To help address America's fiber deficit, Kellogg offers more ready-to-eat cereals that are a good source (3 grams) of fiber and include at least one-half serving (8 grams) of whole grains than any other U.S. food company.
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 Analysis of Average Daily Fiber Intake Among Ready-To-Eat Cereal Consumers: Role of Whole-Grain Cereals in Closing the Fiber Gap. American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, March 6, 2013. Authors C.L. Williams, Pat Felt-Gunderson.
 Based on a Kellogg audit of national breakfast cereals in June 2011. The data was drawn from label, website and a syndicated database and includes nationally distributed ready-to-eat cereals from Kellogg's, General Mills, Post, Quaker and Malt-O-Meal.SOURCE Kellogg Company