Today is Friday, Nov. 16, 2018. Here’s what you need to know:

Good morning,

Instead of being sweet, sour and gone, Sour Patch Kids are hitting the breakfast table. The sugary and sour gummies will be sold in a cereal form, according to USA Today. Customers will only be able to purchase the cereal at Walmart, which will appear on the shelves Dec. 26. One box of the cereal will cost $3.98.

This is not the first time the candy has received a makeover. Sour Patch Kids have also been spotted as ice cream and popsicles

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