If Pokemon came out for a line of food, what would the product be and why?
Not many shows have food associated with them directly. Sometimes they run specials like the toy in McDonalds or on a cereal box. The only show I know personally that had its "own design and brand" was Yu-Gi-Oh cereal. So what would pokemon have?
I would assume Pokemon would go of one of two major foods that most other similar type promotion goes to:
Both of these two are often dominated by children and a great way to drive parents to pay more for these items by hooking the kids on the show. I only want the pikachu shaped ice cream mom!
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