This is a scan of a photograph of an ordinary, half-empty bag of cereal manufactured by Malt-O-Meal. It is not interesting, nor do I mean it
Do note, however, that the individual pieces of cereal are, as advertised, in the shape of O's. The name is Toasty O's, and the pieces are
Also, elsewhere on the package it is made clear that this is intended as a cheaper but otherwise indistinguishable substitute for Honey Nut
Cheerios, a General Mills product. And those Cheerios are, of course, also shaped like O's, which is why these Toasty O's are so shaped.
(And I just have to mention a line found on the Cheerios Web
reads as follows: "Cheerios has been an important part of all our lives for 60 years." It seems to me this is a bit of an
overstatement, a similar example of which can be seen here.)
So far so good but, as I say, not at all interesting