Kellogg’s cut cereal vitamins in Mexico: Consumer group

MEXICO CITY (AP) – The Netherlands-based consumer group Changing Markets said Kellogg Co has reduced vitamins and micronutrients in some of the most popular breakfast cereals in Mexico.

In a study released on Wednesday, the group said Kellogg’s Corn Flakes cut calcium, vitamin E and most forms of vitamin B between 2013 and 2018.

Mexico is categorised as a country with moderate deficiency in some nutrients. Cereals have long been advertised as “fortified” to meet some of those needs.