Frosted Mini-Wheats (Frosted Wheats and Mini Max in the United Kingdom, Mini-Wheats in Canada, and Toppas in certain European countries; also referred as 'Mini-Wheats' in the US) is a breakfast cereal manufactured by Kellogg's consisting of shredded wheat cereal pieces and frosting. Kelloggs introduced Frosted Mini-Wheats in the United States in 1972 as a large size portion that was available in regular and brown sugar/cinnamon flavor, which would later be followed by a bite-size portion that was introduced in 1980. The original large size Mini-Wheats would later be renamed 'Big Bite' by 2001. In 1999, Kellogg's went into the line by introducing a non-frosted Mini-Wheats variety that contained raisin filling, replacing Raisin Squares. It was discontinued in 2 years.When the, Frosted Wheats were available from the 1980s until the early 1990s in the United Kingdom under the Toppas name.
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