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November 27, 2009

Kellogg's discontinues cereal box "Immunity" claims

Kellogg has announced that it will stop using the big banner on the Cocoa Krispies proclaiming that the cereal "helps support your child's immunity." 

Here's a November 5, 2009, article from the Wall Street Journal:
Kellogg: Rice Krispies Won’t Protect Your Kid From Swine Flu

And here's the Kellogg's Press Release

November 27, 2009 in Labeling | Permalink

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