Special K cereal is crunchy, but not crunchy enough to cut the inside of your mouth. Some complaints were launched because people were finding small glass pieces in their Red Berry Special K, the company then immediately issued a recall to be safe
Since the beginning of packaged and marketed cereals, there's been debate about the health (or lack thereof) benefits of the breakfast staple - especially in regards to those brands primarily targeted at children. Nutritionists bemoan the high amounts of sugar, while the manufacturers say that without a sweet taste, the kids won't eat it; Those food companies suggest that it's better for kids to
Just how "natural" is "natural"? The Kellogg-company is about to find out with their Kashi-brands of cereal.
Kellogg's is facing anger on social media sites because of complaints that its popular Kashi brand of cold cereals doesn't live up to the company's "natural" billing on advertisements and box covers...