Slide Show: Building Better-For-You Breakfast Cereals

Demands for improved nutrition have prompted developers to reduce sugar and sodium as well as increase fiber in ready-to-eat (RTE) cereals. Developers can rely on a host of ingredients that can boost fiber in breakfast cereal while navigating formulation challenges in better-for-you RTE cereals.

Demands for improved nutrition have prompted developers to reduce sugar and sodium as well as increase fiber in ready-to-eat (RTE) cereals. Developers can rely on a host of ingredients that can boost fiber in breakfast cereal while navigating formulation challenges in better-for-you RTE cereals.

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