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Special K is a breakfast cereal that is manufactured by Kellogg's and was first introduced in 1956.

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Pros

very low sugar content compared to most breakfast cereals on the market

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works well with added fresh fruit

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contains fair amounts of vitamins and minerals

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taste is not too sweet or bitter

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easy on the stomach, perfect for first meal of the day

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Cons

doesn't seem very filling, often want to eat more once done a bowl

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need to eat it fairly quickly or it gets soggy and unpalateable

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Special K is a breakfast cereal that is manufactured by Kellogg's and was first introduced in 1956.  The cereal is made of toasted rice and wheat cereal flakes that are low in calories.  It has been marketed as part of a healthy diet with claims that it can help lose weight.  Numerous variations of Special K have been introduced since the cereal was first created.  Some of the US variations include Blueberry, Chocolatey Delight, Cinnamon Pecan, Fruit & Yogurt, and Red Berries.  A variety of Special K by-products are also available such as cereal bars, protein snack and meal bars, waffles, crackers, and even a protein water.

Cereal Variations
  • Special K Blueberry
  • Special K Chocolatey Delight
  • Special K Cinnamon Pecan
  • Special K Fruit & Yogurt
  • Special K Protein Plus
  • Special K Red Berries
Other Products
  • Special K Cereal Bars
  • Special K Protein Snack Bars
  • Special K Protein Meal Bars
  • Special K Waffles
  • Special K Crackers
  • Special K2O Protein Water
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Anonymous
04/11/2013 09:38

The label proclaims "made with real blueberries," but there's a catch.
"It has blueberry bits," "And what is that? It's mostly sugar and soybean oil, then little bits of real blueberry that's been artificially colored."
That's right: he says those blue chunks are actually that concoction shaped into balls and dyed to look like real berries. "It's fake," Jacobson said.

Ana
09/20/2012 04:09

HOLA CORDIAL SALUDO,ESTE PRODUCTO DE KELLOS ENGORDA?SOY CONSUMIDORA DE EL MISMO,Y CUIDO MUCHO MI DOETA GRACIAS POR SU ATENCION.

Ana
09/20/2012 04:05
Special K
10/05/2009 11:02

As if i didn't get to write this report!!! NNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!! hahahaha...

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