Here’s a free idea for all you countless hundreds of cereal manufacturing bigwigs out there that obsessively check this blog every day: Pancake Crunch. It’s no secret that condensing larger breakfast foods into tiny, bite-sized cereal pieces is a guaranteed formula for success. Take the following, for example…
Did Kellogg’s recently open a new facility? We kid! In today’s cereal news, Malt-O-Meal, makers of everyone’s favorite discount, bagged, “compare-to” breakfast cereals, announced it is expanding its manufacturing plant in Asheboro, North Carolina.
This may have come out a little over a year ago, but it’s news to me: If 7:00 am isn’t too early for you to start drinking, but you’re still looking for a way to class up breakfast a little, then wine expert Gary Vaynerchuk has just the tips you need to get your morning
We all know the importance of breakfast, but new research suggests people who choose cereal for breakfast think more clearly, have more energy, and feel less stress and depression than those who opt for other “healthy” choices. Researchers compared people who ate cereal and people who made other healthy breakfast choices, like fruits and veggies.
Caribou Coffee, the second largest company-owned gourmet coffeehouse operator in the United States, said coffeehouse sales in the third quarter are up 4% from the same period of fiscal 2009. The gain was attributed to increased traffic in coffeehouses and a higher average guest check, primarily due to higher food sales, as a result of
The American Association of Cereal Chemists International Student Product Development Competition, or The AACCISPDC for short, challenged Wisconsin Students to develop a new, original food product consisting of one cereal product as the main ingredient. Each team prepared a report discussing the product description, target market and processing/packaging procedures.
Some depressing quotes: “General Mills recently announced that it will raise prices on about a fourth of its cereals in November because of higher grain prices.” — John Ewoldt, Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Michael Fahey of Kotaku recently wrote up a report on a cool promotional item from Paragon, makers of the City of Heros video game: a box of Utopios cereal, filled to the brim with all sorts of free “prizes” inside…