General Mills Cheerios Cereal, Honey Nut
Sweetened whole grain oat cereal with real honey & natural almond flavor. Naturally flavored. First ingredient whole grain oats. Can help lower cholesterol (Three grams of soluble fiber daily from whole grain oat foods, like Honey Nut Cheerios cereal, in a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease. Honey Nut Cheerios cereal provides 0.75 grams per serving). Simply made. Grown. Milled. Toasted. Gluten free. No artificial flavors. No artificial colors. Per 3/4 Cup Serving: 110 calories; 0 g sat fat (0% DV); 160 mg sodium (7% DV); 9 g sugars. See nutrition facts for as prepared information. First ingredient whole grain. A whole grain food is made by using all three parts of the grain. All General Mills Big G cereals contain more whole grain than any other single ingredient. Box Tops for Education. Honey! Made with real honey, so each bowl is really delicious. Honey is more than just an ingredient - it's the flavor at the heart of Honey Nut Cheerios. We think that golden touch of honey makes every bowl un-bee-lievably taste. 15 g whole grain per serving. At least 48 g recommended daily. General Mills is on a journey to always make our cereal better. How? Being Responsible: We have committed to sustainably source 100% of our cereal boxes by 2020. Giving Back: Since 1996, our cereals have given more than $175 million to America's schools through Box Tops for Education. That's why Honey Nut Cheerios made with real honey; no high fructose corn syrup; 12 vitamins and minerals. Proud sponsor of Celiac Disease Foundation. celiac.org. We serve the world by making food people love. We welcome your questions and comments. generalmills.com. This package is sold by weight, not by volume. You can be assured of proper weight even though some settling of contents normally occurs during shipment and handling. Partially produced with genetic engineering. Learn more at Ask.GeneralMills.com. how2recycle.info. 100% recycled paperboard. Exchange: 1-1/2 starch. Based on Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and American Diabetes Association criteria.