This cereal is really, really good. It’s also fairly healthy for you, with 9g of protein, 8g of fiber, and 17g of whole grains per serving. I love eating this cereal with milk and also as a dry snack. Great product!
The first ready-to-eat breakfast cereal was invented in 1863 by James C. Jackson. It was a form of whole grain flour dough baked into dry leaves, broken into chunks and baked again, and then ground into still smaller chunks.