Cereal Day: The dearly departed
General Mills has been making cereal since the 1920s. And while our original cereal brands – Wheaties and Kix – are still going strong, on this National Cereal Day, we are paying tribute to some dearly departed cereals that didn’t stick around.
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When big corporations help small farmers (Tuck at Dartmouth, March 4)
Outside Mill City Museum Minneapolis (Loyalty Traveler, March)
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Danny Palmer's amazing cereal portraits.
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