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Cereal

  1. breakfast
    Dippin’ Dots Cereal Should Be the Pinnacle of Human Achievement. It Isn’t.There appears to be no liquid nitrogen involved.
  2. spoonfuls of sugar
    General Mills Releases Lucky Charms Frosted Flakes, a Sugar Bomb for the AgesKellogg’s probably thinks it’s not so gr-r-reat.
  3. casual racism
    Kellogg’s Apologizes for Making Racist Corn PopsThe boxes’ only brown corn pop was depicted as a janitor.
  4. health concerns
    Scientists Literally Can’t Figure Out How to Make All-Natural Lucky CharmsThey’ve been trying for more than two years.
  5. tie-ins
    Get Ready for Girl Scout Cookie CerealFinally.
  6. sign of the times
    Lame Dads Only People Still Buying CerealKellogg realized it can’t convince anyone else to eat Frosted Flakes.
  7. Taste-Testing the New Kellogg’s Cereal CaféCritic Adam Platt and Grub’s Sierra Tishgart try the chef-driven bowls.
  8. Business Moves
    Cereal-Maker General Mills Will Fund Food Start-upsThe company has launched a venture-capital arm called 301 Inc.
  9. Interviews
    Meet the Sneakerhead Behind NYC’s Brand-New Cereal Bar“It was getting out of hand. I was a grown man, 25 years old, and I was eating cereal all the time.”
  10. Health
    Lucky Charms Will Be Free of Artificial Colors and Flavors by 2017General Mills is removing fake stuff from all of its cereals in the U.S. and Canada.
  11. Complex Carbohydrates
    French Toast Crunch Is Back From the Cereal GraveyardIt’s been eight long years.
  12. Snap Crackle Pop-Up
    Christina Tosi Will Hand Out Free Momofuku-fied Cereal This Week in MidtownThe Roots and Tony the Tiger will also make appearances.
  13. Cereal Killers
    Global Warming Will Basically Make Breakfast Impossible 15 Years From NowSome not so grrrreat news.
  14. Video Feed
    Cheerios Commercial Brings Back Adorable Interracial Family Story Line for SuperThis time there’s a new little Cheerio in the oven.
  15. Cereal Killer
    Grape-Nuts Goes Non-GMO Verified, Loses Basic NutrientsSay good-bye to your morning riboflavin.
  16. B12
    Cheerios Super Bowl Ad Will Likely Continue Controversial Story LineWe haven’t seen the last of that cute Cheerios family.
  17. Cereal Killers
    Fruit Brute Emerging From Cereal-Mascot Retirement for HalloweenIt’s a planned collaboration with Yummy Mummy, of course.
  18. Grub Guides
    Rise and Shine: 12 Next-Level Breakfast Items to Make Your Mornings BetterCrown Maple Syrup, GranolaLab, and more.
  19. Video Feed
    Kids Don’t See a Problem With That Interracial Cheerios Ad“It’s their path, so it really doesn’t matter.”
  20. Video Feed
    Cheerios Commercial Depicting Interracial Family Somehow Offends Hundreds ofYour move, Honey Bunches of Oats.
  21. Breakfast in Bed
    Kellogg’s Is Trying to Make Cereal Seem SexierThe company’s trying to market to adults.
  22. Food Safety
    Glass Fragments Found in Special K, Kellogg’s RecallsBut no injuries have been reported.
  23. Inedible
    Dried Bat or Baby Rats: Which Would You Rather Not Find in Your Food?It’s actually a trick question.
  24. Mediavore
    Raw Milk Suspected of Sickening Dozens; Bone Up on Chicken-Wing-EatingPlus: New Jersey State Police will step up patrols during Sunday’s Super Bowl; and cereal boxes are the most widely read medium, all in our morning news roundup.
  25. Mediavore
    South Street Diner in Bathroom Brouhaha; Cereal Is Really Just DessertPlus Martha Stewart’s sausage-casing condoms, and more, all in our morning news round-up.
  26. Mediavore
    PA Senate Votes to Extend Beer Sales on Sundays; Kids and Adults Agree:Plus: Global food prices continue falling; and Martha Stewart compares sausage casings to condoms, all in our morning news roundup.
  27. Mediavore
    Phillies Fans Get The First Taste of MLB’s At Bat App; Starbucks RaisesPlus now you can cereal marshmallows without the cereal, and the forthcoming food site The Daily Meal hires an editor, all in our morning news roundup.
  28. Mediavore
    McCormick Place Called Out for Gouging; A School for Molecular GastronomyPlus: Gatorade ends its relationship with Tiger Woods, and Chex’s best months, all in our morning news roundup.
  29. Mediavore
    Food Trucks Feel Heat in Santa Monica; Bill Cosby Will Work at Pink’s Hot DogsPink’s is having a celeb-filled birthday week, while Santa Monica business groups are pushing food trucks away.
  30. Beef
    City Takes on Cocoa Krispies’ Health ClaimsCity attorney calls cereal’s immune-enhancement claim “misleading.”
  31. Mediavore
    Michelle Obama Keeps It Local; Michael Phelps Feeds the HungryPlus the latest foodie websites and how Pinot Noir usurped Cabernet Sauvignon’s throne, in today’s glance at the morning headlines.
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