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Frosted Mini-wheats
Frosted Mini-Wheats
Frosted Mini-Wheats
(Frosted Wheats and Mini Max [smaller version] in the United Kingdom, Mini-Wheats in Canada, and Toppas in certain European countries; also referred as "Mini-Wheats" in the US) is a breakfast cereal manufactured by Kellogg's
Kellogg's
consisting of shredded wheat cereal pieces and frosting.[1]Contents1 History 2 Advertising2.1 US 2.2 Canada3 Varieties 4 Ingredients 5 Recall 6 References 7 External linksHistory[edit] Kelloggs introduced Frosted Mini-Wheats
Frosted Mini-Wheats
in the United States in 1969 as a large size portion that was available in regular and brown sugar/cinnamon flavor, later followed by a bite-size portion introduced in 1980. The original large size Mini-Wheats was renamed "Big Bite" by 2001 and discontinued entirely in 2015
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Breakfast Cereal
Breakfast
Breakfast
cereal (or just cereal) is a food product made from processed cereal grains that is often eaten as the first meal of the day in primarily Western societies. It is often mixed with milk, yogurt, or fruit. Some companies promote their products for the health benefits from eating oat-based and high-fiber cereals. In America, cereals are often fortified with vitamins but can also lack many of the vitamins needed for a healthy breakfast. A significant proportion of cereals are made with high sugar content. Many breakfast cereals are produced via extrusion.A bowl of corn flakes with milk.The breakfast cereal industry has gross profit margins of 40–45%,[1] 90% penetration in some markets,[2] and steady and continued growth throughout its history.[3] The number of different types of breakfast cereals in the U.S
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Corn Pops
Corn Pops is a puffed grain breakfast cereal made by Kellogg's, described by the company as "crunchy sweetened popped-up corn cereal." The cereal was introduced in 1950 as Corn Pops.[1] In 1951, the name was changed to Sugar Corn Pops[2] and later it was called Sugar Pops. It was the sponsor for "The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok" radio and television show. The name was changed to Sugar Corn Pops in 1978, and finally to Corn Pops in 1984, a time when many cereals dropped the word "Sugar" from their titles for marketing reasons
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Kashi (company)
Kashi is a maker of whole grain cereals and other plant-based foods sourced from regular farming practices. Founded in San Diego in 1981, the company makes over 90 products sold in the U.S. and Canada
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Gardenburger
Gardenburger
Gardenburger
is the brand name of a veggie burger. It originated in 1985 and is owned by the Kellogg Company.Contents1 History 2 Products 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] The Gardenburger
Gardenburger
was developed by Paul Wenner around 1981 or 1982 in Wenner's vegetarian restaurant, The Gardenhouse, in Gresham, Oregon.[1] The company was originally incorporated as Wholesome & Hearty Foods, Inc., in March 1985. Initial funding was given to founders Paul Wenner and Allyn Smaaland, as part of a venture capital investment program of Louisiana-Pacific Corp., whereby L-P took immediate controlling interest
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Morningstar Farms
Morningstar Farms is a division of the Kellogg Company that produces vegetarian food.[1] Many of their offerings are meatless variations of traditionally meat-based products, including some that are vegan.[2]Contents1 History 2 See also 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] Morningstar Farms was introduced by Worthington Foods (originally a division of Miles Laboratories). The frozen food line of soy-based meatless meats, introduced into supermarkets and grocery stores nationwide in 1975 and widely advertised, provided millions of Americans with their first experience of soy used in this way.[3] Kellogg purchased Worthington Foods for $307 million in October 1999 at which point it acquired the Morningstar Farms brand.[4] See also[edit]Food portalList of meat substitutes List of vegetarian and vegan companiesReferences[edit]^ Morningstar Farms Puts New Perspective on Vegetarian Foods May 1, 2006
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Nutri-Grain
Nutri-Grain is a brand of breakfast cereal and breakfast bar made by the Kellogg Company. In Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, Nutri-Grain is a breakfast cereal made from corn, oats, and wheat. The pieces are shaped like rectangles with three holes in them (Australia, New Zealand). The South African cereal consists of pieces made of three interconnected circles. In the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Ireland the Nutri-Grain Bar name is used for the soft breakfast bars
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Sunshine Biscuits
Sunshine Biscuits was an independent American baker of cookies, crackers, and cereals. The company, whose brand still appears today on a few products (e.g., Cheez-Its), was purchased by Keebler Company in 1996[1] which was subsequently purchased by Kellogg Company in 2000. Around that time, Sunshine Biscuits was headquartered in Elmhurst, Illinois, the same town in which Keebler was located[2] until 2001. At the time of its purchase by Keebler, Sunshine Biscuits was the third largest cookie baker in the United States.[3]Contents1 History 2 Products2.1 Currently branded products 2.2 Brand Ownership Change3 ReferencesHistory[edit] Until the late 19th century, the biscuit/cracker industry was made up of small independent local bakeries preparing products and selling them in bulk
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All-Bran
All-Bran is a high-bran, high-fibre, wheat bran breakfast cereal manufactured by Kellogg's and marketed as an aid to digestive health.Contents1 History 2 Ingredients 3 Varieties3.1 Discontinued varieties4 See also 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit]1922 newspaper ad for "Kellogg's Bran", precursor to All-BranThe introduction of All-Bran in 1916 came on the heels of the success of Kellogg's Bran Flakes a year earlier.[1] It was sold in a red and green box, similar to most Kellogg's cereals at the time. After finding great success in the U.S. market, Kellogg's began distribution in the United Kingdom and other markets in 1922. Now during the end of 2017, All Bran has not been distributed in Utah for three months or more. Ingredients[edit] The current ingredients of All-Bran Original are wheat bran, sugar, malt flavor, and salt, in addition to fortified vitamins and minerals. Some countries allow the addition of chemical vitamins
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Apple Jacks
Apple Jacks is a brand of cereal produced by Kellogg's and targeted mainly at children. It was introduced to the U.S. as "Apple O's" in 1965 after being invented by William Thilly who is currently a professor at MIT.[1] In 1971 the name "Apple Jacks" was put into action by advertisers. The product is described by Kellogg's as a "crunchy, sweetened multi-grain cereal with apple and cinnamon." Originally, all Apple Jacks cereal pieces were orange and O-shaped, although they have become brighter and more orange colored over the decades. In 1998, O-shaped green pieces were introduced
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Bran Buds
All-Bran Buds is a variety of All-Bran cereal manufactured by Kellogg's. It is a wheat bran cereal that is a source of high fiber and psyllium. It is available in the United States and Canada. It used to be available in the United Kingdom during the 1970s and 1980s. The cereal was available in Ireland until the mid-1980s. Nutrition[edit] A 1/3 cup serving (30g, 1.1 oz) has 70 calories, 1 g of fat, 24 g of carbohydrates, and 2g of protein
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Cocoa Krispies
Cocoa Krispies, Choco Krispis, Choco Krispies, Coco Pops, or Choco Pops is a breakfast cereal produced by Kellogg's, coming both as a boxed cereal and as a snack bar with a 'dried milk' covered bottom, to make the cereal with milk tradition portable. It is a cocoa flavored version of Rice Krispies. Containing a substance imitating milk chocolate, the cereal can turn milk "chocolatey." The cereal was introduced in the United States in 1958. In 2003, the cereal was renamed "Cocoa Rice Krispies", as Kellogg's endeavored to unite their Rice Krispies variations under a single marketing schema. In 2006, the name was changed back to Cocoa Krispies
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Corn Flakes
Corn flakes, or cornflakes, are a popular breakfast cereal made by toasting flakes of cereal, usually maize (known as corn in the USA). The cereal was first created by John Harvey Kellogg in 1894 as a food that he thought would be healthy for the patients of the Battle Creek Sanitarium in Michigan where he was superintendent. The breakfast cereal proved popular among the patients and the Kellogg Company (Kellogg's) was set up to produce corn flakes for the wider public. A patent for the process was granted in 1896. With corn flakes becoming popular in the wider community, a previous patient at the sanitarium, C. W. Post, started to make rival products. Kellogg continued to experiment and various ingredients were added and different grains were used. In 1928, he started to manufacture Rice Krispies, another successful breakfast cereal. There are many generic brands of corn flakes produced by various manufacturers
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Complete Wheat Bran Flakes
Kellogg's Complete Wheat Bran Flakes is a breakfast cereal containing 100% of the United States' Recommended Dietary Allowance of eleven vitamins and minerals, including vitamins B1, B3, B5, B6, B12, C, E, and Iron, Riboflavin, Folic Acid, and Zinc. One 3/4 cup serving contains 3 grams of protein, 5 grams of dietary fiber and 90 calories, 5 of which come from fat
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Bear Naked, Inc.
Bear Naked is a prepared foods company that produces granola, granola bars and ready to eat cereal. Bear Naked was founded in 2002 by Kelly Flatley and Brendan Synnott. In 2007, Bear Naked was purchased by Kashi Company, a subsidiary of Kellogg Company.[2]Contents1 Products 2 See also 3 References 4 External linksProducts[edit] Bear Naked states that all of its products are made with whole grains and contain no artificial flavors, artificial preservatives, trans fat, cholesterol, hydrated oils, or high fructose corn syrup, and are vegetarian-friendly and kosher certified.[3] In 2016, Bear Naked introduced Bear Naked Custom, a website that allows granola lovers to create their own custom blend of granola and have it delivered directly to their home with free shipping. See also[edit]Granola Love Grown FoodsReferences[edit]^ "Kellogg Company". Google Finance. Retrieved 2008-08-04.  ^ Harris, Jessica (February 5, 2008). "CNN-Bare Naked"
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Country Store (cereal)
Country Store is a variety of muesli manufactured by Kellogg's. It is high in fibre and available only in the European Union. It is not sold in the United States due to its higher production cost compared to processed artificial cereals such as Fruit Loops and Apple Jacks (using artificial flavours and colours would increase profits for Kellogg's but is illegal in Europe so the company only sells natural cereals there)
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