MISSISSAUGA, ON -- In celebration of National Cereal Day, a recent survey† by Kellogg Canada Inc. reveals that Canadians continue to think outside-the-cereal-box when it comes to their cereal creations. Experimenters of flavour and embracers of the unconventional, nearly 90% of Canadians continue to be cereal eaters, and approximately one-in-four Canadians eat cereal more than three times per week.
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This year's cereal survey served up spoonfuls of cereal surprises:
"If there's one thing we've learned from this year's National Cereal Day survey, it's that we continue to be a nation of cereal lovers. Whether challenging traditional flavour profiles, customizing our bowls to meet individual taste preferences, or simply enjoying cereal as an anytime snack, Canadians' love of cereal is undeniable," says Lores Tomé, Director, Communications and Corporate Affairs, Kellogg Canada Inc. "At Kellogg, we are proud to offer a range of delicious and nutritious cereal options as diverse as the ways in which Canadians choose to enjoy them."
Spice it Up!
Canadians aren't afraid to challenge their palette when it comes to their cereal consumption:
From coast-to-coast, Canadians have a soft spot for cereal – we never want it left on its own:
Cereal Creativity from Coast-to-Coast
True to its cultural diversity, Canadian provinces have distinct cereal preferences:
Today March 7th, think outside-the-cereal-box and share your adventurous cereal creations on social using the hashtag #NationalCerealDay.
† ABOUT THE CEREAL SURVEY From February 25th to February 26th 2019 an online survey was conducted among 1,318 randomly selected cereal-eating Canadian adults who are Maru Voice Canada panelists. Discrepancies in or between totals are due to rounding.
SOURCE Kellogg Canada Inc.
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