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NZ: Children’s breakfast cereals still full of sugar

Many of the cereals marketed to children are at least one-third sugar, according to a Consumer survey.  Just 11 products met their nutritional criteria. 

But there is some good news.  There are some really healthy cereal options on the market such as wheat biscuits or porridge – as long as you  don’t pile on the sugar.

Read more: Consumer, 6 Oct 2008  (You have to be a subscriber to read the full article. )

Published on October 6, 2008 in New Zealand news