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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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Breakfast cereals are broadly marketed under two segments: RTE cereals and Hot cereals.
Discover the latest market trends and uncover sources of future market growth for the Breakfast cereals industry in India with research from Euromonitor's team of in-country analysts.
Discover the latest market trends and uncover sources of future market growth for the Breakfast Cereals industry in Hong Kong, China with research from Euromonitor's team of in-country analysts.
The breakfast cereal market will experience cumulative growth of 10% during the 2014-2018 period and will reach $13 billion in 2018," the researchers say.
We're working hard to give parents lower sugar options and that's why we've just launched Mini Max - a new lower sugar kids' breakfast cereal.
I heartily agree with CI that breakfast cereals can be damaging to children's health and advertising on the packages is misleading and should be regulated," Rennie added.
Weetabix has developed a new variant of its Weetos brand to continue its push into the children's breakfast cereal market.
I've noticed some breakfast cereals provide more vitamins and minerals than others do.
To our knowledge, no prior reported study looked at the impact of breakfast cereals on heart failure risk in a large cohort," Dr.
We've already written a lot about the virtues of cold breakfast cereals, but recent studies have come up with even more good reasons to chow down on those "grrrrrreat
A bowl of some breakfast cereals contains more salt than a packet of crisps, according to research published yesterday.