These celebs all have food brands
Snoop Dogg makes a splash in cereal game with Snoop Loopz
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Breakfast just got a little cooler as Snoop Dogg has released a brand new cereal called Snoop Loopz. The gluten-free, multigrain cereal featuring marshmallows comes from the Broadus Foods line that Snoop co-founded with fellow rapper Percy "Master P" Miller. Miller shared wrote that the cereal was "the best tasting cereal in the game" on Instagram and added, "@Snoopdogg we're taking over the grocery stores. Snooploopz.com The more we make the more we give."
Broadus Foods was founded "to continue Mama Snoop's legacy of her generous love and passion for feeding families in our communities," as per its site, and "Part of its mission is to support charities like Door of Hope, which assists the homeless." They also sell Mama Snoop's oatmeal, grits, pancake mix, and maple syrup.
Food is one of the best industries to get involved in. People need to eat, and new fads are coming and going all the time. These stars have gotten involved with food companies or have started their own in one way or another. Some of them have set up pretty sensible companies, aiming to solve a problem by offering something valuable that other companies weren’t doing. Others weren’t as savvy and just put their face on a packet of chips. To learn which surprising food brands are owned and backed by celebrities, click through this gallery.
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