For serious California Raisin fans, this giant sized magnet pictures the guys line dancing into a box of Raisin Bran cereal in a 1980s advertisement.
Raisins dancing to Marvin Gaye's tune, "I Heard it Through the Grapevine," made California's the most famous raisins in the world. Born in 1986 the Raisins became a whimsical part of American culture. Four albums, a primetime TV special and featuring on everything from lunch boxes to Nintendo games and bed sheets accompanied their celebrity. Today they have a place today in the Smithsonian.