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When I tried to make breakfast cereal

I have this great book that my Aunt gave me called ‘Super Baby Food’.  It is full of information on how to feed your baby nutritious foods and has hundreds of recipes.  326 more words

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Is Pizza a Healthier Breakfast Option Than Cereal?

Whether it’s microwaved or store-bought, pizza is the epitome of the perfect food. While its combination of cheese and carb goodness is ideal for get-togethers, breakups, study sessions or even late nights, studies now suggest it might also be healthier than most breakfast cereals. 421 more words


NATURE'S PATH: Sunrise, Superflakes and Granola

‘Always leave the soil better than you found it.’

There is so much to love about Nature’s Path.

Born in 1985, this charitable, organic-only family has always put values, sustainability, quality and fair trade at the centre of their care as much as producing the very best Coeliac UK-endorsed cereal options that could possibly be offered. 2,520 more words

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Is it Time to Change Cereal?

The Cereal Aisle   

I’m always impressed at the number of new breakfast cereals I’m seeing on the shelves of grocery stores. Sometimes I think to myself- if only I could keep up with new flavors! 410 more words

Friday Review: For the love of seeds! Qi'a Superfood

Seeds are vital to a healthy human diet. They are filled with essential fats, protein, amino acids, fibre and antioxidants. Seeds can assist with weight loss, lowering blood pressure and cholesterol and maintaining a strong brain function. 329 more words


Package design says: Send a Cheer!

Cheerios is a General Mills brand and their “Be the Cheer” campaign is a brilliant best-practice merchandised in the breakfast cereal aisle at your local Canadian retailer. 621 more words

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Sign of the Apocalypse? Unicorn Froot Loops Are Coming to the U.S.

Now called “Kellogg’s Unicorn Cereal,” the mythical loops are invading American shores.

Charlie Heller reports: The unicorn food phenomenon has yet to abate, and soon, may grow even stronger, as… 236 more words

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