Master Tool Kit $40 http://imgur.com/5n6RqCx The Coil Master tool kit is an all-in-one kit for rebuilders! Contents: Tool Case Flush Cut Pliers Ceramic Tweezers Stainless Steel Elbow Tweezers Pen-style Screwdriver Kit Plastic Box to store parts Stainless Steel Scissors Ohm Meter Coil Master Coiling Kit with Pouch
Batteries Aosibo 18650 1600mAh 30A Flat Top 2 pack $15 Aosibo 18650 2100mAh 40A Flat Top 2 pack $15 Aosibo 18650 2500mAh 35A Flat Top 2 pack $16 Aosibo 18650 2600mAh 60A Flat Top 2 pack $20 Aosibo 18650 2900mAh 35A Flat Top 2 pack $20 Aosibo 18650 3200mAh 20A Flat Top 2 pack $20 AWT 18650 2000mAh 30A 2 pack $18 AWT 18650 2500mAh 35A 2 Pack $18 AWT 18650 2600mAh 40A 2 Pack $20 AWT 18650 3000mAh 35A 2 pack $20 AWT 26650 4500mAh 75A 2 pack $25 AWT 26650 5200mAh 45A 2 pack $25 Efest Purple 26650 4200mAh 2 Pack $20 Efest Purple 18650 2800mah 2 Pack $17 Efest Purple 18650 3100mah 2 Pack $17 LG HG2 18650 20A 3000mah 2 pack $16 LG HB6 30A 18650 1500mAh Competition Battery 2 pack $12 LG HE4 20A 18650 2500mAh Battery 2 pack $14 MXJO IMR 18650 2800mah 2 pack $16 Samsung 25R 18650 2500mAh Teal 2 pack $14 Sony VTC4 18650 2100mah 2 pack $17 Sony VTC5 18650 2600mah 2 pack $20 VAMPED 18650 2300mAh 40A Black 2 pack $17 VAMPED 18650 2300mAh 40A Gold 2 pack $17 Vappower 18650 2000mAh 30A 2 pack $16 Vappower IMR 40A 26650 4200mAh High Drain Battery 2 pack $20.
Battery Cases Efest Silicone Single Battery Case - $1.25 - Available in Clear, Light Blue, Purple, Yellow, Green, Orange, Pink - http://imgur.com/J1qWszU 2 Pack - $1.50 - Available in Orange, Pink, Green, Blue, Light Blue, Gray, Clear - http://imgur.com/a/Ly1WB 4 Pack - $2.00 - Available in Clear - http://imgur.com/fZYNZNM 6 Pack - $4.00 - Available in Purple and Clear - http://imgur.com/a/522WQ
Chargers Nitecore Intellicharger I2 - $13 http://imgur.com/qiHVgcj Nitecore Intellicharger I4 - $17 http://imgur.com/tKWuEbD Nitecore Digicharger D2 - $20 http://imgur.com/5FQDEjE Nitecore Digicharger D4 - $24 http://imgur.com/pjaaPgr Efest LUC 4 - $ 27 http://imgur.com/rERINZ5
Authentic RDA's iCloudCig FishBone RDA $20 http://imgur.com/a/vItPt The Fishbone RDA is a Kennedy V2 style RDA with sleek glass tank acts as a window so you can watch your kick ass clouds being born. Wotofo Sapor RDA $24 Available in SS, Black Wotofo Troll RDA $22 Available in SS, Black, Green, Blue Wotofo Atty3 RDA $25 Available in Black, SS Authentic Infinite CLT v3 Mini $25 Available in Black, SS Authentic Bullet Mini RDA By Sparkle $25 Available in Black, SS, Pink, White Indulgence Mutation X V4 RDA $24 Available in Black, White, Blue, Green, Pink, Carbon Fiber Indulgence Mutation XS (V4 Mini) RDA $24 Available in Black, SS, White Authentic EHPro Nixon RDA $24 Available in SS, Black, Gold
Authentic RTA's Uwell Crown Subtank incl/3 coils $27 http://imgur.com/DeioH1z Uwell Crown Replacement coils 4 pack $12 http://imgur.com/LlCOmVJ Uwell Crown RBA Deck Kit $14 http://imgur.com/a/tBtLD Smok TFV4 Sub-Ohm Tank $30 http://imgur.com/a/s20KE EHPro Billow V2 RTA $30 Horizon Tech Arctic Subtank $20 Sigelei Elite Tank V2 SubTank $20 Tesla Vortek SubOhm 80 Watt 7ML Tank $22 Sense Hydra Sub-ohm Tank $23 Kanger SubTank Nano Sub-Ohm Tank $25 Morpheus V2 SubOhm Tank 80W by Vapor Tech $25 Aspire Triton Sub-Ohm Tank $30 Replacement coils available for all tanks listed and others
Amigo Donner BVC Coils Available in Kanthal and Nickel Temp Control Coils $12/5 pack Compatible with:
The Amigo Donner BVC Coil in 0.3ohm and 0.5ohm are made with organic cotton surrounded by a surgical metal mesh that creates a capillary action that sucks the liquid into the coil keeping it cool. It prevents dry hits and allows for higher wattage usage, as well as spit-back while vaping. At 0.3ohms, it supports 40-100W usage. At 0.5ohms, it supports 15-50W usage.
The Amigo Donner BVC Nickel Coil in 0.2ohm is made with Nickel 200 wire and organic cotton that is surrounded by a surgical metal mesh. This creates a capillary action that sucks the liquid into the coil keeping it cool. It prevents dry hits and allows for higher wattage usage, as well as spit-back while vaping. * For use in temperature control devices only.
Tesla 200w Temp Control Box Mod Grey or Black Carbon Fiber $80 http://imgur.com/a/p4wAs The Tesla 200W TC Box Mod is a polished, ultra powerful device that has an incredible output range up to 200 watts, powered by two 18650 high drain batteries. It features temperature control function, supporting Ni200 Nickel builds, and minimum atomizer resistance of 0.08 ohms, providing the perfect foundation and flexibility to power today's latest sub-ohm temperature controled tank. It is constructed with a high-grade aluminum body, carbon fiber finish, and a clear OLED Display for an elegant end product.
Tesla 160w Temp Control Mod - Available in Black or Grey Carbon Fiber Metal or Dark or Red Wood Finish $65 http://imgur.com/a/eSY8u
Tesla 120w Temp Control Mod Wood - Dark Wood or Red Wood - $60 http://imgur.com/a/bvql2
Smok X Cube II 160W TC Box Mod - $65 http://imgur.com/a/K9RK9 Features:
Koopor Mini 60W TC Mod - $42 http://imgur.com/a/LMjyY
The Koopor Mini adopts a dual-circuit drive design inside, which can effectively control output while monitoring temperature of the atomizer. With the new monitor technology, HFDMR-Ni200 (High-Frequency Dynamic Monitoring Resistance of Ni200) , it can achieve the high accuracy of regulating and monitoring heating wire temperatures. The precision can reach 10 degrees Fahrenheit (about 5 degrees Celsius). Constructed from stainless steel with a zinc-alloy coating, it looks modern and feels comfortable. Magnet-held battery cover design makes sure that, with a gentle touch, you will simply slide it off and replace the battery in seconds! This compact mod takes one 18650 battery, and provides 60 watts of maximum output for enough power! You said you want real temperature control, and here is the KOOPOR mini.
The Koopor Mini has excellent buttons, and a very easy to use menu system on a bright OLED display. It can be used in wattage mode with any standard wire (nichrome, kanthal, or stainless), or temperature control mode with nickel or titanium. To operate in temperature control mode, select nickel or titanium, select temperature control mode, and then choose from 3 settings soft, standard, or hard to fine tune the performance.
Features:
Includes: * 1 Stainless Steel Koopor Mini 60W TC Mod * 1 Orange Koopor Silicone Case * 1 User Manual
IPV4S Black or Silver - $63 http://imgur.com/a/hDV9E
An update to the IPV4 Box Mod. This upgrade bumps the power up to 120 watts, 20 watts more than the previous version. This version supports firing both titanium and nickel wire for temperature control atomizer heads. This version does not the dedicated charging port, but still has the USB port for software updates. Features and Details:
Asmodus Snow Wolf 200W Limited Edition $98 http://imgur.com/a/jcREr Currently one of the most advanced temperature controlled devices on the market, Asmodus releases the Limited Edition Snow Wolf 200W Box Mod. It features the same temperature control mechanics, magnetic battery door, and 200W output power, but with a few aesthetic modifications.
The Limited Edition Snow Wolf has been designed with an updated chip, the GX200 V1.5, that has a locking feature, full gunmetal stainless steel frame, intuitive OLED screen, and metallic gold laser engravings. With only a limited run of 5000 pieces produced, this TC controlled device will go fast.
Specifications:
Sigelei 150w Temp Control Box Mod - $82 http://imgur.com/a/6te9a From Sigelei comes an update to their venerable 150w box mod, the 150w TC, now with temperature control. Featuring a two battery serial design, the 150w TC provides 150w of power, as well as temperature control functionality. The 150w TC also provides a magnetic battery door for easy access, spring loaded 510 to accommodate a wide variety of tanks and atomizers, as well as a 90 day warranty.
Tesla Invader II Dual 18650 Mechanical Box Mod $35 http://imgur.com/a/rn5qg Overview: The Invader 2 Box Mod is truly a natural beauty. With a body shaped to fit your hand, you won't find another quite like it except of course it's predecessor, the Invader Box Mod. With MOSFET internal protection, added 3pcs MOSFET, making the mod with low internal resistance & low loss & recoverable fuse. The improved support for lower resistance, you can't go wrong with this one. Features and Details:
Tesla Invader II Dual 26650 Mechanical Box Mod $35 http://imgur.com/a/K7nYR Overview: This new take on the invader box mod features a sleek, modern, minimalist design that exudes elegance. If you're looking for a powerful box mod that you can just press a button and fire, this is the one for you. The Invader 26650 can fire atomizers with as low as 0.1 ohm resistance, allow for big clouds with sub-ohm atomizers. The aluminum body is durable and reliable. Features and Details:
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2-Puffs Premium E-Juice http://i.imgur.com/kLnm8MT.jpg $15ml - $10
Flavors:
Abek E-Juice http://imgur.com/a/d1QU7 30ml - $18
Aisle 7 E-Liquid http://imgur.com/a/PzG3G 15ml - $10 30ml - $18
Beard Vape Co. E-Juice http://imgur.com/a/CbpNh 15ml-$11 Available in 0, 3, 6mg
Flavors:
Boss Sauce E-Liquid http://imgur.com/a/mXnI6 15ml - $10 30ml - $18
Flavors:
Cerealogy E-Juice http://imgur.com/a/oJa3a All flavors available in 0,3,6,9 mg 30ml $18
A premium line of breakfast cereal-flavored e-juices. Wake up in the morning with one of four delicously sweet and creamy cereal flavors.
Flavors:
Charlie's Chalk Dust E-Liquid http://imgur.com/a/VUmx5 15ml - $10 30ml - $18
Charlie's Chalk Dust is one of the hottest e-juice lines to hit the market. With it's rich, sweet and fruity flavors and creative names, these liquids has quickly become certified fan favorites.
Flavors:
The Cloud Company E-Juice http://imgur.com/a/dGT8N 30ml - $20 60ml - $38
From the makers of the world-renowned Suicide Bunny line of eliquids comes The Cloud Company, an ejuice line inspired by Pip the Bunny’s desire to craft a Max VG, high-performance line of eliquids that did not sacrifice flavor. The ejuice line was specifically designed for sub-ohming and dripping, but still maintains the exceptional flavor, quality, and complexity that has become synonymous with the Suicide Bunny e-liquid line. Flavors:
Cosmic Fog E-Juice http://imgur.com/a/Noe9L 15ml $10 30ml $18
Cuttwood http://imgur.com/a/ASKnd 15ml $10 30ml $18
Lost Fog by Cosmic Fog http://imgur.com/a/k9Y40 30ml $18
Streak only available in 30ml bottles 0,3,6,12,18mg From the makers of one of the most popular e-liquids comes a brand new line. The Lost Fog Collection is a premium collection of juices hand crafted by the experts at Cosmic Fog.
Ethos Vapors http://imgur.com/a/Z3skW 15ml - $11 Vape like a God! Ethos is a premium e-liquid line that uses rich flavors in carefully crafted juices that are worthy of the gods themselves. Flavors:
Glas E-Juice http://imgur.com/a/ZGjVm 15ml - $11 30ml - $18
HoldFast Vapors http://imgur.com/a/Bj7Yl 15ml - $10 30ml - $18
An ultra premium, pirate themed ejuice line out of Orange County, California. Available in 30ml bottles Flavors:
King's Crown E-Juice http://imgur.com/a/2KI9n 15ml - $12 30ml - $19 120ml - $65
Lost Art Liquids http://imgur.com/a/KLkST 15ml $10 30ml $18
All flavors available in 15 or 30 ml - 0,3,6,12,18mg
Monarch Premium E-Juice http://imgur.com/a/5V8jW 15ml - $11
Flavors: * Citadel: A mix of fresh blueberries and bananas topped with a light scream. * The Prince: A bowl of your favorite fruitey cereal covered in sweet creamy milk. * The Warden: Juicy sweet strawberries balaced with a watermelon and kiwi tart.
Mystique Premium E-Liquid http://imgur.com/a/yxE9S 30ml-$21
Flavors:
Nightmare On Vape Street E-Juice http://imgur.com/a/wdY4O 30ml - $18 All of our premium e-liquids are pre steeped for a minimum of 30 days.
Nitro Labs E-Juice http://imgur.com/a/UfnRg 30ml - $16
Obsession E-Juice http://imgur.com/Y654Hu6 15ml - $9
From the same Orange County, California based e-liquid mixmasters that brought you Space Jam E-Juice. Flavors:
One Hit Wonder E-Juice http://imgur.com/a/WECwl 6oz - approx 180ml $58
Ruthless E-Juice http://imgur.com/a/2haLl 15ml $10 30ml $18
Available in 15ml and 30ml 0,3,6,12,18mg
Flavors:
La Dolce Vita by Ruthless E-Juice http://imgur.com/a/yV8Z7 20ml $12 Available in 0,3,6mg only
The newest flavor La Dolce Vita will come in a LIMITED EDITION 20ML bottle. It is a Vanilla Pistachio Italian Gelato. La Dolce Vita represents all the sweet things in life. So kick back, relax, and enjoy the ride.
The Schwartz E-Juice http://imgur.com/a/9sX7a 15ml - $10 30ml - $18
The Schwartz is the innovative e-juice company based out of Torrence, California that introduced the vaping world to the yogurt flavor profile.
Flavors:
Seduce Juice http://imgur.com/a/DT0Kf 15ml - $8 30ml - $15
Flavors:
Space Jam E-Juice http://imgur.com/a/XrxRX 15ml $10 30ml $18
All flavors except Solstice available in 0,3,6,12,18,24mg Solstice available in 0,1.5,3,6,12,18mg
Suicide Bunny E-Juice http://imgur.com/a/Rb5JR 15ml - $12 30ml - $19 120ml - $70
Taste Vape E-Juice http://i.imgur.com/nJFWxAW.jpg 30ml - $15
Flavors:
Triumphant Platinum Label E-Juice http://imgur.com/a/A0lz5 15ml - $11
Flavors:
Vape Storm E-Juice http://imgur.com/a/nsXAY 15ml - $10 30ml - $18
Flavors:
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Cereal, a Taste of Nostalgia, Looks for Its Next Chapter

NYT - https://archive.is/AdvGg
King Vitaman and I were tight when I was young. Sweetened cereals were a rarity in my house, so beating my siblings to breakfast was the only way to make sure the king and I would have some time together.
I got up early to follow his animated adventures on the back of the box. Even the ingredient list, with its parade of unintelligible words and the promise of a full day’s supply of vitamins and iron, seemed endlessly fascinating. I was rapt until the bowl was empty and his sugarcoated golden crowns had turned the milk to syrup.
Now, I watch my young daughter stare at her cereal box in the morning, pondering a stalk of organic wheat or the plight of a koala. I wonder if she will ever have the sentimental pleasure of her own King Vitaman.
Breakfast cereal is a powerful engine of nostalgia — the warm, helpful kind, not the morose, depressive kind. The relationship starts with babies, who use Cheerios like Bitcoin, and stretches into old age. Almost half of all American baby boomers and nearly 40 percent of the generation born before them say the cereals they loved as children remain their favorites, according to an August 2015 report by Mintel, the global market research company.
But breakfast cereal, both as a cultural marker and a profit center, is at a crossroads. Since the late 1990s, its popularity has been slowly fading. Sales, which totaled $13.9 billion in 2000, dipped last year to about $10 billion.
Younger consumers are not as attached to cold cereal for breakfast as their forebears, analysts and cereal makers agree. They either don’t eat breakfast at all, or eat it somewhere other than home. And when they do eat breakfast, a bowl of cold cereal is often replaced by hot grains, smoothies, yogurt or breakfast sandwiches.
Some analysts, like Euromonitor, predict that cereal will continue its slide, while others, like Packaged Facts, are forecasting a turnaround. So are the big cereal producers. This month, John A. Bryant, the Kellogg Company’s chief executive, predicted that its cereal sales in the United States would actually grow by 1 or 2 percent this year.
Although breakfast cereal seems simple enough, fitting the right one with the right customer has become a challenge in an age of niche preferences, when even the specific grain and where it came from are critical to shoppers.
“The cereal category is certainly shifting,” said Melissa Abbott, director of culinary insights for the Hartman Group, a consumer food research organization. “Consumers over all are less interested in industrially processed grains as a meaningful start to their day.”
Some organic and other brands perceived as more healthful are selling well, so General Mills has added three organic cereals to its Annie’s line of children’s foods. By April, it hopes to introduce Frosted Oat Flakes, Berry Bunnies and Cocoa Bunnies in Whole Foods stores.
Kellogg’s, which Mr. Bryant told investors this month had not always been on top of consumer tastes, is banking on a better mix of healthful cereals. It has just introduced a Nourish line of Special K with quinoa, and is looking at ways to repackage cereal into single servings and more eco-friendly bags.
The dream of all these companies is to capture the all-powerful and elusive millennial eater, who just isn’t all that into cereal for breakfast. It’s just too much work, for one thing. Almost 40 percent of the millennials surveyed by Mintel for its 2015 report said cereal was an inconvenient breakfast choice because they had to clean up after eating it.
In the college cafeteria, eating any cereal you want for three meals a day is no longer a rite of passage. Bon Appétit Management Company, the California food service firm whose clients include tech giants like Google and more than 100 college campuses, said other options were preferred at breakfast. Locally made granola, protein bars and hot cereals like congee or oatmeal are popular.
The cold cereals that baby boomers grew up on have been relegated to a category called “comfort brands,” and Bon Appétit offers only a couple of choices on its traditional cafeteria lines. At Emory University in Atlanta, it’s Raisin Bran and Lucky Charms. Cheerios are served not because everyone has loved them since childhood, but because they are gluten free. The organic offering is Kashi Sweet Potato Sunshine. (At other places on campus, the company does sell a wider array of cereals like Frosted Flakes and
Still, this generation of young people may be the ones who save cereal. But it probably won’t be because they are eating it for breakfast, or because they are moved by vague claims of health, nutrition or environmental impact. Millennials are snackers, and not easily fooled by packaging or advertising, but they are as nostalgia-driven as any group of cereal eaters.
“I literally had three bowls of cereal for dinner last night,” said Christina Tosi, the New York pastry chef who founded the Milk Bar cafes and made the milk left in the bottom of a cereal bowl a culinary phenomenon by turning it into ice cream. She is a big fan of Lucky Charms and Frosted Flakes.
Ms. Tosi, 34, could be considered either a member of Generation X or a millennial. Like many people her age, she thinks of cereal more as a creative outlet or a way to dip into the past than as breakfast.
Since the business began slumping in the 1990s, cereal companies have been trying to position cereal as something other than breakfast, putting it into crackers and snack bars. But Ms. Tosi, who consults for Kellogg’s, said they haven’t exploited all the various ways cereal is being used.
“They have to embrace that people love the flavor and texture of cereal and the vintage nature, but it’s not about breakfast,” Ms. Tosi said.
Ms. Tosi is not the first to play with cereal in the professional kitchen. A decade ago, the chef Ferran Adrià of the innovative El Bulli restaurant in Spain poured a rich reduced seafood broth over Rice Krispies for a dish called Kellogg’s paella.
Off-market uses for cereal have seemed to accelerate recently. Last year, the Bedrock Fizz at the Eddy restaurant developed a fan base among young New Yorkers who appreciated a $16 cocktail infused with Fruity Pebbles. Trisha Yearwood, the country singer who is also a cooking celebrity, created a cocktail in which she infused milk with Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal and mixed it with Fireball Cinnamon Whisky.
Cereal manufacturers are starting to catch on. Recently, Kellogg paid a young, culturally diverse group of chefs to create dishes using its cereals. Among them was Danny Bowien, the man behind Mission Chinese Food in New York and San Francisco, and a lifelong Corn Flakes fan. For a special breakfast menu he served in December, Mr. Bowien matched Frosted Flakes with matcha milk and green tea powder, and poured bacon-infused soy milk over Corn Pops, topping the dish with a fried egg.
Fancy cocktails and cutting-edge cuisine may not do much to budge sales figures. But the chefs may lend breakfast cereal some needed cachet — and visibility — if only by eating it.
Kyle Mendenhall, the executive chef of the Kitchen, a restaurant group in Boulder, Colo., likes to pour cream or whole milk over Honey Nut Cheerios, the nation’s top-selling brand.
“Every chef is probably a cereal guy,” he said, “because 90 percent of them go home at 2 in the morning and eat what’s there because they don’t want to cook anymore.”
See Also: Junk Food Junkie - http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xw94y9_junk-food-junkie-best-of-the-bar-bands_music
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Cereal, a Taste of Nostalgia, Looks for Its Next Chapter

NYT - https://archive.is/AdvGg
King Vitaman and I were tight when I was young. Sweetened cereals were a rarity in my house, so beating my siblings to breakfast was the only way to make sure the king and I would have some time together.
I got up early to follow his animated adventures on the back of the box. Even the ingredient list, with its parade of unintelligible words and the promise of a full day’s supply of vitamins and iron, seemed endlessly fascinating. I was rapt until the bowl was empty and his sugarcoated golden crowns had turned the milk to syrup.
Now, I watch my young daughter stare at her cereal box in the morning, pondering a stalk of organic wheat or the plight of a koala. I wonder if she will ever have the sentimental pleasure of her own King Vitaman.
Breakfast cereal is a powerful engine of nostalgia — the warm, helpful kind, not the morose, depressive kind. The relationship starts with babies, who use Cheerios like Bitcoin, and stretches into old age. Almost half of all American baby boomers and nearly 40 percent of the generation born before them say the cereals they loved as children remain their favorites, according to an August 2015 report by Mintel, the global market research company.
But breakfast cereal, both as a cultural marker and a profit center, is at a crossroads. Since the late 1990s, its popularity has been slowly fading. Sales, which totaled $13.9 billion in 2000, dipped last year to about $10 billion.
Younger consumers are not as attached to cold cereal for breakfast as their forebears, analysts and cereal makers agree. They either don’t eat breakfast at all, or eat it somewhere other than home. And when they do eat breakfast, a bowl of cold cereal is often replaced by hot grains, smoothies, yogurt or breakfast sandwiches.
Some analysts, like Euromonitor, predict that cereal will continue its slide, while others, like Packaged Facts, are forecasting a turnaround. So are the big cereal producers. This month, John A. Bryant, the Kellogg Company’s chief executive, predicted that its cereal sales in the United States would actually grow by 1 or 2 percent this year.
Although breakfast cereal seems simple enough, fitting the right one with the right customer has become a challenge in an age of niche preferences, when even the specific grain and where it came from are critical to shoppers.
“The cereal category is certainly shifting,” said Melissa Abbott, director of culinary insights for the Hartman Group, a consumer food research organization. “Consumers over all are less interested in industrially processed grains as a meaningful start to their day.”
Some organic and other brands perceived as more healthful are selling well, so General Mills has added three organic cereals to its Annie’s line of children’s foods. By April, it hopes to introduce Frosted Oat Flakes, Berry Bunnies and Cocoa Bunnies in Whole Foods stores.
Kellogg’s, which Mr. Bryant told investors this month had not always been on top of consumer tastes, is banking on a better mix of healthful cereals. It has just introduced a Nourish line of Special K with quinoa, and is looking at ways to repackage cereal into single servings and more eco-friendly bags.
The dream of all these companies is to capture the all-powerful and elusive millennial eater, who just isn’t all that into cereal for breakfast. It’s just too much work, for one thing. Almost 40 percent of the millennials surveyed by Mintel for its 2015 report said cereal was an inconvenient breakfast choice because they had to clean up after eating it.
In the college cafeteria, eating any cereal you want for three meals a day is no longer a rite of passage. Bon Appétit Management Company, the California food service firm whose clients include tech giants like Google and more than 100 college campuses, said other options were preferred at breakfast. Locally made granola, protein bars and hot cereals like congee or oatmeal are popular.
The cold cereals that baby boomers grew up on have been relegated to a category called “comfort brands,” and Bon Appétit offers only a couple of choices on its traditional cafeteria lines. At Emory University in Atlanta, it’s Raisin Bran and Lucky Charms. Cheerios are served not because everyone has loved them since childhood, but because they are gluten free. The organic offering is Kashi Sweet Potato Sunshine. (At other places on campus, the company does sell a wider array of cereals like Frosted Flakes and
Still, this generation of young people may be the ones who save cereal. But it probably won’t be because they are eating it for breakfast, or because they are moved by vague claims of health, nutrition or environmental impact. Millennials are snackers, and not easily fooled by packaging or advertising, but they are as nostalgia-driven as any group of cereal eaters.
“I literally had three bowls of cereal for dinner last night,” said Christina Tosi, the New York pastry chef who founded the Milk Bar cafes and made the milk left in the bottom of a cereal bowl a culinary phenomenon by turning it into ice cream. She is a big fan of Lucky Charms and Frosted Flakes.
Ms. Tosi, 34, could be considered either a member of Generation X or a millennial. Like many people her age, she thinks of cereal more as a creative outlet or a way to dip into the past than as breakfast.
Since the business began slumping in the 1990s, cereal companies have been trying to position cereal as something other than breakfast, putting it into crackers and snack bars. But Ms. Tosi, who consults for Kellogg’s, said they haven’t exploited all the various ways cereal is being used.
“They have to embrace that people love the flavor and texture of cereal and the vintage nature, but it’s not about breakfast,” Ms. Tosi said.
Ms. Tosi is not the first to play with cereal in the professional kitchen. A decade ago, the chef Ferran Adrià of the innovative El Bulli restaurant in Spain poured a rich reduced seafood broth over Rice Krispies for a dish called Kellogg’s paella.
Off-market uses for cereal have seemed to accelerate recently. Last year, the Bedrock Fizz at the Eddy restaurant developed a fan base among young New Yorkers who appreciated a $16 cocktail infused with Fruity Pebbles. Trisha Yearwood, the country singer who is also a cooking celebrity, created a cocktail in which she infused milk with Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal and mixed it with Fireball Cinnamon Whisky.
Cereal manufacturers are starting to catch on. Recently, Kellogg paid a young, culturally diverse group of chefs to create dishes using its cereals. Among them was Danny Bowien, the man behind Mission Chinese Food in New York and San Francisco, and a lifelong Corn Flakes fan. For a special breakfast menu he served in December, Mr. Bowien matched Frosted Flakes with matcha milk and green tea powder, and poured bacon-infused soy milk over Corn Pops, topping the dish with a fried egg.
Fancy cocktails and cutting-edge cuisine may not do much to budge sales figures. But the chefs may lend breakfast cereal some needed cachet — and visibility — if only by eating it.
Kyle Mendenhall, the executive chef of the Kitchen, a restaurant group in Boulder, Colo., likes to pour cream or whole milk over Honey Nut Cheerios, the nation’s top-selling brand.
“Every chef is probably a cereal guy,” he said, “because 90 percent of them go home at 2 in the morning and eat what’s there because they don’t want to cook anymore.”
See Also: Junk Food Junkie - http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xw94y9_junk-food-junkie-best-of-the-bar-bands_music
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