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Breakfast of champions
By Judith Green


July 23, 2006

Thanks to Rob Holston for his article on the 'breakfast of champions' for the 21st century - Kashi. Champions of what, you may ask?!
Good health!
Good living!
Good energy!
Good (learning) power!

Kashi makes several different cold breakfast cereals, each of which is made from a list of ingredients even elementary school children can read and understand. SO it has to be good, it is made from good earth-y ingredients. And manufactured in the USA.

Judith Green
Ketchikan, AK - USA

About: Return-ee to Ketchikan, to be a retire-ee, a local shopper and consumer of 'made in USA' products, along with healthy living choices.


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