Master P, who unveiled the product’s new package, collaborated with Snoop.
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Snoop Dogg Creates his own breakfast cereal Snoop Loopz
Snoop Dogg is launching his own line of multigrain, gluten-free cereal called Snoop Loopz, which will be made by the rapper’s business, Broadus Foods. On social media, longtime friend and collaborator Master P unveiled the cereal’s packaging.
He tweeted, “MORE Corn, MORE Flavor & MORE Marshmallows that’s what sets us Apart from the Rest.” You will adore SnoopLoopz if you like Fruit Loops! SNOOPLOOPZ.COM.”
He posted a video with the description “Broadus Foods introduces the greatest tasting cereal in the game Snoop Loopz” to his Instagram account. We’re taking over the supermarkets, @snoopdogg. Snooploopz.com We give more of what we earn. GOD is wonderful for family businesses. Berry tasty Fo Shizzle!
Previously, Master P and Snoop collaborated on a product under the Rap Snacks label. Snoop Loopz is sold in a package with a picture of a cuddly animal hovering over a bowl of the cereal while holding a spoon.
Snoop Loopz is a colorful breakfast dish that includes wholegrain loops and marshmallows in a variety of colors. It also has fiber, vitamin D, and other nutrients that should appeal to both young and old fans of the legendary rap artist.
The newest product in Broadus Foods’ collection of goods, which also includes oatmeal, grits, pancake mix, and syrup, is Snoop Loopz.
The brand also capitalizes on Snoop’s ongoing connection to the food world, which was cultivated by his friendship with Martha Stewart and their co-hosting of Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party. Snoop’s 2018 cookbook From Crook to Cook: Platinum Recipes from Tha Boss Dogg’s Kitchen has an introduction written by Stewart.
Snoop Dogg has reconnected with Dr. Dre in the recording studio to collaborate on new songs in addition to his anticipated invasion of the breakfast food sector. With ET Online, Snoop confirmed the information.
Regarding the rumors started by early Death Row Records investor Michael “Harry-O” Harris in a prior interview, Snoop stated, “We’re cooking up a little bit. I don’t want to get into too much detail, but we’re back together.