FOX NEWS: Fox News is ending its partnership with Reese�s Puffs.
It will be replaced by Hot Puffs from Kelloggs, a spokesperson told FOXNEWS.com.
Fox News has a history of producing premium shows with Reese���s Puff, which it has aired regularly since 2002. Reese�d�s is the brand�s oldest and longest-running.
In addition to its original Puffs product line, Reese�ss is the only cereal company to have a full line of Reese�ds.
The company was founded by three brothers, Chuck and David, in 1919 and quickly became one of the largest cereal brands in the country.
The brothers are still in charge of the company, and it is in the top 20 in terms of sales, profit and shareholder value.
The brand is sold in more than 200 countries.
CBS: CBS is cutting ties with Rees�s and Kellogg�s as part of its effort to reduce its cereal footprint.
The network is discontinuing all Rees products, including Reese�’s, which is expected to be announced later this week.
Kelloggs has also announced plans to cut ties.
Kellogg’s announced that it would cease production of Reese’s products, as part in its effort in 2016 to cut back on production.
The brands are in separate phases, Kellogg spokesman Tom Johnson said.
Kellog has said it would not be announcing its plans to discontinue Reese�ses until later this year.
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