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Mexico City (AP) — Mexico seized 380,000 boxes of cornflakes, Special K, and other Kellogg’s cereals, violating recently enacted legislation aimed at improving children’s diets, cartoon paintings on boxes Claimed to be drawn.
Corn flakes and rice krispies are clearly not the worst things Mexican kids eat, but the law prohibits food companies from using marketing tactics that could appeal to kids like cartoons and mascots. ..
Consumer protection agencies in Mexico also do not explicitly state the nutritional value of cereal boxes such as calories, fat, salt, sugar, or have proper warning signs about the levels of these ingredients that are considered excessive. Said on Friday.
Agents raided 75 retailers, where they seized a pallet of Kellogg’s products, most of which took place in a warehouse north of Mexico City.
Kellogg did not immediately respond to the request for comment.
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