And that's why we thought there was no better way to explain just how real the honey is that goes into Honey Nut Cheerios
than by physically showing it," said Jared Pippin, senior associate marketing manager at General Mills.
The boxes, which required rare brand approval to replace the traditional Cheerios
red heart with the iconic No.
Within the past year GMO Inside, a campaign of the national non-profit organization Green America, started calling on consumers to put pressure on General Mills to make Cheerios
without GMOs due to concerns over the health and environmental impacts of GMOs.
That could be because the oatmeal had more beta-glucan--a viscous, gummy fiber --than the Cheerios
There are many kinds of families, and Cheerios
celebrates them all," Gibson said.
ZHERO Nicky Byrne with primary school kids yesterday
FDA also charges that Cheerios
is misbranded because of the unauthorized health claim, "Heart-healthy diets rich in whole grain foods, can reduce the risk of heart disease," made on the company's website.
Now, no one at the FDA is arguing that a breakfast cereal is really a drug in the same way that aspirin or prescription medications are, and no one is going to be harmed by consuming Cheerios
in an effort to improve their health.
In addition Cheerios
announced that, this autumn, it is featuring first-time author Jacqui Robbins' book The New Girl.
can be replaced with any vegan fortified cereal; however, women should choose one providing 20% of the DV (Daily Value) for iron or more per cup.
That wager paid off for Yoplait, as did a move to add new flavors like apple-cinnamon and honey-nut to the company's Cheerios
The Snack `N' Go is a dispenser shaped like a giant Cheerio
with a clip that attaches easily to a diaper bag.
With the great taste of roasted almonds, golden honey and the combination of four different wholegrain cereal O's, Honey Nut Cheerios
will set any football fan up for a day's World Cup viewing
For example, a few years ago 17 million Americans watched a "news" story about the 50th anniversary of Cheerios
MINNEAPOLIS -- Just in time for National Cholesterol Education Month, Cheerios
is bringing back the Cheerios
Kid and Sue to help Baby Boomers understand how soluble fiber from whole grain oat foods, like Cheerios
([R]) cereal, helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet.