I just spent an embarrassing amount of time taking screen captures of various “complete breakfasts” from Cap’n Crunch commercials on YouTube. I’m a college graduate! Anyway, enjoy…!
In this shocking new study published in Pediatrics, scientists have successfully proven that children who eat breakfast cereals with sugar are consuming more sugar than children who eat low-sugar breakfast cereals. High-sugar cereals increase children’s total sugar consumption and reduce the overall nutritional quality of their breakfast. Won’t somebody please think of the children?! Another
And do you have a penchant for making highly risky, unsecured online purchases from an extremely sketchy online retailer that uses excessive emoticons in a business setting? Well, today is your lucky day!
Shawn Michael Hanley, 19, was arrested yesterday for breaking into a car in Reno, Nevada. His target: a box of munchy, crunchy, chocolatey-tasting Cocoa Puffs, with 10 important vitamins and minerals.
Well, not that shocking. The Food Advertising to Children and Teens Score (FACTS) was developed to scientifically measure food marketing to youth. While young people are exposed to marketing for a variety of food products, cereal was chosen as the first food category to be evaluated using FACTS because cereal companies target children more often
Major cereal brand Kellogg’s has been crowned Australia’s Most Misleading Junk Food Advertiser for the fourth year running. Kellogg’s also picked up the Smoke and Mirrors Award for claiming Nutri-Grain is good for aspiring athletes. Spokeswoman Karen Sims for lobby group Parents Jury: “ have featured a lot in our Fame and Shame Awards over
So for whatever reason, I decided to look up Teddy Grahams Breakfast Bears Cereal commercials on YouTube today and stumbled across this: The ad was memorable, and sort of silly, but I was wondering if there might be another, better-quality version of the commercial on YouTube. I saw another, similarly-titled video with a familiar thumbnail
FOX has teamed up with Post Foods to create and produce ‘Honey and Joy’ – an 8-episode length Honey Bunches of Oats themed comedy series. Luckily, the series will be only be available online and via mobile apps, so you won’t be seeing this on your television any time soon. The Honey Bunches of Oats