Despite the recent warm weather across much of the country, sales of good-for-you hot cereals have increased due to new advertising campaigns directed at children and overall sales increases across all private-label food categories. Hot cereals traditionally were a stable but relatively unexciting category from a sales perspective for supermarkets until about four years ago when the category got a shot in the arm from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the American Heart Association. ...
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