Kellogg agrees to stop marketing sugary cereals as “healthy” (in the US, no doubt the lies will continue in Australia)

Kellogg, one of the county’s top cereal companies, has agreed to stop using misleading terms such as “healthy,” “nutritious,” and “wholesome” to promote products like Frosted Mini-Wheats.

A $31 million settlement in a California lawsuit will force Kellogg to significantly change its marketing.

Kellogg agrees to stop marketing sugary cereals as “healthy”

OK, so it’s a limited judgment and all that, but maybe it’s a start?

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