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TASTE KITCHEN: TOASTED O'S CEREAL

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By Debra Samuels
Globe Correspondent / January 7, 2009

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In a supermarket, the breakfast cereal aisle is a football field-long corridor. Some of the most popular cereals are made with toasted oats, which began with Cheerios, and have morphed into many other brands. Recently, nine members of a food and nutrition-oriented 4-H club, ranging in age from 6 to 17, tasted five brands of toasted O's. The young group ... (Full article: 900 words)

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