My husband is addicted to Pop Tarts so I have to purchase them and when I can make money doing it then I will. There is a 10.00 Rebate form in the Sunday Paper. There was also a ton of coupons for a ton of different Kellogg’s products. So be sure to pick up a Sunday Paper.
Did you know that Kellogg’s Rice Krispies are not considered to be an immunity booster?
Kellogg’s® Rice Krispies® cereal has a prize inside all moms can appreciate: Support for your kid’s immunity. Every box now contains a special group of antioxidants and nutrients (Vitamins A, B, C & E) that helps support your kid’s immune system.
Take a look at the new “prize” inside Rice Krispies® cereal.
Check it out! Prize in the Box for Moms!
The Bad and Ugly about Kellogg’s
I had an invitation to join a boycott of Kellogg’s products. The boycott is because Kellogg’s is going to be using beet sugar that is genetically modified. The sugar is been chemically changed to withstand very large amounts of pesticide. It has not been approved by the European Union so Kellogg’s is not using it in it’s European products.
More than 73 food producers and retailers have signed a pledge not to use genetically modified sugar in their products. When asked by the OCA to make such a pledge, however, Kellogg’s said it had no intention of doing so. While the company will make sure not to use modified sugar in any of its European products — the European Union has not approved sugar from the beets for human consumption — Kellogg’s insists that U.S. consumers do not care if their food is genetically modified.
Taken from Natural News
My husband and I are not against genetically altered food. Should we be?