There are ways to honor a legend without plugging your product.
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A long-overdue honor for a man many consider the greatest male diver ever.
The company has launched a venture-capital arm called 301 Inc.
It says the popular gluten-free variety might accidentally contain wheat.
Finally, a real breakfast of champions.
General Mills is removing fake stuff from all of its cereals in the U.S. and Canada.
Some are even considering egg substitutes.
It's been eight long years.
The company will pretend nothing ever happened by reverting to its original legal terms.
But only sometimes, like when coupons aren't involved.
"Like" its Facebook page or download a coupon, and you forfeit the right to sue, the company says.
This time there's a new little Cheerio in the oven.
Say good-bye to your morning riboflavin.
"It was never about pressure."
We haven't seen the last of that cute Cheerios family.
It's a planned collaboration with Yummy Mummy, of course.
"It's their path, so it really doesn't matter."
Monsanto and the Gates Foundation are big donors.
Your move, Honey Bunches of Oats.
Fruit by the Foot gets called out for its exaggerated health benefits.