Kids’ Cereal Reformulated
Weekend mornings for parents just got better! In a move to make cereal healthier, General Mills is removing artificial colors and flavors from its cereals. Apparently, there's a growing desire for food made with ingredients people see as natural.
Among the first cereals to undergo the changes are Trix and Reese's Puffs, which are pretty basic for the most part. However, cereals like Lucky Charms that have marshmallows may take longer to reformulate. The company says 90 percent of its cereals will have no artificial ingredients by the end of next year.