The cereal boxes will feature Mary Lou Retton, Bruce Jenner and Muhammed Ali. They'll hit grocery stores late this month. Check out the pics at the Business Journal ...
Ingram's clutch 3-pointer thwarts Ant's fourth-quarter rally
Anthony Edwards went off in the fourth quarter but Brandon Ingram capped off a big night with a win.
19 years in prison for Plymouth man who produced child porn
He used Instagram and other programs to exploit minors.
Sled dog team hit by snowmobile in hit-and-run in Wisconsin
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Southern Minnesota city named most stunning small town in MN
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Suspect steals keys from woman at Wayzata school, drives off in her car
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Defense attorney sentenced to workhouse for swindling client
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Mike Zimmer's Vikings tenure was pockmarked by disputes with staff
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Walz announces $200 reward for families who get kids aged 5-11 vaccinated
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Hockey community rallies around player who's fighting cancer
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Tesla commits to buying nickel from proposed Minnesota mine
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Olympic champ Douglas endorses Corn Flakes over Wheaties
Golden Valley-based cereal product Wheaties will not be the breakfast of Olympic champion Gabby Douglas. Kellogg Co. announced Friday that the Olympic women's gymnastics gold medalist will appear on boxes of Corn Flakes in her championship glory. The move is similar to the endorsement choice of Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps in 2008.
General Mills gives Wheaties treatment to Olympians Phelps, May-Treanor
Golden Valley-based General Mills Thursday announced that not one, but two Olympic gold medal winners will appear on upcoming Wheaties cereal boxes. The company said consumers can expect to see swimmer Michael Phelps and beach volleyball player Misty May-Treanor on limited-edition boxes starting next month.
General Mills accused of collecting data from kids
General Mills is coming under fire by nearly 20 children’s advocacy, health and public interest groups for violating a federal law to protect children's privacy, the New York Times reports. The coalition claims five well-known companies, including the Golden Valley-based cereal maker, are encouraging kids, who play games or use other features on their websites, to provide email addresses of their friends without seeking parental consent.
Man who recently staged fiery General Mills protest dies
The Twin Cities man who gained national television attention earlier this month for setting a box of Cheerios on fire outside General Mills headquarters in Golden Valley, has died of a heart attack. Michael L. Leisner, 65, of Andover, staged his one-man protest over the cereal maker's support for same-sex marriage.
General Mills to cut sugar, salt in breakfast cereals
Minnesota-based General Mills and Nestlé SA will cut sugar and salt in the children's breakfast cereals they jointly market outside North America, which is the latest attempt by major food companies to respond to health concerns, Reuters reports.
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