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BERKELEY, CA - SEPTEMBER 23: Boxes of cereal made by General Mills sit on the shelf at a grocery store September 23, 2009 in Berkeley, California. General Mills Inc. reported a 51 percent jump in first quarter profits with earnings of $420.6 million, or $1.25 per share compared to $278.5 million, or 79 cents per share one year ago. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Of all the candies to turn into a cereal, THIS is the one they went with?

Post just created SOUR PATCH KIDS cereal.  There had been rumors of it for a little while, but it SEEMED fake.  Well, nope.  It’s real, and it’s in stores now.

Cerealously on Instagram: "First they're sour, then they're sweet, then they're probably the most divisive cereal of the year. Worth a try? ????????????"

1,594 Likes, 164 Comments - Cerealously (@cerealouslynet) on Instagram: "First they're sour, then they're sweet, then they're probably the most divisive cereal of the year...."

Apparently it’s pretty hard to find right now, so no reviews have surfaced yet.  The only info we’ve got is what it says on the box . . . it’s, quote, “sour then sweet.”

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Sour Patch Kids Cereal Is Real, and It's Out Now

Sour Patch Kids are coming for your cereal bowl... if you can find it.