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  • The sweetness is more noticeable when the cereal is enjoyed dry as compared to in milk, and if milk is added to the cereal, is remains crunchy at least for ten or so minutes


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      Millville Apple Rounds is an off-brand cereal that’s very similar to Kellogg’s Apple Jacks. Just like Apple Jacks, the Apple Rounds cereal consists of apple-flavored circles and cinnamon-flavored circles. Both cereals also match in terms of crunchiness.

      The Apple Rounds cereal is a crunchy cereal, just as Apple Jacks is a crunchy cereal. The main difference between the cereals is the price.

      While Apple Jacks sell for well over two dollars in grocery stores, Apple Rounds retail for just a dollar-fifty a


      box. The difference in price can be attributed to the name more than anything else, so while a person is paying for all that advertising Kellogg’s does, with Millville’s cereal, a person is mainly paying for the cereal.

      and that’s all.

      Any person that’s eaten Apple Jacks before will know precisely what to expect from this cereal.

      The apple-flavored pieces aren’t as sweet as the cinnamon-flavored pieces, but they still have an element of sweetness to them that can’t be ignored. This ...


      • cereal is, ultimately, a sweet one.

        The sweetness is more noticeable when the cereal is enjoyed dry as compared to in milk, and if milk is added to the cereal, is remains crunchy at least for ten or so minutes. There’s not a lot of variety in flavor when it comes to this cereal as one part of it is sweet and the other part is sweeter, although I was able to make out the flavor of apples amidst the sugar and

        cinnamon.

        It’s not a favorite cereal of mine by a long run, and on occasion, it hasn’t settled too well in my stomach, but occasionally, I can enjoy it. The sweetness of the cereal can be bothersome, though, and because of the sweetness, I wouldn’t feel comfortable rating this cereal any higher than a “6″.

        I really don’t think the cereal needed to be quite as sweet as it was made to be as that kind of obscures some of the apple flavor.




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