CEREAL fans have been left outraged by Kellogg’s announcement it will stop making Ricicles.

The company says it will stop making the cereal by January next year in an attempt to cut the amount of sugar in its products.

Fans of the sugary puffs have vented their disappointment at the news on social media this morning.

In a statement on its website, Kelloggs said: "In a further show of how it's helping people make healthier choices in the morning, Kellogg will stop making Ricicles cereal in January, 2018.”

It has also announced plans to strip children's marketing from Frosties packaging, to reflect its understanding that more adults than children eat the breakfast food.

In an attempt to cut sugar, the manufacturer will stop producing the line as well as cutting sugar in Coco Pops and Rice Krispies, Sky News reports.