Toucan Sam (Picture 4) cartoon images gallery | CARTOON VAGANZA

Toucan Sam (Picture 4) Free Online Cartoon Images Gallery. Toucan Sam (Picture 4) cartoon character and history. Toucan Sam (Picture 4) animated movie and comic. CARTOON VAGANZA

Toucan Sam (Picture 4)

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Toucan Sam Cartoon Picture 4
Toucan Sam Cartoon Picture 4
image dimensions : 560 x 510
Toucan Sam (Picture 4) Four. Cartoon, images, gallery, wallpaper, widescreen, Froot Loops breakfast cereal, animated, movie, bird, funny, picture, photo.
Follow Your Nose is Toucan Sam's famous line to get viewers to try a taste of Kellogg's Fruit Loops. In 1964 Kellogg's introduced their multi flavored. Fruit Loops cereal and a colorful character named Toucan Sam to tell the world how great the taste of Fruit Loops really are. Toucan is a blue toucan with a striped beak who has this magical ability to sniff out with his nose all the delicious flavors in Fruit Loops. Of course after he does find the Fruit Loops, Toucan Sam is always willing to share the "fruits" of his labors. Each stripe on Toucan's beak represents one of the original flavors of the pieces in the Fruit Loops cereal, (red = strawberry, yellow = lemon, orange = orange). As a fruit connoisseur, Toucan Sam knows that Kellogg’s Fruit Loops are the best fruit flavors in the world. Toucan Sam also has three nephews who sometimes appear in commercials with him. Toucan Sam's nephews worship their Uncle and think that everything he does is cool. Now, the cereal pieces are O-shaped, and come in banana, blueberry, lemon, marshmallow, orange, and strawberry (artificial) flavors. Other varieties of the cereal sold by Kellogg's include Froot Loops 1/3 Less Sugar, and Marshmallow Froot Loops. Becky, thank you for following your nose to The Straight Dope. Our expertise here does, in fact, stretch into the realm of breakfast cereals. Perhaps I should add: Back in 1963, a new cereal was introduced called "Kellogg's® Froot Loops®." On the box, right from the start, was a colorful tropical bird with a very large beak wearing a towering hat of fruit. His name, of course, was and always will be Toucan Sam(TM). Over the years his looks have changed: his nose started out large, it got trimmed, then it got fuller again. His plumage started out grey, blue and white, and now he's all blue. He's also lost the hat. But he's been the spokescharacter for Froot Loops all along, occasionally even inviting his diapered nieces and nephews onto commercials, and onto the package once in 1964 (as you may have guessed, toucans don't wear diapers when they're small, but this is the world of breakfast cereals, where anything goes). The spokescharacter for the cereal isn't the only thing that's remained constant since the introduction of Froot Loops in 1963. The flavor has as well. And that's singular. According to Kellogg's, all of those delectable loops are flavored the same. Although I'll take the company's word on this, you've inspired me, and I plan on conducting a taste test very soon.



<< Home