There's a new movie on Netflix on May 3rd that deals with a fictional history of the classic Kellogg's Pop-Tart.
If you're unaware, here's the trailer.

Jerry Seinfeld and his love for Pop-Tarts made this fan-fiction film about how Pop-Tarts came about. It should be fun and, as a fellow Pop-Tart enthusiast, I'm looking forward to seeing it.

To go along with this film, Pop-Tarts are releasing a limited time Trap-Pop that you can win.

Cara Howe
Cara Howe

I love it when companies do this. So many movies feature fictional products so when the item or food in the movie comes out on store shelves it's fun to see and fun to collect if you're a fan.

I remember the first time I saw Cheesy Poofs from South Park at a store called Suncoast Video in the late '90s, I thought it was the coolest thing ever. Sure, they were just overpriced cheese puffs, but still fun to have them in a box that looks like it's from the cartoon.

If you're a Seinfeld fan or just love Pop-Tarts, these Trat-Pops should be available soon.

Unfortunately, they're only available unfrosted strawberry. Since the name of the movie is Unfrosted I guess that makes sense. Still, cool to see Pop-Tarts doing something like this to add to your ever-growing Seinfeld collection.

Assuming someone has one.

As a bonus, Jerry Seinfeld had a short that all ties in with all of this.

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