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  • Kellogg's reconnects kids with food
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Kellogg's reconnects kids with food

In a UK-wide survey of kids and parents, Kellogg's found that kids have lost touch with where their foods come from, with 43% of kids having never visited a farm. Teaching kids about the origins of food, Kellogg's has launched an online film called Little Farmers.

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