In the middle of 2012, Kellogg's introduced Froot Loops to the UK market for a limited time with only the secondary colors (orange, green, and purple), as natural color substitutes for red, yellow, and blue could not be found. The recipe also differed from the US version. Kellogg's stated that "due to European legislation we have been unable to produce Froot Loops to the same specifications as the US product. The formulations are different, including sugar and salt levels and the UK version has been produced with natural food additives and flavourings which will account for the differences in appearance and taste between the two products. " The UK Froot Loops are also larger in size compared with their American counterparts, and due to the different method of formulation, are a much coarser cereal. In September 2015, Kellogg's removed Froot Loops from the UK market due to a lack of demand for the cereal, although in 2017, a special Unicorn Froot Loops limited edition was released in the UK.
Although his beak originally had two pink stripes, during the 1970s it became a tradition that each stripe on his beak represented one of the flavors of the pieces in the cereal: (red = cherry , yellow = lemon , orange = orange ).  The additions of new colors have made this color scheme no longer accurate. There are now eight colors of this cereal. The first new color was green, which was introduced in 1991, then purple in 1994, and blue in 1996.
Horse riding is a very challenging experience. Especially, if you’ve never ridden a horse before. The first challenge for you is to saddle up your horse. Initially, it is really hard and thrilling to maintain your balance. To control your horse, you have to master special motions, which are unusual for your body. You should sit straight in the saddle and press knees and legs firmly against the sides of the horse. Try to move with the rhythm of its movement. Finally, you will be very pleased and at the same time excited when you will manage with all challenges.