On Friday, I learned two things from the folks at Food & Water Watch: Kellogg’s in the UK is actually launching a real cereal named “Totes Amazeballs,” and Most people don’t know that many common cereals contain genetically modified ingredients.
Does “natural” mean non-GMO? Not likely. Many breakfast cereals labeled natural are likely to contain ingredients from genetically modified corn, soy, canola, and sugar beets. This was a key finding from a survey of natural cereal manufacturers conducted by The Organic & Non-GMO Report. Several natural cereal manufacturers admitted that their products may contain GM ingredients, one manufacturer refused to comment, and three are putting their products through a non-GMO verification program to avoid the use of GMOs.
It seems like every day of the year is an official food holiday for something or other. Today, it’s National Cereal Day.
Put a crunchy spin on your next bowl of oatmeal!
While many processed foods boast blueberries, it’s all too common for the blueberry in these foods to be a mix of sugars and dyes, rather than the real thing. Here’s how to spot a fake blueberry and make sure you’re getting what you pay for.
A British study showed that kids can be satisfied with lower sugar cereals, provided they are offered a choice in cereals and other options such as fruit and fruit juice.
If you know someone who’s serious about cereal, this is the holiday gift for them!
Thanks to a successful campaign from the Rainforest Action Network, General Mills has committed to revamping its palm oil policy.
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Last month I posted a recipe for peanut butter banana granola. Here’s a zippy ginger-molasses version for those of you who like a bit of spice in the morning.
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Depending on your current breakfast cereal buying, I’d be willing to bet you’ll save between half and three-quarters of your current spending, and get a breakfast granola that’s tailored to your own preferences.