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How One Man’s Quest to Curtail Sin Led to Modern Breakfast Cereal

Fueled by his religious beliefs, J.H. Kellogg invented an entirely new food segment

Photo by Tiard Schulz on Unsplash

If you’ve eaten breakfast cereal, you know the name Kellogg. It has long been associated with the first meal of the day, and the popularization of breakfast cereals can largely be credited to the Kellogg family.

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I’m a food scientist by PhD, a science writer, and a YouTuber. I’m fascinated by food science and enjoy writing and sharing what I’ve learn

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