The Greenwich food scientist behind Alpha-Bits has reached 100. Invent pasta-inspired cereal shapes

Greenwich – In his lighthearted moments, Al Clause likes to think about himself because the Leonardo da Vinci of breakfast.

Hundreds of thousands of youngsters around the globe can savor his artwork on the breakfast desk, a spot the place Klausi, a number one meals scientist from Greenwich, has made childhood extra palatable and pleasurable for generations. His masterpieces within the meals business embrace his invention of instantaneous pudding Jell-O, Alpha-Bits, and honeycomb cereal. Honey-flavored cereal is one cereal that Klossy enjoys to at the present time, many years after his invention, with some artistic enter from his Italian pasta-making mom.

Final weekend, as dozens of members of the family, associates and well-wishers got here to honor him on his a centesimal birthday, Klausi appeared again at his practically 50-year profession in meals science and growth with satisfaction and satisfaction.

“On daily basis was enjoyable, I can actually say it,” he mentioned, as members of the family carried ice luggage and meals bowls for an enormous occasion on Saturday on the household house on the banks of the Mianos River.