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A study in cereal rusts : physiological races

By: Stakman, E. C. (Elvin Charles), 1885-1979
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Cereal

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... Various cereals and their products ... ... Poaceae A cereal is a grass, a member of the monocot family Poaceae,[1] cultivated fo... ...e of fruit called a caryopsis), composed of the endosperm, germ, and bran. Cereal grains are grown in greater quantities and provide more food energy ... ...or maize constitutes a majority of daily sustenance. In developed nations, cereal consumption is moderate and varied but still substantial. ... ...is moderate and varied but still substantial. The word cereal derives from Ceres, the name of the Roman goddess of harvest and agr... ... History The first cereal grains were domesticated about 8,000 years ago by ancient farming co... ...tion The following table shows the annual production of cereals in 1961,[2] 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013 ranked by 2013 production.[3... ... 285 The primary cereal of tropical and some temperate regions. Staple food in most of Brazi... ... 222 The primary cereal of temperate regions. It has a worldwide consumption but it is a sta...

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Upon Some Properties of Soils, Which Have Grown a Cereal Crop and a Leguminous Crop for Many Years in Succession

By: Lawes, J. B. (John Bennet), 1814-1900;

...Upon Some Properties of Soils, Which Have Grown a Cereal Crop and a Leguminous Crop for Many Years in Succession by Lawes, J. B. (John Bennet), 1814-1900; published by [cirencester, Eng.]...

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Lion Cereal

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... Lion Cereal... ...e also 4 References 5 External links About ... ...External links About Lion Cereal is based on the Lion Bar, which comprises a filled wafer, car... ...rises a filled wafer, caramel, and crisp cereal, covered in milk chocolate. The cereal consists of whole-grain cereal, with a caramel paste, and the s... ...with cocoa. Lion Cereal is fortified with many vitamins, such as Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B1, Vitamin V, and niacin. This does not... .... This does not have any crisp cereal, as Lion Bars do, but instead has a flake-shaped whole-grain cereal in both plain and chocolate forms. ... ...ble throughout Europe and the Middle East. It is imported to other markets such as North America, Asia, and Oceania by third parties not associated wi... ...and Oceania by third parties not associated with Nestlé. Lion Cereal is produced in a Nestlé plant in France. Ingredients ... ..., Pantothenic Acid, Vitamin B6, Riboflavin (B2), Thiamin (B1), Folic Acid (Folacin), Vitamin B12, Calcium Carbonate and Iron. Nutr...

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A Trip Through Postumville Where Postum Cereal, Instant Postum, Grape-Nuts, Post Toasties, Etc., Are Made

By: Postum Company;

...A Trip Through Postumville Where Postum Cereal, Instant Postum, Grape-Nuts, Post Toasties, Etc., Are Made by Postum Company; published by Battle Creek, Mich., Postum Cereal Company, Inc...

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Honeycomb (cereal)

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... Honeycomb cereal Honeycomb breakfast cereal originated in 1965, by Post Foods. It consists of honey-flavored cor... ...real originated in 1965, by Post Foods. It consists of honey-flavored corn cereal bits in a honeycomb shape. It is wheat free. ... ... At the end of 2006, Post changed the formula for this popular cereal to improve its health content. This change, although tested by Post ... ...owing this public response, in March 2007, Kraft Foods (then-owner of Post Cereals[1]) introduced a new "Improved Taste" version of the cereal that, t... ...Taste" version of the cereal that, the company claimed, would improve "the cereal's taste, texture and appearance while incorporating key nutritional ... ...s, a complimentary box of the reworked Honeycomb. The new "Improved Taste" cereal was not as tasteful as the original version to most people who grew ... .... A new variety called Cinna-Graham Honeycomb, adds cinnamon flavor to the cereal. Ingredients As per the produ... ...ipled the fiber content (from originally 1g to 3g per serving) and put the cereal in Kraft's Sensible Solution program. Aficionados of Honeycomb cerea... ... complaints from Honeycomb fans after the change. This cereal contains trisodium phosphate. Advertising and ma...

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Beautiful Houses : A Study in House-Building. Foreign Examples in Domestic Architecture

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Force (cereal)

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...figure called Sunny Jim, was the first commercially successful wheat flake cereal. Prior to this, the only successful wheat-based cereal products had ... ...l wheat-based cereal products had been Shredded Wheat and the hot semolina cereal, Cream of Wheat. The product was cheap to produce and kept well on s... ... The first advertising copy for the new product described the cereal as "The Food That is all Food", the advertising images showed rosy-c... ..., invented the character Jimmy Dumps, a morose character who on eating the cereal was transformed into Sunny Jim. Dorothy Ficken produced line drawing... ...erextended and lost control of his companies in 1907. After that the Force cereal changed ownership frequently. In 1903 a British ... ...03 a British subsidiary of the Force Food Company was formed to import the cereal to Europe. A slightly modified version of Sunny Jim and his jingles ... ...yee of the Force Food Company, set up an agency in 1910 to import American cereals to the UK. The cereal, and the Sunny Jim character, achieved wide s... ...in Britain, at its peak in 1930 selling 12.5 million packages. In 1932 the cereal was reintroduced into the United States by Herbert C. Rice, an Engli... ... of the Sunny Jim character, and linked to an advertising campaign for the cereal. It didn't last. In 1940, Force sponsored The Ad...

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Cereal Foods

By: Cerealine Manufacturing Co., Columbus, Ind.

...been produced from Maize a food which exceeds in true food value all other Cereals, and justifies the esteem in which the grain' was held by its origi... ...rough the leafj- woods he wandered, Saw the deer start from the thicket." Cerealine Flakes, made from pure white Maize, contains, by the exactest- ch... ...emical analysis, more actual nourishment than any other preparation of the cereals, and this nourish- ment is, by the exactest test, more digestible t... ...us food known. It has been found (see Table A, Page i6) that loo Pounds of Cerealine Flakes contain 89 pounds of actual nourishment. " " Flour (best) ... ...ee table B, page i6), it has been found, after the most careful test, that Cerealine Flakes is more digestible than Tapioca, that it digests nearly tw... ...and whose nourishment is the most digestible, it follows of necessity that Cerealine Flakes is the most valuable farinaceous food the world now posses... ...ods as compared one with another, are expressed in the following table : * Cerealine Flakes, value as a food, Tapioca, " " Oatmeal, " Hominy, " Starch... ...actions are omitted and the results Ihrovvn into hundreds. This means that Cerealine Flakes has as much greater value as a food than Tapioca, as 100 i... ...uld be to pay more for pure gold, than for an alloy of gold and copper. As Cerealine Flakes excels all other farinaceous foods in the amount and diges...

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Pebbles cereal

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... Fruity Pebbles and Cocoa Pebbles are brands of breakfast cereal introduced by Post Foods in 1971[1] featuring characters from the an... ...tones as spokestoons. Cocoa Pebbles contains chocolate-flavored crisp rice cereal bits, while Fruity Pebbles contains crisp rice cereal bits that come... ...ebbles and 10 people per serving for Cocoa Pebbles.[2] [3]It is the oldest cereal brand based on characters from a TV series or movie. ... ... Product history Fruity Pebbles and Cocoa Pebbles Cereal were reintroductions of a low share of market Post children's cereal... ...roup Manager at the time, Larry Weiss, licensed use of The Flintstones for cereal from Hanna-Barbera in an attempt to reinvigorate the children's cere... ...bera in an attempt to reinvigorate the children's cereal business for Post Cereals. Prior to that time, character licensing had been used for promotio... ...since.[4] The original working names for the companion cereals were Flint Chips and Rubble Stones, consistent with the appearance ... ... were Flint Chips and Rubble Stones, consistent with the appearance of the cereal and The Flintstone's Stone Age imagery. Frank Corey, Benton & Bo... ... Age imagery. Frank Corey, Benton & Bowles' creative head for the Post Cereal business suggested the alternative names Cocoa Pebbles and Fruity Pe...

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A Study in Cereal Rusts : Physiological Races

By: Stakman, E. C. (Elvin Charles), 1885-1979

...IRLF B 3 flEfi MAY 27 1914 A STUDY IN CEREAL RUSTS: PHYSIOLOGICAL RACES A THESIS SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF THE ... ...REE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. JUNE 1913 A STUDY IN CEREAL RUSTS: PHYSIOLOGICAL RACES A THESIS SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF THE ... ...y of Part II 48 Bibliography ... * 50 Explanation of Plates 55 A STUDY IN CEREAL RUSTS PHYSIOLOGICAL RACES PART I. BIOLOGIC FORMS HISTORICAL Cereal r... ...ocation on their prevalence. The comparative susceptibility of the various cereals received some attention. Theophrastus speaks of the varying suscept... ...ttention. Theophrastus speaks of the varying suscepti- bility of different cereals, as does Pliny, who says that barley is less likely to rust than ar... ... his time Puccinia graminis Pers. was considered a single species found on cereals and various grasses. However, in 1894 Eriksson (1894-1) showed that... ...894-1) showed that, although the morphology of the fungus on the different cereal hosts varied but slightly, there was a distinct specialization in pa... ...ervations at about the same time that 1 8 . . . tS fct . .- . -4 STUDY-JN CEREAL RUSTS Eriksson was making his in Sweden. Their conclusions pointed t... ...usions pointed to the fact that there was not much danger of rust from one cereal infect- ing another. The same phenomenon was observed in rusts on a ...

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Rice cereal

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...r the second half of the 20th century.[1] Most commercially available rice cereals in the US contain extracted ingredients that a ... ...lecithin, but which a baby served baby formula will have gotten used to. When selecting a rice cereal for a breastfed baby, it is important to read th... ...rridges References ^ "Rice Cereal Controversy: Does It Make Kids Fat?". abcnews. a... ... Rice and gravy Rice cereal ...

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Cereals and Cereal Products

By: Wiley, Harvey Washington, 1844-1930

...Y Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org PART IX, CEREALS AND CEREAL PRODUCTS Title: FOODS AND FOOD ADULTERANS, PART IX,... ...EREALS AND CEREAL PRODUCTS Title: FOODS AND FOOD ADULTERANS, PART IX, CEREALS AND CEREAL PRODUCTS Author: H. W. WILEY Language: English Subject:... ...McELROY, W. H. KRUG, T. C. TRESCOT, W. D. BIGELOW, AND OTHERS. PART NINTH. CEREALS AND CEREAL PRODUCTS. WASHINGTON: GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 1898. ... ...art 9 of Bulletin No. 13 of this Division. It discusses the composition of cereals and cereal products and the adulteration thereof. Respectfully, H. ... ...ten tester in parts 1273 4. Gluten tester ready for use 1273 IV CONTENTS. Cereal products 1171 Composition of cereal grains 1171 Barley 1172 Composit... ...190 Separation of the constituents of glnten 1191 The carbohydrates of the cereals 1192 Insoluble carbohydrates 1192 Starch 1192 The cellulose group 1... ...ugars, dextrin, galactin 1205 Raffinose 1207 Miscellaneous constituents of cereal grains 1207 Nitrogenous bases 1207 Ferments 1208 Diastase 1209 Compo... ...trogenous bases 1207 Ferments 1208 Diastase 1209 Composition of the ash of cereals .. 1209 Principal difficulties in procuring ash 1210 Description of... ...1211 Mineral substances in the ash and their relations 1213 Preparation of cereals for food 1219 Grinding of cereals 1219 The milling of wheat 1219 Th...

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Cereal, Alberta

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...n the area in 1910. Demographics In the 2011 Census, the Village of Cereal had a population of 134 living in 71 of its 79 total dwellings, a 6.... ...land area of 0.95 km2, it had a population density of in 2011. In 2006, Cereal had a population of 126 living in 68 dwellings, a 32.6% decrease fr...

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Coarse Grain Crops for Eastern Canada

By: Canada. Experimental Farms Service. Cereal Division
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Cereal germ

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...is often a by-product of the milling that produces refined grain products. Cereal grains and their components, such as wheat germ, rice bran, and mai... ... Wheat germ can be added to protein shakes, casseroles, muffins, pancakes, cereals, yogurt, smoothies, cookies, and other goods. and away from sunligh...

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Three Studies of Nutritional Qualities of Fortified Flour

By: Liu, Lan-Ing Julia.; Liu, Lan-Ing Julia.;
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Trix (cereal)

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... Trix is a brand of breakfast cereal made by General Mills in Minneapolis, Minnesota for the North... ...General Mills in Minneapolis, Minnesota for the North American market and by Cereal Partners (using the Nestlé brand) elsewhere in the world. The... ...illa-flavored, sweetened, ground- corn pieces. They were originally spherical cereal pieces, but in 1991, were changed to puffed fruit-shaped pieces.... ...d in 1955 by General Mills, was composed of more than 46% sugar. The original cereal included three colors: "Orangey Orange", "Lemony Yellow", and "... ...91), "Wildberry Blue" (1998–2006), and "Watermelon" (1999). In 1995, the cereal pieces were given a brighter, more colorful look. General Mills'... ...ial, and who continually attempted to trick children into giving him a bowl of cereal. He was discovered every time; the children would say "Silly rab... ...; the children would say "Silly rabbit, Trix are for kids" and take back their cereal. These ads often closed with the Trix Rabbit following up the ki... ...ssly repeat a futile task. He did however succeed in obtaining and eating Trix cereal on occasion, including twice as the result of a box top mail-in ... ... as well as today, the rabbit was known to disguise himself to get his beloved cereal, employing costumes as diverse as a balloon vendor, a painter an...

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Wheat Flour and Bread

By: Snyder, Harry, 1867-1927; Woods, Charles D

...mportant of the vegetable foods in the diet of the American people are the cereals. From the results of some 200 dietary studies, carried on in connec... ...parts of the country, it appears that on an average the different kinds of cereal products together comprised about 22 per cent of the total food and ... ...al fat, and nearly 55 per cent of the total carbohydrates in the diet. The cereals in common use are wheat, oats, corn (maize), rye, rice, barley, and... ...he problem of preparation for the table. But of the various forms in which cereal products may be prepared, that which has proved the most universally... ...grades of wheat flour. 347 348 YEARBOOK OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. CEREALS USED IN BREAD JIAKING. The simplest kind of bread nialting consists... ...appropriate here regarding the bread-making jjroDerties of the dif- ferent cereals. Meal or flour from any of the cereals may be used for unleavened b... ... and is tenacious enough to confine the gas pro- duced in the doughY* Most cereals, like barley, rice, oats, and corn, some of which are very commonly...

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Triples (cereal)

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...Triples was a General Mills cereal in the 1990s that was similar to Rice Krispies . The name was deriv...

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Flour Strength as Influenced by the Addition of Diastatic Ferments

By: Collatz, Ferdinand Albert.

...lton. H. E. E. 1908. Action of malt enzymes on the enzymes of ungerminated cereals. Analyst 33, 392. Baker, J. L., and Hulton. IT. E. E. 1914. Action ...

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Life (cereal)

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Some Tests of Flour Made from Egyptian Wheats

By: Hughes, Frank
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Kix (cereal)

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...Kix cereal was introduced in 1937 by the General Mills cereal company of Golden Valley, Minnesota. Kix is an extruded expanded pu... ...rmed into the desired shape by extrusion through a die. Kix was the first cereal manufactured with this process. Before the development of extruded ... ...th this process. Before the development of extruded expanded puffed grain cereals, only flake type cereals had been marketed. Just months after the ...

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On the Chemical Constitution of the Proteins of Wheat Flour and Its Relation to Baking Strength

By: Blish, Morris Joslin, 1889

...he Relationship of Composition to Bread Making Value," Canadian Miller and Cerealist, 5 (1913), 176-178. ' "Conditions Affecting the Strength of Wheat... ...lation of the Composition of Flour to Baking Quality," Canadian Miller and Cerealisf, 5 (1913), 208-209. ' Loc. cit. all wheat flours are of the same...

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Weetabix (cereal)

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The Frolie Grasshopper Circus

By: American Cereal Co. (Chicago)

...re to show hg which should know. COPYRIGHT, 1894, 1996, IFROLIE THE AMERICAN CEREAL CO.|TRADE MARK fjfon't be afraid ! His playfulness denotes That, ... ...am, he sometimes feels his oats. COPYRIGHT, 1694, 1895, IFROLIE THE AMERICAN CEREAL CO.|TRADE MARK first begin with quite an easy one; A pretty act w... ...noted 'hopper is our leading star. COPYRIGHT, 1894, 1895, JFROLIE THIAMHICAM CEREAL Go.it ^he giant's swing; ^Rrrost surprising feat, Demanding stren... ...ill agree this is a pretty trick. COPYRIGHT, 1894, 1895, IFROLIE THCAMERICAN CEREAL CO.'TRADE MAKX he iron muscles for this daring deed borne from th... ... OATS, he never fails to please. COPYRIGHT, 1894, 1896, IFROLIE THE AMERICAN CEREAL Co.'TRADE MARK jfpyramid the Arabs cannot beat ; Phe strongest 'h... ...est 'hoppers you will ever meet. COPYRIGHT, 1894, 1895, IFROLIE THE AMERICAN CEREAL COJTRAOE MARK jjo walk a bail adown a plane inclined, Requires sk... ...s skill, as anyone will find. iPYRIGHT, 1894, 1895, |F R O L I E IE AMERICAN CEREAL CO.ITRAOE MARK ^his feat, indeed, is very hard to do; One of our ... ...ur best: we hope it pleases you. COPYRIGHT, 1894, 1896, JFROLIE THE AMERICAN CEREAL Co.lTRAOf MARK jpo walk a rope and keep a level head, Needs only ... ...care and QUAKER OATS, 'tis said. COPYRIGHT, 1894, 1895, IFROLIE THE AMERICAN CEREAL CO.ITRADE MARK serve the ease, the gracefulness and tact, which t...

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Hot cereal

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Some tests of flour made from Egyptian wheats

By: Hughes, Frank
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Cereal cyst nematode

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... Cereal cyst nematode (CNN) [1] (syn. Cereal root eelworm and Oat cyst nematode) is a plant pest ca... ...ns, and Heterodera gotland in the following hosts: Avena sativa, Hordeum vulgare, Secale cereale, Triticum aestivum, and X Triticosecale. [2] ... ...icosecale. [2] References ^ Cereal cyst nematode (fact sheet) at Soilquality.org ... ... ^ Cereal cyst nematode (fact sheet) at Soilquality.org ^ Cereal cyst nematode at Grain Genes ... ... Categories Heterodera Cereal diseases Agricultural pest nemat...

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On the chemical constitution of the proteins of wheat flour and its relation to baking strength

By: Blish, Morris Joslin, 1889
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Cereal food fines

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... Cereal Food Fines are a byproduct or left-over of breakfast cereal food processing. Usually the source is unknown and som... ...t 15% to about 27%, preferably about 18% to about 20%" AAFCO defines cereal food fines as "particles of breakfast cereals obtained...

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The Story of Flour

By: Pillsbury Flour Mills Company, Minneapolis
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Cereal Partners Worldwide

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...The logo of Cereal Partners Worldwide Cereal Partners Worldwide S.A. is a joint venture between General Mills and... ...between General Mills and Nestlé, established in 1991 to produce breakfast cereals. The company is headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland, and markets... ...ereals. The company is headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland, and markets cereals in more than 130 countries (except for the U.S. and Canada, where G... ...countries (except for the U.S. and Canada, where General Mills markets the cereals directly). The company's cereals are sold under... ...rden City. External links Cereal Partners UK Nestlé Cereals website on Cerea... ... Cereals ... ... Lion (cereal) ... ... Milo Cereal ... ... Nesquik (cereal)7 ...

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Pettijohn's Kindergarten Games, And How to Play Them

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Rocky Road Cereal

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...Rocky Road was a breakfast cereal, created and sold by General Mills. The cereal was made up of balls ... ...ted of three cartoon characters who embodied the three constituents of the cereal noted above. ==See Categories A...

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Processes of Flour Manufacture

By: Amos, Percy A., D. 1916
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The Cereal Bowl

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...President and CEO Products Cereal, Coffee, Smoothies, Parfaits, Frozen Y... ... Website .com.thecerealbowlwww The Cereal Bowl is a franchise restaurant that sp... ...iginal location was on 1560 South Dixie Highway across from the University of Miami serves every kind of cereal from 1950's-2012's. ...

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Extrusion-Cooking of Wheat Starch : Effect of Ph and Emulsifiers

By: Cabrera-Laverde, Jorge A.
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C.W. Post (cereal)

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... C.W. Post was a granola-type breakfast cereal introduced in the United States by... ...the United States by General Foods in July 1974.[1] It was named after C. W. Post, the founder of the Postum Cereal Company that later became General ... ...y unit was later sold off and is now Post Foods. It followed the debuts of other granola cereals by major U.S. cereal manufacturer... ...the debuts of other granola cereals by major U.S. cereal manufacturers in the early 1970s: Heartland Natural Cereal, Quaker 100% Natural Granola, Coun... ...and Natural Cereal, Quaker 100% Natural Granola, Country Morning, and Nature Valley. The cereal was available with or without rais... ...aisins, and its sugar content by weight was 27.8% and 24.8%, respectively,[2] in the middle range of popular cereal brands at the time.[3] It was disc... ...Also, because the suggested serving size was 1/4 cup, the commercial accurately portrayed a paltry amount of cereal being poured into the awaiting bow...

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