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CHICAGO, IL - DECEMBER 27: In this photo illustration, milk and cookies sit on a counter on December 27, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois. Milk prices could spike to $6 to $8 a gallon in January if lawmakers fail to reach a "fiscal cliff" deal and renew a Farm Bill that's been in place since 2008 and sets the price at which the government buys milk. (Photo Illustration by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Now that every old TV show has been remade, companies need to figure out new ways to make money by rebooting your nostalgia.  And here’s the latest.

Post just announced that Oreo O’s cereal is coming back.  If you’re not familiar, they’re basically like Cheerios . . . only they’re made out of Oreo chocolate.  They went on sale in 1998, but they got discontinued in 2007.

They’ll hit stores again later this month, and not for a limited time, either . . . Post says they’re back for good.


Oreo O's, your favorite '90s cereal, is making a comeback

Every '90s kid knows the pure joy of crunching down onto a cereal so sweet there's question as to whether or not it's actually dessert. Oreo O's, a breakfast cereal from the makers of Oreo cookies, was one of those beloved treats. It was short-lived however, staying on the U.S.