General Mills, Kellogg and Mars will start labeling foods produced with genetic engineering. That's all because of a Vermont law set to take effect July 1.
There's more to housing hens than square inches. Some egg farmers argue the cage-free barns are less humane than traditional hen housing.
Cereal sales are in decline and Kellogg's is feeling the slump.
Some natural breakfast cereal producers use GMOs in their products. This begs the question, what does "natural" mean when it comes to food?
Do your Honey Smacks smack of some strange flavor? Several Kellogg products have been tainted with a waxy chemical.