Period Crunch – Uterus Shaped Menstrual Themed Cereal turns Milk Blood Red!
Period Crunch Cereal
Is Period Crunch the next Lucky Charms? Doubtful, then again, I’ve been wrong before. Period Crunch is a raspberry flavored uterus shaped breakfast cereal which turns milk blood red.
- The wellness brand INTIMINA released Period Crunch in May of 2022
- The menstrual themed cereal is uterus shaped and turns milk blood red.
- The cereal was created to bring awareness to women’s menstrual cycles and make it a topic of conversation while eating breakfast.
How about a little Menstrual Blood with Your Breakfast?
Intimate wellness brand INTIMINA recently released Period Crunch, a unique uterus shaped breakfast cereal which turns milk blood red.
Why Create a Menstrual Themed Breakfast Cereal?
To make menstrual cycles a topic of conversation at the breakfast table of course!
According to INTIMA, the company behind the newly released Period Crunch breakfast cereal, 82% of people are unable to correctly identify where the uterus is located in the human body.
Intima, a company that specializes in menstrual products, such as environmentally-friendly period cups and Kegel muscle training devices, would like to change that, and they’re going about it in an unusual way.
Last month, the company announced its latest product, Period Crunch, a breakfast cereal that’s supposed to act as a conversation starter about menstruation in the average home.
But there’s more to Period Crunch than just the unusual name. Every piece of raspberry-flavored cereal in the box is shaped like the female uterus and contains food flavoring that will color the milk a distinct red.
The cereal box will also contain a diagram of the female reproductive system so people can see where the uterus is located in the female body.
The unique cereal was reportedly inspired by an in-house survey of 2,000 adults which revealed that about 48 percent of women are too embarrassed to talk about their period, and a whopping 77 percent have never even mentioned the period as a topic of conversation in the household
I’m delighted that INTIMINA has taken the bull by the horns and developed Period Crunch to help raise awareness of the ongoing social stigma around periods,” Dr Shree Datta, a gynecologist for Intima, said. “Periods are a natural part of who we are, so it’s deeply concerning to hear that so many people remain uncomfortable discussing them when they are just another part of our health.”
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