General Mills announced one of its iconic cereals, Lucky Charms, will now be gluten free. The news is sure to please many consumers on a gluten-free diet who miss the taste of one of their childhood breakfast favorites.
OREO is adding a new product to its portfolio. No, it’s not another wacky flavor like birthday cake, red velvet, cotton candy or even watermelon—products that tempt consumers to give in to their inner child. Instead, the new cookie variation—more sophisticated, crisp and delicate—is meant for adults.
Food, fireworks, family and fun—a few words that describe a typical Independence Day celebration in the US. As Americans begin to scrape off their grills and flock to grocery stores in preparation for the holiday this weekend, food and beverage manufacturers might be wondering which products consumers prefer to celebrate with.
General Mills Cereals announced Monday it has committed to removing all artificial flavors and colors from its entire portfolio of cereal brands that include household names such as Lucky Charms, Resee’s Puffs and Trix among others.