Not all cereals are created equal according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, as many are packed with sugar and offer very little nutrition. This accounts for the 3% decline in sales the cereal industry suffered between 2009 and 2010, with earnings at Kellogg’s suffering a loss of 15 % in 2014, as people are shying away from the traditional on-the-go American breakfast. But for cereal lovers there is hope: Some cereals out there are actually good for you and you can easily identify them with these helpful tips. Nutritious or not—what is your favorite breakfast cereal? Tell us in the comments!
Cereal for Breakfast? Consider This
September 24, 2016