Connections: Summer of Food - The Decline Of Cereal
Our Summer of Food series continues with a discussion about cereal. By many measures, cereal consumption is in decline. Is it the curse of John Harvey Kellogg, creator of the Corn Flake, and a man who wanted food and life to be bland? Or are we simply shifting to different kinds of cereal, less processed, at least marginally more healthy?
Our guests include the man who literally wrote the book on American cereal:
- Topher Ellis, cereal historian and co-author of The Great American Cereal Book: How Cereal Got its Crunch
- Jane Andrews, nutrition and product labeling manager for Wegmans
- Ian Szalinski, president and founder of Evoke Healthy Foods