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Alpha-Bits cereal was invented in 1958 by Thomas M. Quigley, a Post employee and father of seven. For decades, Post Alpha-Bits has remained a trusted brand with its great-tasting, whole grain oat and corn cereal pieces, and the alphabet fun that kids and moms L-O-V-E.
In fact, the Alpha-Bits on shelves today has a more nutritious formula than the original cereal that launched more than 50 years ago. The cereal has 6 grams of sugar and 12 essential vitamins and minerals. Alpha Bits cereal, as part of a complete breakfast, is a great way to start the day.