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General Mills unveils key snacking and cereals lines for winter 2016

Vince Bamford

By Vince Bamford+

06-Jan-2016
Last updated on 06-Jan-2016 at 14:44 GMT2016-01-06T14:44:38Z

General Mills is tapping key consumer trends – including simpler ingredient lists and sweet & spicy flavors – with a raft of upcoming and recently launched products. Here we round up a selection of the manufacturer’s key snacking and breakfast cereal products for winter 2016

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