Snap, Crackle & Pop

<B>Official name:</B> Snack, Crackle and Pop<BR>
<B>Created:</B> 1933<BR>
<B>Parent company:</B> <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP008587" title="Kellogg Company" href="/topic/economy-business-finance/consumer-goods-industries/food-industry/kellogg-company-ORCRP008587.topic">Kellogg Co.</a><BR>
<B>Known for:</B> Three elves that represent the sounds of Rice Krispies when covered with milk.<BR>
<B>Family:</B> There was a fourth elf character who was named Pow who was supposed to represent the explosive nutritional value of Rice Krispies but who was later discontinued. <BR>
<B>You might not know:</B> The characters were briefly re-imagined as superheroes in the early 1990s, but later returned to their original elf-like form. In Germany they are known as Knisper! Knasper! Knusper! and Pim! Pum! Pam! in Mexico.
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( March 31, 2010 )

Official name: Snack, Crackle and Pop
Created: 1933
Parent company: Kellogg Co.
Known for: Three elves that represent the sounds of Rice Krispies when covered with milk.
Family: There was a fourth elf character who was named Pow who was supposed to represent the explosive nutritional value of Rice Krispies but who was later discontinued.
You might not know: The characters were briefly re-imagined as superheroes in the early 1990s, but later returned to their original elf-like form. In Germany they are known as Knisper! Knasper! Knusper! and Pim! Pum! Pam! in Mexico.

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