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Cheerios Apr 3
Replying to @paulazirinsky
Hi Paula! For a limited time, we have Heart-Shaped Cheerios. Hope they helped brighten your day! πŸ’›
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Cheerios Apr 3
Replying to @equanimmity @irxxct
Frosted Cheerios are still available! Not all stores will decide to stock them though, so we recommend using our product locator to find it near you:
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Cheerios Apr 3
Replying to @DefenseTrades
..., may reduce the risk of heart disease. Cheerios provides 1 gram of soluble fiber per serving.” πŸ˜‰
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Cheerios Apr 3
Replying to @DefenseTrades
Hey - If that helps, our full claim is "Cheerios can help lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. Three grams of soluble fiber daily from whole grain oat foods like Cheerios, in a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol...
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Cheerios Apr 3
Replying to @toadlyqueen23
Those little hands are so precious! πŸ’›
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Cheerios Apr 3
Replying to @Denisenene18
Thank you for sharing! Babies always fill our heart with joy. πŸ’›
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Cheerios Apr 2
Replying to @lucaspatrick62
Hearing you say that makes us so happy. 😁
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Cheerios Apr 2
Replying to @LadyBraBra
What a great idea, Allie! Thank you for sharing this with us. πŸ’›
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Cheerios Apr 2
Replying to @johnjswanson
We'll let the team know you'd like to see it back!
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Cheerios Apr 2
Replying to @kaitlynnewilson
So glad to hear you enjoy them! We'll pass the idea along to the rest of the team.
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Cheerios Apr 2
Replying to @IsaacMT96
Hearing you say that makes us so happy. πŸ˜ƒ
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Cheerios Apr 2
Replying to @Morning_Bait
Because so many U.S. farmers use GM/BE seed to grow certain crops, if an American food or beverage product lists corn, soy, canola, cottonseed or beet sugar as an ingredient – and it is not organic – it likely contains GMOs.
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Cheerios Apr 2
Replying to @Morning_Bait
Biotech seeds have been approved by global food safety agencies and widely used by farmers in food crops for almost 20 years. In the United States today, 70 percent of foods on grocery store shelves or in restaurants likely contain GM/BE ingredients.
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Cheerios Apr 2
Replying to @Morning_Bait
Hi! Products often contain GM/BE ingredients in the U.S., not because companies seek to use GM/BE ingredients, but because GM/BE crops are so prevalent in the U.S. food supply.
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Cheerios Apr 1
Replying to @_fiesta_salsa_
Awww lucky you! 😍
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Cheerios Apr 1
Replying to @beckylittlegirl
Hi Becky - Sorry for any disappointment, but we do not make Cheerios that is sold in Spain. We have a partnership with Cereal Partners Worldwide and you can see the cereal that they have available here: .
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Cheerios Apr 1
Replying to @kaity3mae
Hearing you say that makes us so happy! πŸ’›
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Cheerios Mar 31
Replying to @jasriahxe
Aww we're sorry to hear that Jasmine! We'd like to assure that we are working with our retail partners to help them meet demand as best we can. Thanks πŸ˜ƒ
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Cheerios Mar 31
Replying to @KatNickolBee
Aww thanks for the love Kathy and we'll let our team know how much you'd like to see our Toasted Coconut become a permanent part of our Cheerios family. Thanks again! πŸ˜ƒ
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Cheerios Mar 31
Replying to @camchase_
Hi Cameron! Thank you for your interest in helping Cheerios bring back bees. There are no current offers for free seeds. For info about how Cheerios will be supporting bees in 2020, stay tuned to our website, πŸ˜ƒ
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