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General Mills

  1. 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.
  2. health concerns
    General Mills Will Put Fake Dyes Back in Trix So Customers Stop ComplainingRed 40, Blue 1, and the rest of the gang are back.
  3. health concerns
    Scientists Literally Can’t Figure Out How to Make All-Natural Lucky CharmsThey’ve been trying for more than two years.
  4. rip
    The Illustrator Who Created the Trix Rabbit Has DiedJoe Harris also came up with the famous ad copy: “Silly rabbit! Trix are for kids.”
  5. space invaders
    Cheerios Gave Away a Bunch of Invasive ‘Bee-Friendly’ Wildflower SeedsIt distributed 1.5 billion of them, and ecologists argue several species could kill native plants.
  6. tie-ins
    Get Ready for Girl Scout Cookie CerealFinally.
  7. recalls
    You Should Probably Just Throw Out Your FlourGeneral Mills has expanded its recall over E. coli fears a second time.
  8. organic food
    Kellogg’s and General Mills Are Paying Farmers to Switch to OrganicBig Food is having trouble keeping up with demand.
  9. recalls
    Even Pancakes Aren’t Safe AnymoreGeneral Mills has recalled 30 million pounds of mix over E. coli fears.
  10. Recalls
    General Mills Just Recalled 10 Million Pounds of Flour Over E. Coli FearsHealth officials are investigating 38 reported illnesses in 20 states.
  11. Come On
    Cheerios Blew It With This Shameless Prince TweetThere are ways to honor a legend without plugging your product.
  12. It’s About Time
    Famed Olympian and LGBT Activist Greg Louganis Will Get His Own Wheaties BoxA long-overdue honor for a man many consider the greatest male diver ever.
  13. Business Moves
    Cereal-Maker General Mills Will Fund Food Start-upsThe company has launched a venture-capital arm called 301 Inc.
  14. Recalls
    General Mills Just Recalled Millions of Boxes of CheeriosIt says the popular gluten-free variety might accidentally contain wheat.
  15. News You Can Booze
    There’s Going to Be a Real, Official Wheaties BeerFinally, a real breakfast of champions.
  16. 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.
  17. Food Safety
    Food Companies Are Bracing for a Major Egg ShortageSome are even considering egg substitutes.
  18. Complex Carbohydrates
    French Toast Crunch Is Back From the Cereal GraveyardIt’s been eight long years.
  19. Terms of Service
    General Mills Says Everybody Can SueThe company will pretend nothing ever happened by reverting to its original legal terms.
  20. Cereal Talk
    General Mills Says on Second Thought, Facebook Users Can Sue After AllBut only sometimes, like when coupons aren’t involved.
  21. Cereal Talk
    Cheerios Facebook Fans Agree Never to Sue General Mills Under Sneaky New Rule“Like” its Facebook page or download a coupon, and you forfeit the right to sue, the company says.
  22. Video Feed
    Cheerios Commercial Brings Back Adorable Interracial Family Story Line for SuperThis time there’s a new little Cheerio in the oven.
  23. Cereal Killer
    Grape-Nuts Goes Non-GMO Verified, Loses Basic NutrientsSay good-bye to your morning riboflavin.
  24. Complete Breakfast
    General Mills Announces Original Cheerios Have Gone GMO-Free“It was never about pressure.”
  25. B12
    Cheerios Super Bowl Ad Will Likely Continue Controversial Story LineWe haven’t seen the last of that cute Cheerios family.
  26. Cereal Killers
    Fruit Brute Emerging From Cereal-Mascot Retirement for HalloweenIt’s a planned collaboration with Yummy Mummy, of course.
  27. Video Feed
    Kids Don’t See a Problem With That Interracial Cheerios Ad“It’s their path, so it really doesn’t matter.”
  28. Food Politics
    6 Things to Know About the World Food Prize’s PoliticsMonsanto and the Gates Foundation are big donors.
  29. Video Feed
    Cheerios Commercial Depicting Interracial Family Somehow Offends Hundreds ofYour move, Honey Bunches of Oats.
  30. Mediavore
    General Mills Sued for False Health Claims; Golden Road Brewery Debuts inFruit by the Foot gets called out for its exaggerated health benefits.
  31. Mediavore
    Starr and Vetri Restaurants Spur Development Along North Broad Street; GreenPlus: Suit alleges false claims of Fruit by the Foot; and a salmon farm backed by the Obama administration teeters on bankruptcy, all in our morning news roundup.
  32. Mediavore
    Boston Restaurant Spending Soars; General Mills Gets Sued Over Fruit by the FootPlus sketchy salmon farms and more, all in our morning news round-up.
  33. Mediavore
    Sewing Needle Found in Chili’s Ribs; How to Drink Pigeon MilkIn other news, Pepsi and Jamba Juice have both gone very green.
  34. Mediavore
    Campbell Soup Heiress Is No Longer a Billionaire; Pigeon Milk Is Being Touted asPlus: Pepsi invents a palnt-based plastic bottle; and General Mills is devoting resources to help modernize Africa’s food systems, all in our morning news roundup.
  35. Mediavore
    Top Ten Airport Restaurants; Mice Terrorists Invade Pennsylvanian Pizza ShopsLAX’s Encounter restaurant gets a nod, while a pizza shop owner is accused of terrorizing his competition.
  36. Fraudulent Foodstuff
    Those Blueberries in Your Cereal Are Impostors!Major food manufacturers dupe customers into buying fake-blueberry-laced products.
  37. Mediavore
    In-N-Out Makes Most Fatty List; Bigmista’s Barbecue Draws CrowdsThe Double Double is deemed dangerous while Neil and Phyllis Strawder are building an empire.
  38. Mediavore
    New Yorker Sues General Mills; Summer’s New Cold TreatsPlus: Jamie Oliver criticized by health minister and Virginians open bars to sober gun-toters, all in our morning news roundup.
  39. Mediavore
    U.S. Sugar Supply Could be Endangered; Bank Robber Disguised as ChefCompanies allege sugar supply could run low due to restricted imports and high prices while a Georgia bank robber wears a chef’s uniform while stealing.