Kellogg’s is set to scrap popular breakfast cereal Ricicles. For those not in the know, the cereal is sugar frosted toasted rice.
The £2.70 breakfast will see its last days on the shelf in 2018, ahead of government targets to slash sugar by 20% by 2020.
Per 100g, the FSA traffic light labelling system gave the Kellogg’s product a red light for its sugar content – signalling it is high in the substance.
It was, however, low in fat and saturated fat, and came in medium for salt.
Per 100g, the cereal had a whopping 34.0g …
Daily Express :: Health Feed