It looks like breakfast cereal, but Kellogg’s Canada calls it a “meal replacement.” Don’t believe me? Here’s its page on the Kellogg’s Canada website. Vector
Breakfast Cereal Meal Replacement has been around for years in Canada and consists of crunchy flakes and granola clusters, and Kellogg’s considers it to be a meal replacement because a serving with milk proves 13 grams of protein, 54 grams of carbohydrates, and 22 vitamins and minerals. Vector also has a line of protein bars, but they don’t seem to be meal replacement bars. Well, I guess if one eats enough of them, they could be a meal replacement.
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