- n. Plural form of cereal.
“But it allowed excessive amounts of sugar in cereals, did not require bread and other grain foods to contain any whole grains at all, and allowed added nutrients to cover up a food's poor nutritional quality.”
“You can use Cheerios, Kix, Other flakes and grain cereals to suit your taste.”
“One such snack that I don't have any reservations eating is Cereal Chevda, made from the goodness of grain cereals using the minimal amount of oil.”
“Add fiber to the diet by eating more fresh fruits, vegetables and more whole-grain cereals and breads.”
“The name cereals was derived from the goddess Ceres, whom the Romans believed to be the protector of their crops and harvests.”
“The porringer was a very important article of table use, for pap, and soft foods such as we should term cereals, and for boiled pudding.”
“In this same month, some 70 percent of the total consumed bread grain cereals, in effect, bread, were provided by UNRRA.”
“When the war started, of course all importation of cereals from the European countries stopped immediately, and we had to get all our food stuffs from the overseas countries, which explains the enormous increase in the importation from the United States during the first years of the war.”
“Average unit prices rose from June through August for brand-name and private-label cereals, Generals Mills”
“Ralcorp, Malt-O-Meal and Gilster provide more than 90% of all private label cereals sold in the US.”
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Crops, fruits and vegetables + plant growing terms
Terms used in the EU's Common Agricultural Policy referring to policy issues in the sugar sector.
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