Cereal sales are in decline and Kellogg's is feeling the slump.
Nestle and General Mills have agreed to reduce sugar and sodium content in cereals sold outside the United States.
One grocer pulled Kashi cereals from his shelves after discovering the company wasn't completely transparent about what is -- or isn't -- natural.
You make everything else. There's no reason you can't make your own hot cereal too.
Cook this hot cereal the night before and simply reheat them in the morning. Couldn't be easier!
Cookies for breakfast? Not quite, but many popular children's cereals contain as much sugar as Chips Ahoy!
Muslims all over the world celebrated Eid this past weekend and you can join in their feasting with some Sheer Korma.
Officials attempting to tighten marketing to children have decided to lay off of cartoon characters, but will it satisfy the food industry?
Some natural breakfast cereal producers use GMOs in their products. This begs the question, what does "natural" mean when it comes to food?
Kids love to snack, but that doesn't mean those snacks can't be healthy. Here's a list of healthy snacks to fuel your kids after a long school day.
The United Nations reports the prices of food commodities are at an all-time high. Harsh weather conditions around the world could push them even higher.
A Yale study shows that kids who are given low-sugar cereals choose a healthier portion than ones given a high-sugar alternative.
We're celebrating this season's final few ears of corn! This episode includes two recipes, tips for preserving corn and news on how corn is good for your eyes.
Researchers at Purdue University have found a way to turbo-charge orange corn with vitamin A, making these ears good for your eyes.
Do your Honey Smacks smack of some strange flavor? Several Kellogg products have been tainted with a waxy chemical.
We're doing breakfast in this week's podcast. We'll be talking to an egg farmer and a coffee roaster, followed by two fantastic recipes.
More on the "Smart Choices" debate...wherever you shop, keep an eye out for misleading claims about the nutritional value of a product.
These days, take heed when perusing the isles of your local grocer. Foods may not be as "healthy" as they appear.