Sales are sweet for the mostly sugar-laden cold cereals marketed with children in mind. But some retailers expect that is going to change. Indeed, some chains are already noting the growth in healthier "all-family" and "adult" counterparts as evidence of a shift. "Nutritional concerns" are leading some consumers toward alternative to the most sugary of the kids' cereals, said Dee Wetzel, a spokeswoman for Schnuck Markets, St. Louis. "All-family varieties, such as Frosted Mini-Wheats and ...
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