Special K’s Nourish Bars Finally Get It (almost) Right

Special K’s Nourish Bars Finally Get It (almost) Right

Kellogg’s new line of bars – K Nourish Multi-grain with Quinoa – is entering a highly competitive market with hundreds of choices for consumers to make. To its benefit is the Special K brand recognition. To its detriment – the … Continue reading

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Are Keebler’s Simply Made Cookies as Simple as Advertised?

Are Keebler’s Simply Made Cookies as Simple as Advertised?

Keebler, a cookie brand owned by Kellogg’s, is not known for its high quality products. It’s a strong brand, with dozens of products to offer, but most rate very low on Fooducate. A new line of cookies introduced by the … Continue reading

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Special K Protein Cereal – Will it Really Satisfy Your Hunger Longer?

Special K Protein Cereal – Will it Really Satisfy Your Hunger Longer?

The American public has been convinced that of the 3 macro nutrients needed to sustain our bodies – fats, carbohydrates, and proteins – we should focus more on protein. Fats make us fat, and carbs, well, they make us fat … Continue reading

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Are Kellogg’s Nutrigrain Bars Getting Any Healthier?

Are Kellogg’s Nutrigrain Bars Getting Any Healthier?

We’ve written in the past about NutriGrain, a brand owned by Kellogg’s, and did not have good things to say about these bars’ nutrition profile (see here and here). So we were really hoping to see some improvement in a … Continue reading

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Kellogg’s Scooby Doo Cereal – Low Sugar Option for Kids

Kellogg’s Scooby Doo Cereal – Low Sugar Option for Kids

Kellogg’s has reintroduced its Scooby Doo cereal to the general public. You may ask – “Why another sugary cereal for kids ?!?” We’re pleased to report that the cereal has only 6 grams of sugar (1.5 teaspoons) compared to 3 … Continue reading

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Kids’ Cereal: Slight Improvement. Long Road Still Ahead

Kids’ Cereal: Slight Improvement. Long Road Still Ahead

The Yale Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity recently released its 2012 report entitled Cereal F.A.C.T.S. Three years after their original report on the state of advertising to children, researchers report “Limited progress in the  nutrition quality and marketing … Continue reading

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Kellogg’s Nutty Delights Chewy Bars – Less than Delightful Ingredients

Kellogg’s Nutty Delights Chewy Bars – Less than Delightful Ingredients

On a recent visit to my aunt, I found this Nutty Delights Bar on her kitchen counter.  Looked yummy and seemed like a decent choice for auntie, a known junk food addict.  It has fiber, it has antioxidants . . … Continue reading

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Fun and Nutritious? Kellogg’s Crunchy Nut Caramel Nut Cereal Review

Fun and Nutritious? Kellogg’s Crunchy Nut Caramel Nut Cereal Review

Apparently, last week on April 5th, America celebrated National Caramel Day. Kellogg’s thought is would be a good day to formally launch a new caramel flavored cereal - Kellogg’s Crunchy Nut Caramel Nut: “People will find any reason to celebrate when … Continue reading

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Review: Special K Protein Meal Bars

Review: Special K Protein Meal Bars

  New here?  Get Fooducated with our iPhone or Android App! Or try Fooducate on the Web! At a recent layover between flights, we had the munchies. This Special K Protein Meal Bar caught our eye near the checkout counter of an airport book shop. … Continue reading

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Kellogg’s Buys Pringles. New Savory Cereals On the Way?

Kellogg’s Buys Pringles. New Savory Cereals On the Way?

The Wall Street Journal and New York Times are reporting that Kellogg’s is buying Pringles from current owner Proctor and Gamble. The deal, worth $2.7 Billion dollars, will see P&G completely divest itself from food brands. Pringles, the potato snack … Continue reading

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