Packaged breakfast foods have been having a tough few years. Cereal sales are down, more fast food outlets are offering breakfast as an alternative to eating at home, and now light yogurt's popularity is on the decline. Some types of yogurt, such as organic and Greek, have stayed popular, but with consumers' changing definitions of health, light yogurt has fallen by the wayside.read more
For most of my childhood, a bowl of cereal at breakfast was the perfect start to my day. I remember enjoying it as a snack after school on more than one occassion, too, but it appears that today's youth don't enjoy the same meal, as sales sag within the United States....read more
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