Start Your Day with a Healthy Ready-to-Eat Cereal

Whole-grain cereals contain fiber, as well as multiple vitamins and minerals.

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Nearly 287 million people in the U.S. have eaten ready-to-eat cereals this year, according to consumer research company Simmons and U.S. Census data. But, with all the sugary varieties available

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