Millennials aren’t eating cereal as much as previous generations did. Sales, which totaled $13.9 billion in 2000, dipped last year to about $10 billion. So cereal, both as a cultural marker and a profit center, is at a crossroads.
Millennials aren’t eating cereal as much as previous generations did. Sales, which totaled $13.9 billion in 2000, dipped last year to about $10 billion. So cereal, both as a cultural marker and a profit center, is at a crossroads. Shafer Brown The Kansas City Star
Millennials aren’t eating cereal as much as previous generations did. Sales, which totaled $13.9 billion in 2000, dipped last year to about $10 billion. So cereal, both as a cultural marker and a profit center, is at a crossroads. Shafer Brown The Kansas City Star

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