US consumers eat about 72 more calories, an increase of about 34%, when cereal made with smaller flakes, according to new study
April 17, 2014
(Industry Intelligence Inc.)
– According to a new study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, U.S. consumers eat about 72 more calories, an increase of about 34%, when cereal is made with smaller flakes, Food Navigator reported April 16.
Consumers will pour two-to-three times more of a compact granola than a large volume cereal, according to the study.
The primary source of this article is Food Navigator, Montpellier, France, on April 16, 2014. Click here to read the primary source's full version of the article.