UK: Cereal bars under fire in Which? report

By Michelle Russell | 20 August 2012

Cereal bar manufacturers, including Kellogg, have come under fire from UK consumer group Which? in a report that claims the image of the product as a healthy snack is a "myth".

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Cereal bar manufacturers, including Kellogg, have come under fire from UK consumer group Which? in a report that claims the image of the product as a healthy snack is a "myth".

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