Cereal Essays

  • Essay On Cereals

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    Cereals are very important crops. They are cultivated mainly for food, feed, alcohol production and as important raw materials in industries (FAO, 1995). Cereals are the most important food crops in the world (Hammes et al., 2005). In the developing countries, especially in Africa and Asia, virtually all the cultivated cereal crops are used for human nutrition with a greater part subjected to fermentation. The commonly cultivated cereals in Africa include maize (Zea mays), pearl millet (Pennisetum

  • Salt, Sugar, and Fat: Is It Cereal or Candy?

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    During the chapter the author explains to us how the use of sugar is applied to things such as breakfast. The cereal that we use every day can have twice as much as it should. Huge companies such as Kellogg’s use this idea of adding more sugar so they can have a huge profit. John Harvey Kellogg wanted to cure “Americanitis”, which was the stomachache caused by the typical American breakfast. This breakfast consisted of sausage, fried ham, beefsteak, bacon, with whiskey and salt added on top. He decided

  • A Comparison of Adverting Methods of Two Cereals

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    Adverting Methods of Two Cereals I examined two cereal packets to try to determine advertising methods and processes of persuasion to draw people in to buy a product. In this study of advertising methods, I looked at two packets of cereal, "Kelloggs Crunchy Nut

  • United Cereal Essay

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    United Cereal was founded in 1910 by Jed Thomas. Thomas developed his first cereal product of a cracked wheat, rolled oats, and malt flakes and started promoting and selling his product in his own grocery store located in Kalamazoo, Michigan. For the last 100 years, United Cereal has been known as a diversified industry that provide a different variety of snack foods, dairy product, beverages, drinks, baked goods, and frozen foods. According to Harvard Business School during 2010 United Cereal had

  • Analysis Of Nestle Food Cereal

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    The food that was selected is Nestle Fitnesse Chocolate Breakfast Cereal. The cereal was packed in an aluminium pack, sealed before placed in a sealed box. The ingredients that were available in this cereal were stated in Table 1. Ingredients served beneficial purposes in food as they will determine the nutritional value of the food. Ingredients also will provide various sources for nutrition such as carbohydrate, protein, lipid and also vitamins that are needed for our body besides help in monitoring

  • W.K. Kellogg: Legacy of Cereal

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    When he finally came back, the wheat had softened, but he rolled it anyway. When he rolled it, however, the wheat formed into flakes. He decided to bake the flakes so they would become crunchy, and modern breakfast cereal was born. W.K. and his brother decided to try making more cereal products, and their end result was baked flakes made from corn. It was healthy and tasty, and the patients at the Sanitarium loved their invention, so the Kelloggs decided to start selling their corn flakes commercially

  • United Cereal Company in Europe

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    United Cereal (UC), Lora Brill, is confronted by a dilemma: to launch a new product called Healthy Berry Crunch as the first ‘Eurobrand’ or not. A wrong decision may destroy her career, especially since Healthy Berry Crunch is not only a new concept of healthy cereal, but also a pioneer of United Cereal’s Eurobrand, which is different from the company’s usual standards. On the other hand, if she makes the right decision, she may be able to grow the company to a whole new level. United Cereal was established

  • Segmentation, Targeting, And Segmentation Of Yummy O's Cereal Marketing

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    Yummy O’s Cereal Marketing I have recently been hired by a major manufacturer of cereal to develop a new brand of cereal. The product’s name is Yummy O’s. The product will be geared toward children from ages between three to six. Before the product can even sell, a target market must be identified and key strategies such as segmentation, targeting, and positioning must be understood and developed. The use of the segmentation, targeting, and positioning process can help guide and identify the target

  • Nutritional Analysis Of Honey Nut Cheerios

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    Cheerios are a breakfast cereal eaten by millions of Americans everyday. General Mills shares to the public through their ads that Cheerios are a healthy breakfast and snack that brings the benefits of oats, low sugar, and vitamins and minerals into our diet. Honey Nut Cheerios is one of the many cereals that General Mills have in which they claimed is good for our health because of the ingredients they use. Some of the ingredients that are in the cereal have raised red flags to consumers like

  • Farming In Denmark

    957 Words  | 2 Pages

    farming, Animal farming, and Mixed farming In Jutland, the least intensive farming is found. There they mainly grow rye, oats, and potatoes. Pasture land is also found there. In Fyn and Zealand, the most Intensive farming is found. There they grow cereals with root crops, and pigs. Some areas in Jutland and Fyn are also used for mixed farming. Is the Land Suitable for Farming?: Denmark’s land wasn’t very fertile in the Nineteenth century. It had Sandy soils in the West and Clay land in the East

  • Essay On Cocoa Krispies

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    Cocoa Krispies Cereals With the standard American's schedule becoming busier and more hectic, people have started looking for ways to get that extra kick or increase their productivity throughout the day. One of the old ways is cereals. It is instant and easy breakfast we have ever had that too with great taste. Cocoa Krispies are basically rice krispies flavored with cocoa and chocolate. Cocoa krispies are made with puffed rice. Cocoa krispies are an example of a puffed grain cereal, and the three

  • The Fluidity of Oats

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    oats to be unhealthy wheat, and lots of cultures believed them to be higher suited to animals Oats derived from a weed of the first cereal domesticates wheat and barley. As these cereals unfold westward into cooler, wetter areas, this could have favored the oat weed part, resulting in its ultimate domestication. According to Healthy Oats Food Magazine, “Oats is a cereal plant cultivated primarily in cool climate and widely used for animal feed additionally as human consumption. Healthful functions

  • My Seminary Experience

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    morning before school, to me school was enough, but after my first year of seminary I could see the true impact it had on me. Wake up at 6:00, take a quick shower, brush my teeth, throw on some clothes, go to seminary at 6:30 to 7:20, get a bowl of cereal and go to school. This was a schedule no more than three high school students could testify to, and not one non-Mormon could truly appreciate. Going to seminary every morning and having to wake up an hour and half after most of your classmates is

  • The Mediterranean Diet

    1049 Words  | 3 Pages

    easily. Key characteristics of the Mediterranean diet include: • One to two glasses of red wine per day for men and one glass of red wine per day for women. • Daily consumption of lots of fresh fruits and vegetables. • Whole grains used in breads, cereals, couscous and pastas. • Weekly consumption of meats, such as poultry, eggs (0 to 4 eggs per week), lamb, veal, and fish and other seafood. Very little red meat is consumed using this diet. • Nuts,... ... middle of paper ... ... on special occasions

  • Reese's Cereal Analysis

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    Analyzing the Ingredients of Reese’s Puffs Cereal “For the first time in the history of the world, every human being is now subjected to contact with dangerous chemicals, from the moment of conception until death.” Why do people consciously consume unhealthy, processed foods which big corporations in America distribute? These foods can lead to potentially harmful affects on the human body. So why are these risky products sold and consumed? The main reasons are because processed foods taste great

  • The Mediterranean Diet

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    Somerset Maugham said that “To eat well in England you should have breakfast three times a day”. “To live anywhere in the world you should eat at least three times a day” is probably close to the truth as well. What people eat and drink in countries close to the Mediterranean Sea is called the Mediterranean Diet. To compare this Mediterranean Diet to a typical Diet from the south of Benin, it would be correct to say that the Benin Diet is equivalent to the Mediterranean Diet because although the

  • Pain on the Playground

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    Playground On one fateful evening, in the summer of 2001, an incident occurred that would scar me for life. At the beginning of the day, the routine was as normal as any other day. I would get up, climb out of bed, head into the kitchen, enjoy a bowl of cereal, put on my sneakers, and head across the street to the playground. As I entered the playground that day, I was totally oblivious to what was about to transpire. Until this summer evening, pain was only a four letter word in my mind. Now I admit

  • NASCAR: Not Just for Rednecks

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    NASCAR: Not Just for Rednecks Generally when someone mentions NASCAR, one perceives a stereotypical image of mullets, beer bellies, or in easier terms a “redneck.” Societies’ general perception of a redneck is low income, rowdy, no civic interest, and someone who is not very intelligent. Little do they know this image is not exactly what you see at a NASCAR race. NASCAR includes a very wide variety of people. This is not fair for NASCAR fans to be put in this banal category. NASCAR has several

  • Cheerios Essay

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    America’s favorite characters, including Buzz the Honey Nut Bee, but how long could it last? Apparently pretty long. “Just Checking”, a commercial, rather famous for its racial diversity, and cuteness, wildly exceeded many people's expectations for a cereal commercial, becoming very successful in doing its job. Cheerios wanted to create a commercial that accomplished three simple tasks, get their name out there, thus increasing profit, and emphasizing the health benefits of their nutritious breakfast

  • Tubing

    1188 Words  | 3 Pages

    Wiping the sleepies out of my eyes, I quickly glanced at my alarm clock – 5 am. “Good, I’ve got plenty of time,” I thought to myself. As quietly as possible, which never works when I am trying to, I quickly grabbed a bowl of cereal for breakfast. Checking my list and grabbing my gear I headed out to wait for a taxi in the cool fading morning. I could taste the excitement, or was that the humidity? That day began like all the other missionary kid tubing trips down the Davao River in the Philippines