General Mills seeks cereal fortification patent

09/25/2013 | BakeryAndSnacks.com (France)

General Mills has filed a patent for a technique that adds calcium and fiber to ready-to-eat cereals. The calcium and fiber would be made into pellets that would be added to cereal to deliver "crisp, uniform texture and cell structure; improved, prolonged bowl life; a non-gritty mouth feel; and a smooth, uniform surface appearance," according to the application.

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