Here's an interesting little seven inch, 33 1/3 RPM record from Kellogg's, all about their most popular products in 1971, which, they proclaim, would be "A Kellogg's Year".
There are eight songs in total, ranging from just under a minute to just over two minutes. I suspect this was for internal use, perhaps at meetings of some sort, or to be given to the employees. I say that largely because of track three.
Track three, "Low Noon", is easily the high point of the record. It's a parody of Johnny Cash's singing style and musical style, in which the lyrics make repeated fun of those who claim that that Frosted Flakes have little or no nutritional value. The dismissive way these complaints are handled (especially since those complaints were certainly spot-on) makes it unlikely that this was ever meant to be aired in public. I'll let you enjoy them for yourself rather than going into any more detail.
Of the other tracks, three are instrumentals, including one which claims to be about Sugar Pops, but it's hard to tell without any lyrics (the rough edit in the middle of that one is on the record, it's not an MP3 glitch). I also get a kick out of the way that "The American Breakfast" is described - the first word in the description is "Sugar".
Apologies for the poor sound quality, especially on side two - this record is fairly beat up.