Kellogg's To Change Two Popular Cereal Recipes And AXE One Family Favourite In War On Sugar

A family favourite cereal has become a casualty of the war on sugar.

Kellogg’s are set to stop production of Ricicles by next year, in a bid to abide by Government targets aiming to slash the sugar in our food by 20% by 2020.

The recipes of other popular breakfast staples will change too, with the sugar content of Coco Pops cut by 40%.

And Rice Krispies will see a 20% reduction - but it’s Ricicles that will be dumped completely. Kellogg’s said if it reduced the sugar in Ricicles “they would just be Rice Krispies”.

It will launch a new plant-based cereal range called WK Kellogg which includes no added sugar, low sugar, organic and vegan options.

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