Food maker General Mills said on Thursday that the company will begin to make the cereal Trix with artificial dyes and flavors.
"We heard from many Trix fans that they missed the bright vibrant colors and the nostalgic taste of the classic Trix cereal," said General Mills spokesman Mike Siemienas, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The news comes nearly two years after the company decided not to sell the cereal with artificial flavoring, in efforts to attract more customers. General Mills said that it will also continue to sell versions of the cereal without artificial colors and flavors.
The company said that nearly 90% of its cereals, such as Cheerios, Cocoa Puffs, and Golden Grahams, are still made with no artificial flavors or colors.
Some social media users are excited about the news.
While others are disappointed.