It sounds delicious! I'm a longtime fan of Goo Goo Clusters -- a candy that's been around since 1912; it was invented by a 19-year-old entrepreneur named Howell Campell in Nashville, Tennessee. One theory about how the candy got its name is that it was sold as a concession treat at the Grand Ol' Opry (GOO).
During the Great Depression, the slogan for Goo Goo Clusters was "a nourishing lunch for a nickel."
In this Depression, I'd love to find a nourishing lunch for a nickel. I'd go goo-goo over it.