Getting the best of both worlds: Selling breakfast cereal across the Pacific
The US market for breakfast cereals has been in steady decline for the past five years, but across the Pacific Euromonitor argues that Japan holds plenty of eastern promise for manufacturers. Clare Harman investigates the differences between the markets and the potential for the future of cereals.
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