Would the Cocoa Puffs bird act so cuckoo without so much sugar in his diet? We may find out, as General Mills
This is not the first round of sugar reduction for General Mills, and Kellogg
Writes The Associated Press in its report:
"Cereal makers argue that their products provide essential nutrients and are a healthy breakfast. But health experts are concerned that added sugar, which provides no nutritional value, could contribute to weight gain."
This issue raises so many questions: What responsibility, if any, do these companies have to their customers' health? Are the country's changing tastes for sugar more than a minor problem for them?
Do candy companies such as Hershey
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