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Oct. 27--Whether it's a lop-eared rabbit or a smiley leprechaun, ads for some of the most sugary cereals for children get the biggest push on television, according to a new Yale University study. Cereals marketed to children have 85 percent more sugar and 60 percent more sodium than cereals marketed to adults, researchers found. "The total amount of breakfast cereal marketing to children on television and computer screens, and at their eye-level in stores, combined with the appalling nutrient profile of the cereals most frequently marketed, is staggering," said Jennifer Harris, lead researcher at Yale's Rudd ...
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Wholesale distributor of bakery supplies in the South Florida area. Exporting to the Caribbean, Central and South America. Affiliated Foods Inc. - Amarillo, Texas. Grocery distribution to supermarkets, convenience stores, and restaurants in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, and Wyoming. Also process milk and manufacture bread. All American Foods, Inc. - Broadline food distributor of wholesale seafood, meat, and non-foods for New England. Located in North Kingstown, RI, USA. All State Distributors N.E., Inc. - Wholesale supplier of health and beauty items, food products, and housewares. Montgomery, ... market research, surveys and trends
What's In A Name? « Bruce Wiseman
Some years ago, when our offices were on the Sunset Strip, right across the Boulevard from a soaring billboard of the Marlboro Man – that advertising icon who has since been charged with crimes against humanity – our next door neighbor was Jay Ward Productions. The Sunset Strip avoids the frenetic flash of the Ginza and the hordes of Time Square. It is the Haute Couture of hip; it is the front window on the world of entertainment. Awash with high-end hotels, ultra-chic restaurants, billboards of the lush and sensuous and rock’s most legendary clubs, it pulses with the very heartbeat of creative culture. And in the middle of this ... market research, surveys and trends


General Mills, Inc. -- Company History
311211 Flour Milling; 311230 Breakfast Cereal Manufacturing; 311340 Nonchocolate Confectionery Manufacturing; 311423 Dried and Dehydrated Food Manufacturing; 311511 Fluid Milk Manufacturing; 311822 Flour Mixes and Dough Manufacturing from Purchased Flour; 311919 Other Snack Food Manufacturing; 311999 All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing Consumers choose General Mills because we offer competitively superior products and services. Employees choose General Mills because we reward innovation and superior performance and release their power to lead. Investors choose General Mills because we consistently deliver financial ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
MILK Value: "Got Milk?®" Article
On January 26, 1999, the winter Business Partners breakfast featured Jeff Manning, executive director of the California Milk Processor Board. Although his name may not be familiar to many people, the advertising campaign that he spearheaded - GOT MILK?® - probably is. Manning has spent 25 years in the advertising agency business and has extensive experience selling both consumer products and services. His clients in the past have included companies such as Safeway, Bank of America, Procter & Gamble and Hunt Wesson. In 1993, Manning suddenly found himself in the role of client when he accepted a job at the California Milk ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


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... about nutrition but wants cereal that tastes sweet, and has cartoon characters on the package and toys inside the box? Or is your customer the cereal buyer for the grocery store? ... gives you a clear focus for your marketing and advertising efforts ... icon designer for software. ■ engineer for fishing ships ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Prepared Statement of the Federal Trade Commission On Marketing ...
Sep 23, 2008 ... characters and the advertising placed on programming directed to children .... products and smaller-portion packages; use of icons and seals .... however, does not tell the whole story because it excludes toys distributed by QSRs with ... premiums and prizes like skull-shaped cereal bowls, bandanas, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The Commodity Flow of U.S. Children's Television
A bug is a small video icon in the screen's bottom corner; ..... Network, its sibling the WB aired a Fruity Pebbles cereal ad featuring Fred and ..... television as much if not more than more traditional toy and cereal advertising, the ...
Who invented cereal? - Yahoo! Answers
i read somewhere that an early form of cereal was just pouring milk on plain popcorn. this is for real, i just cant remember where i read it.. i think it was on a popcorn packet... :D 2 years ago I read somewhere that a Mr. Kellogg invented cereal in the form of corn flakes in Battle Creek, Michigan as a treatment for mental patients. Seriously. 2 years ago Breakfast cereal (cold cereal) as we know it today was first made by C.W. Post of the Post cereal company. 2 years ago probobly a guy who had to much time on his hands and liked plain boring breakfast... plz dont downthumb me for this answer, because im just playing around. 2 ...
What do you think about Kellogg's decision to cut back on kid ...
It’s disconcerting (maybe . . .) when the children’s TV shows and ads all seem to look alike, to blend together.  But so what!  Kids have begged for stuff forever; parents have varied in their effectiveness at rebuffing the begging forever.  Every generation has had spoiled children, but those kids also stand out like the sore thumbs they are.  If a child will eat a certain cereal because Wilhelmina Oglethorpe is on the box, then good for the company who put Wilhelmina Oglethorpe on the box, and good for the parents who have a child who will eat without fussing. What we need is nutritional ...