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Culture It's now 'Baby Shark' for breakfast

It’s now ‘Baby Shark’ for breakfast

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Had enough Baby Shark?

There more! It’s now for breakfast!

Kellogg’s partners with Pinkfong to launch new Baby Shark cereal just in time for a popular week for discussing sharks. This limited-edition cereal includes berry flavored loops and shark shaped marbits, blended together to be sure your family is singing “doo doo doo.”

“We know Baby Shark is a catchy tune that has captured the hearts of many families,” said Erin Storm, Kellogg Marketing Director All Family Cereal. “New Kellogg’s Baby Shark cereal was created to expand on the joy families feel in a tasty way.”

Kellogg’s Baby Shark cereal is available in Walmart and Sam’s Club starting this August until supplies last. To learn more about Kellogg’s cereals, visit www.kelloggs.com.

In other Baby Shark news, officials in West Palm Beach are hoping a continuous loop of children’s songs played throughout the night will keep homeless people from sleeping on the patio of a city-owned rental banquet facility.

West Palm Beach parks and recreation director Leah Rockwell tells the Palm Beach Post they’re trying to discourage people from sleeping outside the glass-walled Waterfront Lake Pavilion, which she says rakes in some $240,000 annually from events.

The loop of “Baby Shark” and “Raining Tacos” is a temporary fix to keep homeless people off the patio. Rockwell says the city wants to formalize hours for the facility, which should make trespassing laws easier to enforce.

Illaya Champion tells the Post “it’s wrong” to chase people away with music. He says he’ll still sleep there, but “it’s on and on, the same songs.”

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