Kellogg’s Launches Special K Multigrain & Honey Cereal

Cereal manufacturer Kellogg’s in India has added a new product to their Kellogg’s Special K portfolio; Special K Multigrain & Honey. With this product, they hope to provide a wider range of options to their target clientele; weight and health conscious consumers.

Special K Multigrain & Honey

The latest Kellogg’s product is made with wheat, rice and oats coated with honey. It is low fat (with only a 2% fat content), low cholesterol and is 100% vegetarian. It will be available in a 435 gram pack, priced at Rs. 179.


Commenting on the new product, Harpreet Singh Tibb, the director of Marketing at Kellogg India said “Our aim is to have Special K Multigrain & Honey become a breakfast ally to consumers, offering them a delicious and nourishing option without having to compromise on taste. It adds to the portfolio of Special K with one more great food option for which consumers have shown a great liking towards in our research.”

The Special K Portfolio

The Kellogg’s Special K portfolio includes lightly toasted breakfast cereals, made from rice and wheat. Special K is promoted as a low fat cereal – many advertisements such as the ‘Special K Challenge’ highlight how the cereal can help customers lose weight.


In India, the original Kellogg’s Special K is made with crunchy wheat and rice flakes and is 98% fat free. Deepika Padukone has famously advertised for Special K, in an ad that tells audiences that it helped her lose weight in two weeks:

Now, with the Multigrain & Honey Special K Cereal, there are two Special K variants available.

Meanwhile, Kellogg also recently launched Special K breakfast quiches in the US featuring ingredients such as uncured ham, quinoa, mozzarella and kale.





1 Comment

  • May 16, 2016 8:10 pm

    Great article, but just eating Special K will not help you lose weight, you have to do more than that. Cutting carbs will work if you will stick with it. I am no expert but I did manage to lose 35 lbs in 4 months. I can’t say I didn’t have anything, I did have a couple of burgers and a pizza or two. Main thing is stick with it and let yourself have a treat occasionally.


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