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2014-03-04 08:28:41

Four exclusive DC Comics featuring Justice League Super Heroes are now available in specially marked boxes of Big G cereals MINNEAPOLIS, March 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Back by popular demand, select General Mills Big G cereals now include four collectible comic books featuring the iconic DC Comics' Justice League characters, on shelves now through April 2014. Four specialty issues created exclusively for General Mills, in partnership with DC Entertainment (DCE) and Warner Bros....

2014-01-27 12:24:37

Pop Culture Icon Lucky the Leprechaun Pairs Up with High-Profile Partners to Share 50 Days of Fun with Fans MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Lucky Charms® cereal is commemorating 50 years of magically delicious fun with a 50-day celebration thanking fans young and old for keeping the magic alive all these years. For generations, Lucky Charms cereal has been delighting kids at heart with frosted toasted oats and delicious marshmallow charms, along with the mischief and whimsy of the...

Companies Still Marketing Unhealthy Kids Cereals
2012-06-24 05:16:39

While cereal companies have improved the nutritional quality of the majority of cereals marketed to children, they continue to most actively market their least healthy products to those same youngsters, officials from the Yale University's Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity reported on Friday. The findings come as part of a three-year update to the Rudd Center's Cereal FACTS report, which was originally launched in 2009. That study discovered that the breakfast cereals that were...


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