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One of the most popular breakfast foods is cereal and even chefs have a favorite. We asked these food experts which cereals they can't get enough of.
These colorful Blueberry Cheerios are brand new this spring and they're going to be a permanent flavor in the General Mills line-up.
Magic Spoon is a new “childlike cereal for adults” that’s high in protein and low in sugar — I tried all 4 flavors and now I...
Love cereal but want a healthier option? Magic Spoon cereal is keto-friendly, non-GMO, and free from gluten, grain, wheat, soy, and artificial sweeteners.
Peeps cereal now exists and it's packed with marshmallow flavor. This Kellogg's cereal is only available for a limited time.
The weed-killing chemical involved in a Monsanto lawsuit was found in Cheerios and Quaker Oats products. Here’s how worried you should be.
Environmental Working Group tests generated fresh concerns about the presence of glyphosate in breakfast foods.
Brands and grocery stores actually use specific strategies to try and influence customers' spending. One is putting cereal at eye level with kids.
Cereals can often leave you hungry and with a major energy crash way before lunchtime. Here's what you should eat instead.
President Donald Trump wrongly suggested that buying cereal requires shoppers to present identification cards — and therefore so should voting.
The weed-killing chemical at the heart of a Monsanto lawsuit was found in Cheerios. Here’s how worried you should be
Environmental Working Group released a report showing traces of the herbicide glyphosate in popular cereals including Cheerios, Quaker Oats, and Lucky Charms. But the chemical likely does not cause cancer in the very low levels at which it is present. That's because the dose makes the poison.
The 30-year-old cofounder of Spoon, a granola brand that got its start on the British version of ‘Shark Tank,’ is planning to expand
Business Insider met with 30-year-old Annie Morris, one half of Spoon, an urban cereal brand that focuses on quality ingredients. She took her 'mild obsession' with cereal and turned it into a business with her cofounder and brother-in-law Jonny Shimmin.