Good cookie.Kellogg's new Granola Munch'ems are in the wrong aisle.
You'll find boxes of the one-ounce pouches of bite-size triangles in the cereal aisle near the granola bars. With just 2 grams of fiber in each 130-calorie pouch, they wouldn't be cereal standouts. But if you moved them to the cookie aisle, they'd be stars.
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1. A trans fatty acid.
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For a whole-grain cookie, Munch'ems' numbers are top notch. And the portion-control pouches should help you keep a lid on the munching munching - Exploration of security holes of someone else's computer for thrills, notoriety or to annoy the system manager. Compare cracker. See also hacked off. .
Don't get us wrong. Stuffing a lunch bag with a pouch of granola snacks--with or without whole grains and vitamins is no substitute for packing an apple, a peach, a small container of baby carrots or strawberries, or a small yogurt.
But if it's a bag of Munch'ems versus a bag of Oreos, go with the granola.
Kellogg's: (800) 962-1413