In your comparisons, you compare a serving of Kellogg's cereal with what appears to be complete breakfasts. Does your serve of cereal include the milk for the breakfast In other words are we comparing apples with apples - Robert, Belmore, New South Wales
Hi Robert, thanks for the question. In our comparisons of breakfast cereals, we assume that ½ cup of skim milk has been added to the serve. This means that 1 ½ tsps of sugar is added to the cereal serve and this is accounted for in our comparisons.