Nutrition-Free Kellogg's Lego Fruit Flavored Snacks, Lego Logo and All

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Judging from the overwhelming interest in anything we post about Lego, we're thinking that some of the visitors to the Giz love Lego so much they want to put them in their mouths, and probably do from time to time.

Now here's your chance to do that without that pesky choking hazard. Kellogg's comes to the rescue with Lego Fruit Flavored Snacks, which contain no nutritional value whatsoever and may not even be food as we know it.


They're probably a part of the Gummy Bears food group. But never mind all that nutri-nagging. They're Lego, folks, it says on the box that they're fun, and they have a Lego logo on there, too. Eat 'em up!

Product page [Kellogg's, via Oh Gizmo]

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I have some of these in my kitchen for my 5 year old son and he's yet to eat any of his actual Lego's. Bottom line, if you're kid's too young (or too dumb) to know the difference between an edible Lego and an actual one, be the parent- don't give them to him.

These also aren't designed to be dinner (although I've seen more than one parent send things like this to school for lunch). They're as nutritious as a lollypop. People who don't realize this are 'tards.