MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. -- With General Mills' announcing it would make all of its Big G breakfast cereals with whole grains, industry leader Kellogg may not be far behind. General Mills' move will affect 40% of the No. 2 cereal maker's line, including Trix and Lucky Charms, which this month will start sporting "Whole Grain" in large lettering on their boxes. Cereal companies have been addressing a slump in sales by tapping into growing attention to a deficit in Americans' diets of whole grains, ...
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