The European Food Safety Authority expert Panel on food contact materials sees no health risks from the short-term consumption of breakfast cereals contaminated with 4-methylbenzophenone at levels reported...

Kellogg Company, the world’s leading producer of cereal, has announced that it will add fibre to many of its ready-to-eat cereals in the US and Canada. In recognition that fibre is an important...

Kellogg Company, the world’s largest cereal maker, reported higher first quarter profits overnight, as more consumers opt for low cost ‘at-home’ breakfast options. First quarter net sales...

Claims that Australia’s front of pack labelling guidelines are “not in line with eating habits and dietary needs” are false and misleading, according to Australia’s leading organisation...

A survey of breakfast cereals by Choice has found only two of those aimed at children are really suitable for everyday eating, the second time this month that the nutritional content of kids breakfast...

Finnish food group Raisio is the world’s first food company to add an H2O label to product packaging, indicating the total water consumption of the product. The label was added to Elovena oat flakes,...

Australian parents have teamed up with nutritionist Dr Rosemary Stanton to reveal their list of the worst children’s breakfast ‘Cereal Offenders’ as part of an ongoing campaign to reveal...

The European Food Safety Authority has reported that a chemical used in the printing ink on some cereal packaging is not desirable but appears to pose few risks. The EFSA conducted the research following...

The 2008 rice bumper harvest is coming to a close with better-than-expected production that could help ease prices, but there is expected to be an overall decline in global cereal production, according...

Kellogg Company is beginning a six-month test of a “more consumer-friendly, space-saving box for its cereal brands” that could potentially redefine the cereal aisle, the company says. Kellogg...