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A unit of weight equivalent to one 7,000th of one pound.
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Malt-O-Meal, based in Minneapolis, said it learned Sunday that its Millville brand cereal sold at Aldi supermarkets in the Chicago area was the possible source of the unusual strain of salmonella.
Analysts said the move, meant to bolster earnings, still may backfire on the maker of Trix and Wheaties cereals because rivals such as Kellogg may not raise their prices immediately.
Industry Definition NAICS 31123: Breakfast Cereal Manufacturing.
This market research report segments the breakfast cereals market on the basis of product type and region: On the basis of types, breakfast cereals can be segmented into ready-to-eat cereals and hot cereals.
Researchers randomly assigned 91 children aged 5 to 12 to choose one of three low-sugar cereals (Cheerios, Corn Flakes, or Rice Krispies) or one of three high-sugar cereals (Cocoa Puffs, Froot Loops, or Frosted Flakes).
Founded in 2004 by twenty-something entrepreneurs Kenneth Rader, Joshua Rader, and Michael Glassman, The Cereal Bowl is a new breed of cafe fusing an old time favorite with a new and exciting twist.
Cereal compares very favorably to other popular breakfast alternatives in terms of overall calories and fat content.
As highlighted in the report, there is a wide range of cereals to meet every occasion and breakfast cereal manufacturers are continually working to improve their nutritional profile.
Langholm Capital is delighted to announce the sale of Dorset Cereals to Wellness Foods.
Certainly, the Monsters Inc cereal was something of a coup in the market as it didn't just take a movie character and link it to an existing cereal, it created a whole new product and packaging designed around the character.
Chapter Titles: Introduction; Cereal production methods; Wheat, corn and coarse grains milling; Biotechnology, cereal and cereal products quality Rice production; Pasta production; Asian noodle processing; Breakfast cereals; Malting; Breadmaking
The breakfast cereal manufacturing industry consisted of 48 companies operating 71 plants in the United States during 1997, according to the Census of Breakfast Cereal Manufacturers.