This just in: Seitenbacher, a big Müsli producer, has messed with the breakfast of so many Germans **gasp**
Müsli can be pretty much a mix of anything, as long as there are oats in there, as well. Many like a mixture of nuts, dried fruit, oats and cornflakes - so a bit like a trail mix with added milk. Whichever way you like it, you can mix it yourself, or buy it ready-mixed off the shelf. But Seitenbacher tried to trick consumers by introducing a "new" mix - for more money and less content, double-whammy! - which turned out to be not so new after all: only a tiny amount of honey had been added to the recipe. But consumers in Germany can take their concerns to the Vebraucherzentrale ("consumer central"), and so they did about the Müsli. In a vote, Seitenbacher now received the unflattering title of "Mogelpackung des Jahres 2020". Seitenbacher is no longer producing the new version of this Müsli. You can read more about it here (in German).
Did all this talk about Müsli get you slabbering for a good old bowl of it? You can find Müsli in many forms, pretty much anywhere, but unfortunately we have to say, that Seitenbacher does have the best mixes here in the US. You can find them here for example. Lecker!