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Give Your Family Smiles All Round With Cheerios

Give Your Family Smiles All Round With Cheerios

- World famous breakfast cereal launches in New Zealand -

If you want to give your family a great start to their morning, you'll be pleased to hear CHEERIOS has now reached New Zealand. CHEERIOS is one of the worlds most popular breakfast cereals, with more than 13 million bowls eaten daily.*

With the goodness of four whole grains – corn, oats, rice and wheat, plus the added goodness of barley, CHEERIOS is a breakfast cereal that the whole family will enjoy. CHEERIOS also contain a number of essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals and are not high in sugar – containing just one teaspoon per 30g serve.

Courtnay Brien, the New Zealand Business Manager for CHEERIOS says the company is pleased to offer New Zealand consumers a nutritious and great tasting breakfast cereal that already has worldwide appeal.

“We are excited about the launch of CHEERIOS into New Zealand – providing consumers with a healthy all family cereal that provides the goodness of four whole grains, plus a great taste. New Zealanders love cereal, shown by our second highest per capita consumption of ready to eat cereal in the world. Combining the popularity of cereals, and their great taste, CHEERIOS are sure to be a hit!

“So often breakfast time can be very stressful for busy families – now CHEERIOS provide an alternative that caters to everyone's needs with the additional nutritional benefits,” says Courtenay.

Look out for CHEERIOS in store now – 375g box at $4.49 RRP** and 600g box at $6.99 RRP.

Have a tasty and yummy family breakfast with CHEERIOS and give your family morning smiles all round!

ENDS

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