TODAY’S PATENT – CEREAL FOOD PIECE
In the ever-evolving world of breakfast delights, General Mills has raised the bar with their latest creation – the Cereal Food Piece. More than just a morning repast, this ingeniously designed cereal piece is a visual and gustatory masterpiece, aiming to redefine the way we experience the most important meal of the day.
Awarded patent number USD939181S1, this cereal innovation took shape through the collaborative efforts of inventive minds. Filed on August 31, 2020, and granted on December 28, 2021, in U.S, the patent recognizes the ornamental design crafted by Darryl J Ballman, Adam Fiegen, Aimee Mortenson, Robert J Risser, and Frank S Volkers, all hailing from different corners of Minnesota.
The Cereal Food Piece is more than a mere breakfast item; it’s a symbol of aesthetic ingenuity. It’s headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, is the proud assignee of this patent.
As an American multinational giant in the consumer foods industry, General Mills has consistently demonstrated a commitment to innovative culinary experiences.
This edible work of art, still active and anticipated to grace breakfast tables until December 28, 2036, is set to transform the morning routine. As we anticipate the continued evolution of breakfast options, the Cereal Food Piece stands as a testament to the fusion of design and flavour, adding a touch of artistry to the most important meal we enjoy each day.