Lucky Charms Turns 50. Three Reasons Not to Celebrate

Lucky Charms Turns 50. Three Reasons Not to Celebrate

Lucky Charms, a cereal brand owned and operated by General Mills, is celebrating 50 years of “magically delicious” breakfasts. Jubilees are joyous, but when looking at what this product has been offering to 3 generations of children, we just want … Continue reading

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Lucky Charms, Kix, Progresso Scanned by Fooducate on FOX News TV!

Lucky Charms, Kix, Progresso Scanned by Fooducate on FOX News TV!

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Lucky Charms [Inside the Label]

Lucky Charms [Inside the Label]

Last week, General Mills made a dramatic splash in nutrition circles when it announced it would reduce the amount of sugar in its cereals for kids to “single digit” levels. While sugar reduction is commendable, it still does not make … Continue reading

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Good News!? Less Sugar Soon in Kids’ Cereals

Good News!? Less Sugar Soon in Kids’ Cereals

General Mills, one of the big 4 cereal manufacturers, including brands such as Cheerios, Lucky Charms, Trix, and Wheaties,  announced yesterday that it will reduce the added sugar in its products. More specifically, the sugar in cereals advertised to kids … Continue reading

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Kids’ Cereal – High in Sugar, Low in Fiber [New Report]

Kids’ Cereal – High in Sugar, Low in Fiber [New Report]

USA Today has two stories out about a recent research project by Yale University’s Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity. The findings were presented in Washington DC as part of the annual meeting of the Obesity Society. Here’s what … Continue reading

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