General Mills to Lower Sugar in Kids' Cereals
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General Mills, the Minneapolis-based cereal giant, plans to lower the sugar in all its cereals aimed at children 12 and under to below 10 grams per serving, Heidi Geller, spokesperson for the company tells ParentDish. "We have been working on this initiative since 2007."
Indeed, the company's original goal was to lower sugar in its kids' cereals below 12 grams, a goal reached sooner than expected. Those cereals should be on store shelves by next spring.
Some General Mills cereals with 11 grams of sugar will be on store shelves next spring including:
- Cocoa Puffs
- Cocoa Puffs Combos
- Cinnamon Toast Crunch
- Cookie Crisp Lucky Charms
- Reese's Puffs
The company has added whole grains, and a variety of vitamins and minerals to it's cereals and the new lower sugar goal is just the latest by the company appease parents wary of sugary breakfast cereals. "You can feel very good about it," Geller says about serving Lucky Charms for breakfast. Cereal is one of the lower calorie breakfast choices, she says.
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