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Kellogg wants China to wake up to its cereal

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Since Chinese restaurants outside of China seldom serve breakfast, most people don't know what Chinese eat in the morning. Actually it's quite tasty, nutritious and easily prepared. I can't really see them giving up their doujiang, youtiao and shaobing for Rice Krispies.

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Soon there will be knock ff of these being sold. Probably not too nutritious and possible toxic

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Auhh Chinese breakfast mainly consists of a weak rice porridge(congee). I believe oatmeal would have a better chance considering the similarity with their traditional breakfast.

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Soon there will be knock ff of these being sold. Probably not too nutritious and possible toxic

LOL! Agree!

Here comes the mascot for Flosted Frakes.... Quai Chang the Tiger!

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Kellogs trying to export obesity to China...

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Wait until you taste those Rice Krispies.

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Along with American invented soft drinks, fast food, and now cereals, this spells the doom of the Chinese culture and mentality.

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@Cos @its

Kellogs trying to export obesity to China...

Along with American invented soft drinks, fast food, and now cereals, this spells the doom of the Chinese >culture and mentality.

When you guys talk like that proves you have absolutely NO idea about food or American cuisine. First of all the The US has one of the Top 5 Culinary schools in the world.

http://www.ciachef.edu

http://liswilliams.hubpages.com/hub/Top-Culinary-Schools-in-the-world

Also, we have hundreds of cereals and choices, if you want a sugary cereal, we have that, if you want a gluten-free and NO sugar or whole wheat, you have those options as well. You should educate yourself about cereal and the variety and brands before making such an idiotic statement. The US is not the only country that has junk food, it's a personal choice, some don't care, many do. But the majority of countries have some junk food, in one form or another. Seems like the US is NOT the only country that has a weight issue. The rest of the world is catching up.

http://www.nationmaster.com/graph/hea_obe-health-obesity

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