breakfast cereal


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breakfast cereal

A dry, often lightly toasted grain (oat, wheat, corn)-based food product, soaked in milk, consumed by many as part or the entirety of their morning ripast.
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com)-- According to a new market report published by Persistence Market Research "Worldwide Breakfast Cereals Market expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.
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The market for breakfast cereals has been in the doldrums but is poised to break out, a market research firm says.
We apologise for the inconvenience that this may have caused our consumers but assure them of our commitment to make great tasting nutritional breakfast cereals of the highest quality.
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To our knowledge, no prior reported study looked at the impact of breakfast cereals on heart failure risk in a large cohort," Dr.
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PEOPLE WHO EAT BREAKFAST CEREAL regularly tend to be slimmer than those who skip breakfast.
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Breakfast cereal consumption falling: Wall Street analysts, retail experts and company officials all have competing theories on what's wrong with the breakfast cereal business.