Since 2009, MrBreakfast.com has catalogued 1,568 cereals released over 150 years and has allowed visitors to vote on which one is the best cereal in history.
After a total of 570,572 votes were cast and the data collected, a full list of the people’s choice have been released.
With 5,551 votes, Quisp, which was released in 1965 and discontinued in the 1970s, is the champion of cereals. Today it’s only available online.
The list’s lack of newer cereals shows that Millennials aren’t so crazy about cereal. 40 percent of all millennials deem it “an inconvenient breakfast choice because they had to clean up after eating it.”
In the last 15 years, sales of cereal has dipped from $13.9 billion to less than $10 billion.
Take a look at the full list of cereals and votes put together by Zachary Crockett via VOX. You can view the top 10 below: