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Grain

A unit of weight equivalent to one 7,000th of one pound.
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The cereal diet became popular after the "Special K Challenge." TheA manufacturer already stopped promoting the challenge but many people continued to follow and recommend eating cereal and milk daily for weight loss.
(NYSE:GIS), the maker of Cheerios and Wheaties, has seen zero growth in cereal sales over the past three years, WSJ said in a Tuesday story.
Cutthroat competition has led cereal companies to invest in product innovation.
(https://www.thedailymeal.com/eat/10-breakfast-cereals-have-much-sugar-candy-slideshow) According to The Daily Meal , most of America's cereal options contain about as much sugar as candy with favorites such as Kellog's Fruit Loops containing nearly 41.4 percent sugar in a single serving.
Summary: Cereal Market 2019-2025: Highlights the Vendor Landscape with A Focus On Major Companies And Provides Profiles Of Major Players
Post Holdings (POST) announced that it has agreed to acquire the private label ready-to-eat cereal business of TreeHouse Foods (THS).
Many of us can't think of anything more convenient than putting cereal in a bowl, adding milk and eating it, but--if we can mix our food categories for a moment--it's just not cutting the mustard anymore.
[USPRwire, Wed Feb 27 2019] Global Cereal Packaging Market - Overview In recent years, food packaging has been a key application for packaging manufacturers.
May 1: Cereal with toast or pancakes w/bacon, fruit, milk, juice
Lotte Confectionary has decided to enter the domestic cereal market through a partnership with U.S.
According to recent research, we are better off eating pizza for breakfast than cereal. Pizza is packed with protein and way less fats and sugar than cereal, making it a healthier alternative for breakfast.
3 (Petra) -- Cereal and corns stocks will surge to all-time high by the end of this marketing season (2017/18), after harvest seasons were better than expected, the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) on Saturday said.