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Customers Go Nuts Over Grape Nuts Shortage
"February sixteenth throughout the pandemic we've been discussing shortages ranging from toilet paper to patio heaters. But here's one that's oddly specific grape nuts. That's right the post brand cereal equivalent of tom. Brady in other words. You either love it or you hate it. His missing from many grocery store shelves despite their name grape made from either grapes nor nuts instead. They're hard little balls of malted barley flour whole grain wheat flour salt and dried. Yeast tastes like a mouth full of gravel. That is according to one wall street journal report but whether you eat them with milk or sprinkled over ice or yogurt these tough little nuggets have softened enough to keep the brand going for more than one hundred years but like so many products during the pandemic a combination of supply chain and manufacturing issues have made them tough to come by. Since late last year they're manufactured using proprietary process. That is tough to replicate. The company said in a statement. Usa today and what happens when bran loyalists get wind of a shortage. You know what happens. They start hoarding. Grape nuts fans took to social media and read it to bemoan the loss of their favourite breakfast food and there's even a secondary grape nuts market. You can find boxes on ebay for prices ranging between fifteen and two hundred bucks a piece. It's sister product rape nuts. Flakes is a little easier to find but still facing shortages in some areas post said in a facebook comment that it made changes to its production lineup to ensure that cereals in highest demand were being manufactured i so for those seeking alternatives with sky. High boost of fiber grape nuts provides. The pickings are slim but kellogg's has some options for you. All brand buds are a good alternative. Even though judges in one tampa bay tribune taste test said they looked like quote rabbit pellets Last month kelloggs also introduced a revamped version of its raisin bran cereal with toasted oats added for more fiber in the uk. The company's all brand probiotic odi clusters are marketed as an aide to gut health just before the pandemic the outlook for cereal sales with soft but being cooped
"kelloggs" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"I openly Lois Lane pointer finger apart whose face slowly brains of color while Barry white smile gates open as we know Lois is right Kent is Superman but how did Lois find out and can keep Richard Heller who came closer than anyone else in the world revealing Superman's double identity is dead but not all Lois says he knows the secret will Superman's breaks they could really be revealed now don't miss tomorrow's tense up with old when we begin on all the roads were man's exciting adventure short of Jonah and hi am same station or a new one billing story on the shores all remember bar breakfast needs Kelloggs pep well excitement chores Superman is a copyrighted picture appearing in Superman DC comics magazine and is brought to you Monday through Friday at the same time by does this program came from New York from October twenty third nineteen forty seven as was the usual practice back then half of that episode wrapped up a long running storyline all the rest introduce the next so you heard the end of the secret rocket and then Joe Alexander as Lois Lane dropped a bomb shell we'll find out if she can prove Clark Kent and Superman are one and the same by launching the next adventure at the same time and day on your local radio station next week Hey Greg Allen earlier we had Lou as a doctor Kildare my question is about his personal life he was married for six years to one half of the most famous big screen dancing team of all time named Oscar winning actress and then wrap up when radio was right after this.
"kelloggs" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Superman leaves Washington believing all his troubles arrived in a but unknown to him his troubles are only beginning a startling surprises awaiting him in metropolis at this very moment we'll be back in a moment we'll find out about it Seoul talk about surprises you're in for a terrific surprise when you see the fun you can have with your job rocket that's right I said John IROC at the exciting rocket model often do you by Kelloggs pep those super serial yes I die rocket that flies in zooms in streaks right out of your hand high into the air a giant rock and almost half a foot long correct almost half a foot of sleek streamlined body made of gleaming wooden brilliant blue or red or yellow and get this your gyro get has a steel propeller at the stern a propeller that sends it biting into the air yep launchings a snap because with your job rocket you get a metal launching rod and a wooden rocket launcher you flick your arm and your rockets solos off streaking into the sky up all over the tree tops remember this giant rock it is not a flimsy cardboard cut out but solid steel and what built for hundreds of launching them for several giant rock as today then how thrilling contest with your friends test your plead against theirs was speed and distance but be sure you sent for your gyro god right away in a few days this often goes off the air forever get yours while the getting is good here's all you do for each j'ai rocket you water send fifteen cents on the Kelloggs pep box top to.
"kelloggs" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Of Superman it's a storyline adventure with you for the past month or so known as the secret rocket it played out back in the fall of nineteen forty seven and this is part twelve I've still got a speeding bullet or powerful than a lot able to leap tall buildings in a single bound one of one of the bird one today Kelloggs pep those who burn serio super zooms over Mad Kelloggs pep the sun shines Kelloggs pep those softwares serial presents they had but yours today as Superman leaves Richard alors house with the tiny rock and model a strange scene takes place between however and one of his henchmen the same which bodes no good for the man of steel don't worry Joe everything's going to be all right you can't miss the how about houses surrounded by cops and wherein such which so far ma'am I mean the cops as for Superman he's in for a big surprise yeah I mean you'll find out and so will he and this is working out perfectly Joe a plea now.
"kelloggs" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Time once again for the adventures of Superman this storyline originally played out back in the fall of nineteen forty seven here is part nine buildings in a single huge all the hello Kelloggs pep the sun shines Kellogg's cereal presents your today's Superman is Clark Kent and Lois Lane have arrived at green acres in search of a secret aerial rocket sensing greater danger can drive to send Lois back too much on you've got to take the car and drive back to town what was this place is danger no more dangerous than the than it is for you yes it is a necessary I you can fly or wave a magic wand and turned into Superman at a news now please let's not discuss it I've come this far and I am not turning back now all right I'm warning you even with Superman's help you may never get out of these woods alive is it life or death for Lois Lane will know all right after what's coming next our three get express bars Mars and all please leave the launching our law but the short preview of a rocket terminal of the future I'm not so far in the future either rocket bite is just around the corner right but now all Kelloggs pep the super serial offer you a terrific hand size rocket model the jar rocket a dry rugged you can send street getting into the air up all over the tree tops a giant rocket itself is sleek and business life with a streamlined body brilliantly colored almost half a foot long plus a steel propeller the stern that packs rotational frost and the gyroscope comes complete with a metal launching rot in a wooden rocket launcher right you hold in your hand put your.
"kelloggs" Discussed on Rain DeGrey
"Who knows if he had a properly working. Trouser snake ended up creating his own offspring with his wife as opposed to adopting he might have never had had such a hyper focus on health. We would not have cornflakes to enjoy in our modern age. If the parallel universe theory is correct there is another the universe were Dr Kellogg's. Dick worked and we don't have cornflakes. I think I would rather have fixed symbol man with a heart on eh sexual energy desire can be a very potent force indeed and it manifests in many different ways and Dr Kellogg's case it manifest in years of ranting about masturbation promoting circumcision and vegetarianism and the eventual creation of the delicious cereal we enjoy today of course the cereal that we consume today is nothing like Kellogg's original serial. It is much too sweet and tasty tasty. He believed that everything should be bland and boring and free of sex things that are too sweet or too spicy can get that old libido of flare in in before you know it there are. Boehner's wet holes all over the place and we can't have that the blander and more boring your food. Food was the safer who were from those lustful demon's in your loins the next time you go to enjoy some cornflakes raise your spoon to that sexually repressed doctor in silent tribute and then go rub one out because there is nothing wrong with masturbation. ooh till it makes you go blind. I'm GonNa let you in on a little something my friend masturbation doesn't make you go blind. Oh I know because I I wouldn't be able to see right now. If it did likewise. I think there wouldn't be any like twelve year old boys that weren't walking around with Dr Glasses and McCain my palms. Your Harry and I walked into a wall. I had a teacher one time for a sex Ed class last that claimed the reason why there was a rooster on the box of kelloggs cornflakes was a subtle advertising scheme uh that they came up with essentially saying this product will keep you from Shokhin chicken. I haven't ever been able to find the any backup evidence to this. I think that choking the chicken as a euphemism for masturbation became established in popular culture after the rooster was on the box not before it could be wrong but this came from Mike Godsey from College Marin. I'm just throwing his name out there blaming him. If this is misinformation it's all his fault. The other thing I fight interesting is back in the nineteen. Th Century there was such a common idea that spicy foods or just just anything with any sort of seasoning in it would cause impure thoughts that was actually a very common concept was that any sort of spice and flavor would cause your beato. Also your teacher at college and Ren was wrong. A rooster is on the Kelloggs Cornflake box because a rooster crows in the morning to start their day and many people start their day with cornflakes. That's just cornflake propaganda. Oh I like his version of that. There's a rooster on there because it's going to keep you from Iraq and the rooster rubbing the rooster I should say they or because the roosters also called a cock. He debuted on cereal boxes in nineteen fifty seven and his name was cornelius. TEM IT Mr God see yeah false information. Yes sorry turns that you can't believe everything that people tell you Sir Future Truth Yeah we're we're based on fact but I have found that facts can change over the years for instance people used to believe that masturbation would make you go blind or that bland diet would keep you from masturbating. Both of these things are incorrect. It's interesting to me how many food products we did get from this idea because we got the kelloggs cornflakes. Glenn Graham crackers for the same reason and the Graham crackers that they had back then were nothing like the Graham crackers we have now because they were completely bland flavourless cardboard. That'll keep those lustful thoughts down and from what I've read before Kellogg God. His is idea for the serial from another gentleman. I don't remember his name off the top of my head that invented the first commercially available dry cereal named and Granola Granola Granola which if you could imagine closely resembles grape nuts. Have you ever overhead grape nuts. I have never had greatness in my life. There pretty much just little hard chunks of wheat. ooh okay. I don't think they're terrible but the grape nuts or the granola he came up with he used grams flower to create these things yes and they would put them in sheets and let them dry overnight though the issue was there were completely inedible that way because there are so hard that that you couldn't eat them so what they came up with the ingenious idea was they would soak them overnight in milk to make make them palatable actually edible that is the argument that I've heard as to why we eat cereal with milk is that this first commercially tailable cereal had to be soaked for hours in milk before it was tender enough to eat. I didn't actually come across that and my research when you knew that I was doing a bit on Kellogg you mentioned the Granola and I went and looked it up and I couldn't find anything about their colonel. I suppose it could have looked even harder but I was trying to. I know that they were trying to create their own cereal but I was having trouble finding that granola grape nuts tie-in um. I'm sure it's out there. I mean you're known for going very deep. Indeed so deep in my sex box pervert thanks for Sharon. Is that all you have for the sex golden charismatic perverts for this episode that is correct. I have Manson and sex boxes and flakes well. I'm going to go myself some cornflakes well masturbating thinking about Charles Manson and my sex box have fun. I guess no I don't actually have any questions no carry-on. You go your best self. I'll have all the fun in a couple of hours aw since that's. It's all you have for us today. I want to thank everybody for once again joining us for another episode of Talk Podcast. Yes thank you communit- yeah no honestly yes. I'm getting pressured for not being enthusiastic enough. Would he isn't understand is that I have signed a contract contract because I'm goth and we're not allowed to be super disaster. It goes against contract rules who signed this when you were a teenager and I've honored it none angsty exte- young girl with black hair. Pale skin hockey how you cannot ever be enthusiastic about anything ever correct but I'm very enthusiastic that you all joined us for this podcast. My nipples your fizzing being fizzing. Yes Alan. You might want to go to the doctor if you have fizzy nipple. I feel shamed by you. I'm not sure big you yeah. I like Fuzzy Nipples fuzzy tables fuzzy. No I didn't mean to shame. NIPPLES can be fuzzy. I've known girls. I've called it Hobbit Nipple before for I've known girls that have had to Harry Nipple. You've got some serious. Habit Nichols gone on my friend. We'll discuss. I'm a man shaming any woman that has hobbit Nepal Apple. It's fine. I'll still suck those nipples and I have. I am not ashamed to admit that I have sucked hobbit nipple before okay. Thank you for sharing joyous next. I am where I am sure. We will have many other great inches. 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"kelloggs" Discussed on American Innovations
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John Keller is such an interesting figure because he's he's kind of wild hybrid of some ideas that actually were very ahead of their time that feel very contemporary and and it have you know whether it's actual scientifically visionary visionary things or just modern things sound very kind of new age in a twenty first century new age and then there are these ideas like female genital mutilation and Eugenics and all these things that are important to us today and that are pretty much clearly kind of beyond the Pale. That's one of the things that makes him such a fascinating figure. It seems to me and and what did you. Mak- that having spent so much time kind of living through his life well he's a problematic figure a lot of his ideas he you know he read several languages and he read the medical literature quite extensively. He was also a very good surgeon. He did over ten thousand procedures in his career so he followed just about everything but he would shoehorn born new ideas and new science to fit his worldview that had already been developed largely through his Christian faith in the seventh day adventist church but he had a lot of ideas that we would find uncomfortable at the very least he didn't really do genital mutilation per se but what he was against as were many many many doctors whether they were seventh day adventists are not against the solitary vice of masturbation and and so there were things that he would prescribe that sound very horrible binding the genitals of pudding carbolic acid on the a finger tips or even you know doing and then there was actually rarely they were mutilating. I guess if you they were not they were not good eyedrops right he would put sutures through the penis and things like that terrible idea and they're in his textbooks but and the U. Janet thing is very complicated because he was was like have to tell you if you study a white anglo-saxon Protestant men and their wives in late nineteenth early twentieth century Tree America. You'RE GONNA find a lot of genesis you don't have to lift a particularly among progressively history of honored singer. Teddy Roosevelt Yeah Yeah Yeah this was this pseudoscience captured their inherent racism things that they were taught that the Nordic races were superior earlier to the other reasons. They were taught this in school lot of America. You know we don't think about this but this was common. Teaching Presidents talked about the senator's scientists university presidents and so on so it was very common. He took it to another extreme now. His eugenics is very interesting form as he called it you thanks and it was almost like Lamar archaism where if you adopted good behaviors exercise good eating and so on you could intern pass that on to your property. The hardcourt eugenicist thought he was silly when he said that the other thing that is maybe some lighter in its implications but the striking about chunk. Lx Life is that here you have someone who is working on so many different levels some of them actually quite quite laudable some of them you know pretty malevolent with all these ambitious goals of transforming people in their lives and their health and society but his ultimate it will cut of largest in fact actually is what we have for breakfast yeah that ends up being the way that he truly changes the world. What what can you just like. What was the American breakfast invest before the Kellogg brothers got got into this world so young the poor mothers of the country would have to think about you have a wood burning stove and it's the middle of winter. You've got to start that going and then if you're making a grain like mosh or early forms of oatmeal your cooking that for forty five to sixty minutes let's or you're making eggs. If you're wealthy or near a farm and bacon potatoes were very common breakfast as well but they would all be sort of simmered numbered upper sauteed or whatever the chef term is in the grease from last night's meal so it's a lot of heavy fried fatty meals and if there's meat involved particularly perform refrigerators it tended to be heavily salted or cured these were very heavy salty time consuming meals and after nineteen o five nine zero six would you could have a box of cereal. Gosh even dad could make breakfast and it also coincided with another national trend the development of clean a homogenize pasteurized milk that was being sold in refrigerated counters that was being transported in refrigerated trucks and that instead of the old system of getting a cup of milk from the grocer that was taken out of dirty. Can it was now a hygienic way to serve milk and you can't really have a bowl cornflakes without at least a half a cup of milk by the way that that that breakthrough the safe milk yeah transformation. That's one of the Great Health Revolutions of the twentieth century. I mean that really it really isn't it. It really is I rail out a lot about that. At the book and the old fashioned way was that it would come on a horse and buggy in milk cans and grocers grocers would buy a can and they would dole it out into another receptacle that the housewife took into the grocer was brought home. There was no refrigerator so if it was cold hold you could leave it out on the fire escape or the window but it went bad very quickly and even in transport it could be carrying all kinds of bacteria area. There was also the problem that a lot of milk was adulterated by unethical grocers farmers or in between people and it could be watered down and that would be the best of all worlds or it could be adulterated with white chalky substances and really made into a UN nutritious mess ends ends really important for infant feeding because a lot of infants were dying of diarrhea because they were getting tainted milk yeah. It's another reason another thing we need to say to our kids like yeah. You know back in the day the milk would kill you. Yeah yeah should appreciate your having a bowl of cereal talking to die and right three days. The the motto wouldn't have got milk it would be you can have it exactly so as he's kind of products start to get developed. These kind of ready ready to eat breakfast. Cereals Kellogg's kind of together start collaborating on John is initially or really for most of his life resistant to the idea of making a ton of right right well. Where does that come from. Well you know he created. He is best remembered for his role in clerk lakes but he created a lot of health foods. He was responsible for getting soya milk and almond milk and other nut. MEESE milks manufacturers a lot of foods that he created but he created them all for his flock for his patients but back then if a doctor advertised his wears if he took out ads or in some way commercialized voiced his work there was held to pay with his local medical society all the way up to the American Medical Association and he was even though Oh he did some things that were on the fringes or that was not what Orthodox medical doctors practice he very much wanted to be part of you know the elite cadre of American physicians and if he had done something like come out with John Harvey kelloggs cornflakes he would there will be charges which is brought up against them so in addition to the the food innovation particularly will one of his key roles was in the kind of marketing and advertising side of that's where a lot of the kind of new ideas also were developed yeah. Can you give us a little bit of a sense of this specific techniques that will pioneered in terms of marketing to to specifically typically mothers and two kids right that was his demographic mothers and kids so there was wonderful pictures of mothers serving nutritious meals to their children in in these ads they also had little coupons so that you could get free samples of the cereal and for children he invented the toy in the box and the first one was a coloring book called the Kellogg's Funny Jungle Land Coloring Book and there was a double advantage to this the kids loved it of course and it also took up more more room in the box in the cornflakes and was much cheaper to make than a cornflakes so everybody wants but the toy in the box was a huge innovation. I can't I don't know of a single kid or adult who hasn't smiled when you say there's that toy in the box in your box of cereal and so he was brilliant then he invested millions wins and millions and millions of dollars every year to this very day even the creation of their own set of cartoon characters you know. Tony The tiger and snap crackle Oh pop and so on so they didn't have to pay people like the Disney Studio to borrow theirs they were really really right on on top of that the throughout Wales career.
The Battle of the Cornflakes
"February nineteen eight in louisiana. Intrepid woman in a lace fringed petticoat makes her way through the streets of jefferson city. She pauses at the corner of magazine berlin across the way is the creole cottage that houses her local grocer. She smooths her skirt fixes her face with more confidence than she feels and heads ads for the stores swing doors will kellogg put her up to this and not just her but all the women of america is latest commercial for kelloggs cornflakes cheaply dares women to wink at their grocer and quote see what they get for nineteen hundred eight. These ads are bold old and racy stuff but it's working beautifully now like thousands of others. This woman's taking kellogg up on the bear in her case. There's something more at stake. She's been looking for a reason to wink this particularly sweet store on her for some time. Now the grocer dressed in a white shirt and suspenders notices the woman the moment she enters good afternoon ms coleman. What may i get you. This fine day like she's for hearst miss. Miss coleman says nothing. She just winks the grocer smiles. You've seen those kellogg's ads my right. Ms coleman blesses well. Here's what that wink gets you this here. Free box of kellogg's toasted corn flakes a gift from the company. The grocer fetches. She's a white box off the shelf behind him and puts it on the counter. Oh what most wonderful surprise miss coleman notices something odd about the box wchs it looks like a box of cornflakes but it's not it's actually a box of kelloggs toasted rice flakes rice flakes. I did not know they made rice flakes. The grocer glances at the box. Oh i'm sorry ms coleman gave you the wrong bucks. The boxes do look very similar as is the grocer gets a box of cornflakes. Ms coleman looks again at the rice flakes or rice flakes pleasant. I've not tried yet but it it is made by kellogg's so i imagine it'd be pretty good in that case. I'll i'll buy a box n._b._a. Could try them and tell you what they're like. I'd like that very much. Coleman appraises ten cents same as cornflakes moments later this coleman leaves with her free box of cornflakes and the rice flakes and an excuse is to talk to the handsome grocer again but what she doesn't realize is that those rice flakes the same kellogg who makes cornflakes they're made by his brother dr john harvey kellogg and the confusion john's created with his branding is driving his younger brother nuts will thought his battles with john were over but now his brother's stealing his customers and will won't stand for it. He's no longer the downtrodden little brother subservient servian to john's every cruelty today. He's a successful industrialist with money and resources of zone dr john harvey kellogg. No longer has an underling underling to prop himself up. He's about to be shown up by the least likely person imaginable someone. He spent his whole life calling worthless from wonder this is american innovations and i'm steven johnson on the last episode. The kellogg brothers discovered the secret making flaked breakfast cereal. The masses had only just been introduced to ready to eat cereal created by their very own former battle creek sanitarium patient charles post. That's bird will keep kello to finally break free from his brother and found the battle creek toasted corn flakes company. Now it's nineteen. The weight and the tables are turning on the brothers lifelong few as it happens. The country is in the throes change to john will play a role in a sinister scientific movement laying the groundwork for unfathomable atrocities within his lifetime. Both the siblings have lasting impacts on america as we know it today safe but only one we'll give the name kellogg the meaning it's remembered by this is episode three battle of the brand it's august nineteen a week and we'll kellogg heads down mainstream in battle creek. A straw hat shielding his bald scalp from the summer heat. The look on his face is far from sunny. That's because the cereal tycoon is preoccupied with thoughts about his brother's latest intrusion on his business us right now he's trapped in his thoughts to notice just how dramatically he and john have transformed the town of their youth back then it was a small country settlement now it pulses with the wonders of modernity red and green trams rattled down the streets lined with electric lights lights and telephone poles the constant influx of new arrivals fuels a construction boom in a growing downtown marketplace factories are everywhere and they're not only turning out the breakfast. Foods battle creek is famous for their also making the ovens boxes conveyor belts and other equipment cereal manufacturers depend and on and it all began with the kellogg brothers they put this michigan town on the map by turning the battle creek sanitarium into a world famous health resort resort they kindled local industry with their innovative ready to eat breakfast cereals but will feels no pleasure from their shared achievements when he thinks of john all he feels is spite especially today. The latest batch of acrimony began last year. You're will started it when he gave his battle creek toasted cornflake company a new name the kellogg toasted cornflake company will new john john would object to the name and that he would try to use his position on the company's board to obstruct the change so we'll get the board to approve the new name while john was away in europe by the time. John got back to battle creek. It was too late. John brooded over his brother's sneaky move for a a few months and then began executing his retaliation. Just before new year's day nineteen hundred eight he resigned from the board of wills company it told will he wanted to spend more time. Focusing on the status nut food company the food business he'd formed in eighteen ninety eight is an offshoot of the sanitarium and the first thing he did was renamed his food business kellogg's food company of battle creek. The name was designed to inflate his is products with his brothers and it did now. Wholesalers roasters and customers alike struggled to differentiate between the two kellogg companies anthony's even the post office getting their mail mixed up once john begins manufacturing rice and wheat flakes. He makes his packaging indistinguishable bowl from his brother's cornflakes. The brothers have now both threatened the other with lawsuits. Their lawyers are poised for action just waiting for the word as he makes his way through downtown battle creek. We'll consider his options. He knows an ugly court battle hurt the company's brand. Getty eighty cannot stomach the idea of being exploited by his brother yet again. What's more willis obligated to defend the interests of his investors. John mauer competitor competitor a threat to the livelihoods of everyone who works at kellogg's we'll cannot sit by as sales or lost as bad as he wants to fight and when he figures he has to take one final shot at reconciliation to avoid courtroom showdown his dreadful hand-wringing is suddenly intolerable eligible to him now is the time we'll changes direction he heads north of michigan avenue and crosses the spaniel arched bridge approach that stretches over the glimmering waters battle creek he then heads west through the leafy streets and pass the sprawling fenced off grounds of the battle creek week sanitarium thirty minutes later he reaches john's large gothic revival home on manchester street will marches up painted needed white steps to the front door that twenty room house john calls the residents he removes his straw hat mops his sweaty brow and bangs to brass door knocker john's wife ella opens the door. She's a stern woman with grey curly hair. The moment she sees will her face darkens. Oh it's you low. Ella pleasure as always is john here. L. turns her back to will and yells else. John will is at the door as they wait for john will in l. a. eyeball each other on the doorstep in frosty silence they no longer pretend not to hate each other eventually. John appears in the doorway or do you want. I want to reach an accommodation. This dispute has gone far enough l. A. snaps at will yes it has it's about time you stopped using john's good name to enrich yourself wills composure snaps me me. He's the one riding on my coattails. He never cared about the cereal business until he saw my success now. He wants it from self because he cannot stand anyone anyone but him getting the glory how dare you we both know that i am the real kellogg. They buy your cereal because they think i'm the one selling it. Your success is a parasite parasite on mine will looks down and steadies himself against the bile of his hatred. He reminds himself why he's here and forces out a reasonable tone own john. What you're doing will ruin both our companies. If this ends up in court it will embarrass us. Both l. sets off so do what john says. John cuts across his wife ellen. Please but will speak. Thank you let me clear brother. I will go to court if i must. I just hope and pray that there's a better way to resolve this after our negotiating on the doorstep john and will reach an agreement john will stop selling cereals under the kellogg nick in return will will pay john fifty thousand dollars plus additional stock in the cornflakes business. It's the two brothers shake hands but the truce lasts less than a month a few weeks later. John has a change of heart and hostilities resume for the next two years. The animosity subterfuge and retaliation escalates as does the success of their cereal companies under will's autocratic leadership kellogg toasted cornflakes company thrives nineteen ten. He's selling millions of boxes axes of flaked breakfast cereal every year john's enjoying more modest success with his newest product sterilized brand. It's a serial made from the fiber. Rich outer layer of wheat grain john's promoting it as a constipation remedy. It's a powerful selling point in one thousand nine. John sells around a hundred thousand boxes of sterilized brand. The sales of sterilized brand aren't much of a threat to will cereal empire but john's copycat packaging coaching is unlike will john refuses to add salt sugar and other flavorings to his breakfast cereals that worries
"kelloggs" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Out of different factories. So with my background, not seeing any type of representation, any type of media unless you, you know, saw comedy movie that was making fun of Brown guy for being a cab driver or the Simpsons, having who the quick mar or anybody else in a convenience store, gas station. That's the only time I saw representation, and as a kid, my dad was a cab driver. So it made sense. You know, I wasn't offended. I just, just these were my context like people don't look like me. And I mean even to this day, you know, I'm, I'm probably still one of the most prominent guys with a beard and turban that people will see in mass media. Yeah. I mean I'm curious when you're we now your parents came here. I was born and raised in Toronto guy when day came here, did they kinda come and say, okay, I want to carry all the traditions with me, or do they come and sorta like my decision. Let's see if we can assimilate or something in the middle 'cause I'm only. Fascinated by that. I'm always fascinated by that to feel like those conversations happen, but they don't ever actually happen with the immigrants, and I've written about immigrants spurious, and in my experience with it, and then I had, you know, when somebody brings it up to my father, you know, for him, I feel like it was a lot more. Pragmatic it was like, all right. We're going to come here and we're gonna make money and we're gonna earn and we're going to build a better life, and I don't think he in any way, shape or form thought about the cultural impact. I don't think it even occurred to him that you're going to different country. I think whatever was pragmatic at the time he did. So you like to learn English. All right. Let's learn English. I don't think having a social life was a priority of his even. Now, you know, they're both retired and live, very, very simple lives. So I think from that perspective, you know, his social life was going to be his brothers and his sisters. And you know anybody else from the village or anybody else from up in job or India that he. Came across in while he was in Toronto like his oldest friends are just people that also came out in the seventies, and, you know, and they'll live together and, you know, fifteen people in an apartment until they earn enough money to get their own places and slowly build their own lives. So a lot of my dad's oldest friends from back then, or just whoever was there within the community. So I don't think they felt they probably didn't feel the pressure as much whereas his brothers, his younger brothers. He brought them and they came as teenagers. They I see both did cut their hair in the similarly, and I feel like that was because they were school. So maybe the pressure my father came, I think, in his early twenties. Right. So he was kinda pass that moment. Yeah, I think I think he had finished university already back home. So he had come immediately joined the workforce, and probably the jobs. He was getting working in factory was probably working in a lot of jobs that were just full of immigrants to begin with probably not feeling in need to kind of fit in a blending when I grew up, actually didn't have my hair grown. My mom used to cut my hair. I was a little bowl cut kid or mushroom cut and my father were turban. I didn't. And that always confused me like you know why does he like that? And I look like this and I think maybe they, they made an effort to try to get me to blend in but at the same time I also feel like their relationship with spirituality with sick philosophy in general wasn't very strong. I think for them it was just cultural heritage. This is how we look you know, and people in job. Cut their hair all the time as well. Just kind of cultural preference. And if you get more into the spiritual side than you a little bit more serious, and it wasn't until my, you know, I was probably six seven years old. My mother was working the Kelloggs factory and she we had moved is around the corner from the house that we had purchased..
"kelloggs" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"And then at some point that John just died is just like, you know, you can't do like kids kids in high school today are too sophisticated for that John. Well, here's another thing about it too. Though. This is like I said growing up in the eighties, right? Like, you would rent a TNA comedy or slasher with the hope that you would see some breasts because Greg couldn't just go online and look up, you know, porn sites or whatever if you saw breast in sleep wake camp to there's eight sets of Ted's in this thing. I believe we ever. So you wanna watch it more because it was your only chance if you're a teenager to see boobs. That's true. That's true. Boobs are much more available today than they were. There was playboy magazine, and you know, and hustler and a few ways, but but. But yeah, kids didn't have access to what they have access to today. Yeah. So we're some of the members of your drive in reviews or some of the most unique ones that you can remember. Well, I remember at the time at the time. I I started reviewing these movies like today people are crazy about I don't know how deep you are into har-. But but people are people are deep into talion horror allo, they call it. And at the time that those movies came out though in the early in the late seventies early eighties. We didn't know they were talion because they would double them into English. They would do stuff. Like, you know. I mean when you look back at at it today and watch the scene again you like, oh, yeah. Obviously that's not an American city, you know, but they would do things like put Kelloggs cornflakes on the kitchen table, just because those talian Rome. Yeah..
Sweet Sorrow: Kelloggs Says Ciao to Keebler, Famous Amos
"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by zero to show a brand new podcast from octa. Every successful entrepreneur follows a different path. Learn how to forge your own by listening two zero two zero wherever you get your podcasts. From wondering, I'm David Brown and this business wars daily on this Wednesday. April tenth brace yourself. This episode could make you hungry for the next. Couple of minutes will be talking chocolate. But cookie business has become one big chess game last week Italian company Ferreiro announced it's buying Keebler and famous Amos cookies from Kellogg. Yes. The Keebler elves are legally any way moving to Italy Ferraro is spending one point three billion dollars to spirit the elves across the pond famous Amos and Kellogg unit that bake some girl scout cookies, we'll go with them Forero known for its new Tele hazelnut spread is quickly becoming one of America's sweetest sweets companies. This is the fourth American cookie or candy brand. It's eaten up since twenty seventeen. Ferreiro bought Nestle's candy division little over a year ago. Those Keebler elves will be joining baby Ruth butterfinger. And many other delicious American trifles. So what's going on Kellogg admits that it was starving? Those poor elves and Amos of resources it was pouring its efforts and money into treats that have sweeter returns on investment from pop tarts to Pringles Kellogg. I started shopping the brands in November it's been trying to figure out how to spur Americans lagging appetites for snacks from big old brand names. In fact, it's been a rough patch for most consumer packaged goods companies. According to NPR, young shoppers, simply aren't brand loyal the way baby boomers were for Kellogg. That means the Keebler name no longer pools. It's weight as American shoppers are increasingly avoiding processed foods Kellogg in its competitors. Are pulling their hair out at least sixteen consumer packaged goods CEO's had left their jobs between twenty sixteen and twenty eighteen the Wall Street Journal reported presumably. They were failing at or exhausted from trying to kick start growth, but if it were just the shift toward healthier food that was hurting cookie sales. Why would Herero be sweetening? It's own desert portfolio apparently will still indulge plenty, especially if the quality is high for railroad specializes in improving tired brands in February and relaunched Nestle's one hundred year old butterfinger candy Barr with more chocolate and no hydrogenated oils. So Ferreiro sees a huge opportunity in our collective sweet tooth as does delay international. Jones. The Oreo Mondays spending more than two billion dollars to buy those yummy. Danish butter cookies dance or rather maker the Kelsen group from Campbell Soup. Campbell's is another legacy food brand that's been struggling to reshuffle. Its portfolio Monday is also buying Australian cookie maker or. Or should we be calling them biscuits? So cookies are not being flattened by celery and carrots, there's still a lot of money to be made in indulgences, but selling them is harder than it's ever been. Which is why cookie chess his getting so aggressive? From wondering this is business wars daily. Hey before you run off to that mid morning snack. Take a second Llosa five star rating on your favorite podcast app for us. That'd be a better gift of box chocolates bags. I'm David Brown. We'll see you tomorrow. Businessworld daily is brought to you by zero to PO a brand new podcast from octa a lot of startup stories. Just focus on the big wins. But being an entrepreneur's heart. And it can be lonely. If all you ever hear about his others, crushing it in zero to PO, you'll hear about the different stages of business growth, and the blood, sweat, and tears. It took for some of the world's most successful entrepreneurs to get to where they are today. People like the Mark Andriessen, and Ben Horowitz, and Netflix is Patty mcchord zero IPO is hosted by Frederick Carris co-founder of octa and Joshua Davis, contributing editor at wired the conversations they have are candid and the learnings are invaluable. You can listen to zero to wherever you get your podcasts.
"kelloggs" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"Loads of friends at Christmas and the other no print. Harry Potter y'all child crime. Then no not too much, really. Because a lot of children. Do I've read. According to evolutionary biologist David Hake. This might be to stop the parents from procreating and having another baby. Which kind of makes sense if you think evolutionary doesn't it? Yeah. I read about this. They do it at night, particularly the idea of like late nurse feeding the mum. So that if you were about to go, okay? Let's let's get down the baby would stop you. Is that the baby then gets more resources because it doesn't have to share it with those brothers and sisters, which means in theory, they should do better in life, which means eight should reproduce more. And then, but doesn't also breastfeeding actors contraceptive, so if you're exclusively breastfeeding as a woman, you tend not to have periods is that right? Meaning that you can become pregnant, right? So the more the child cries him once breastfeeding the less chance there is another child will be born. So it's working double efforts stopping the actual sex. And then even if the actual sex is happening. It's still not like a human contraceptive problem. It's obviously not working is it. So these genius babies of mailing. The best thing. Maybe it another million years to, you know, make Justice belts. One of you is saying that parents don't intend to just favorite one cupid loads of presence paw that was one parent who lit treated exactly that. So do you guys know about evil in wars died? So even what an older brother could Alec and his dot absolutely loved Alec. And absolutely hated even in war. So all the way through their life. If even were wanted anything his dad got it for his brother. So even us for a bike his dad, but one frolic instead Alec once forbids table, and so even we'll had was a child at the time he played in his nursery and the dodgers dumped two bids table in this room that he was supposed to play in. He wants said when Alec father his first son, then even was dad said to the sun, I've only ever loved three people in my life, or I've had three great loves in my life. And my mother, my wife and your father. Furrowed eveland. But even wall was also mean to his children wasn't he we we we've done the banana story before haven't we which is that. There was lots of rationing in the wall and even more had children and with a special thing where bananas were distributed because they they had not been easy to come by during the wall. And so, you know, you will get basically banana per child, and even we'll saddest three children down in front of him and proceeded to eat all three bananas. I think with a knife from before he pulled cream over them. So did he just hate them? Or? That must maybe he was teaching them some less than that, we cut quite comprehend at this time. Tell me how. Test question for you guns. Yes. The company Kellogs who's it named after John Kellogg, John John Kellogg? Incorrect. John Harvey Kellogg is the guy that we've talked about before he bought he was sort of an inventor. He thought everyone hunt to eat oats, stop masturbating stuff like that. Again, who rules a Kellogg academy? So he's a famous one I think that people know about John Harvey Kellogg, but Kelloggs cornflakes Kellogg company was founded invented in named after his brother. And so he joins John Harvey Kellogg had a younger brother called will. And John was is really flamboyant really outgoing. The hate it. They were polar opposite. They were on. Did it say? Big baller vote. No name. I serious. Way get this back on track serious bribery. Oh my God. Will was opposite of John Harvey not very fun boy in like hardly set..
"kelloggs" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk
"And so that goes back to what you were just saying the track idea. And the idea of one livery per team that is part of the reason that people don't identify what the teams anymore. Because back then it was so simple, Terry Labonte Kelloggs, cornflakes or whatever it was, and you could put one sponsor and. Everybody knew who that driver was and now you can't do that anymore. So I, you know before when that idea was first floated out there, we talked about it on the show and I was like, yeah, it's kind of ridiculous. And you're like, no, no, no, that that makes sense. I've come around. I think it makes perfect sense. Now I really do. And let's be honest with all these teams having different sponsors and everything like that. Like I, it's almost as if you can't nail down a can't nail down a driver with a sponsor anymore, unless it no Jimmy Johnson and lows and that's going away. And that's going away to, although may not be going away permanently, but, but it's mostly going away. Yeah, let's talk about that too because on tied into all of the sponsorship news apparently. Now, this is weird, weird story because. The story is that lows might not be done on the forty eight car yet, even though they're pulling their sponsorship of Johnson at the end of the year, but. That story is that headline, I think, is kind of fishing for clicks because lows themselves hasn't said, oh, we're reconsidering. We're thinking about coming back to the forty eight. Apparently they have some new marketing people in place, and so it's Hendrick that's saying we're going back to Lowe's, and we're going to try and see if we can convince these new people to do a partial schedule with the forty eight car to try and help fill things out because we have one or two other people interested, but not for a full season. So when you read that headline, I don't know if it's one hundred percent accurate. I don't think it's at Lowe's interested. I think it said Hendrick is hoping that the new people at Lowe's interested because that's how desperate they are right now. Yeah. But at the same time, it's just like. Why? Why would lows? Why wouldn't lose wanna stay with Jimmy Johns. Because he's saying Tom time champion, like STD's with Richard petty for like fifty seven years, and they haven't done crap in a while. That's the perfect example. And that's exactly what I was thinking as you were saying that is that you know, Richard petty won as many championships, and that somehow got him a permanent sponsorship from SDP because they're smart enough to say, we're going to ride this out. We're going to use this as a thing even after the driver is done, lows could be in the same position. I mean, lows has almost has just about been the sole sponsor of one of the greatest drivers ever in NASCAR, a definite hall of Famer first ballot. And they're not thinking ahead to say, well, you know, we could do a partial schedule to stay in touch with this team in this driver and that we can use this for years and years and years in the future. I think that's more product of where NASCAR is right now. Then we're Jimmy Johnson is right now. Oh, absolutely. I don't see what the hell's going on, like what the hell. Yeah, I think I think if they're looking at the the attendance or looking at the viewership and they're thinking well with Richard petty, they were able to take take advantage of that because NASCAR we're super popular and Richard petty was the most popular driver, you know, even after he was done being good. And I think that now they're like, well, Jimmy Johnson is definitely the best driver even after he's done being good this year, but who we appealing to know maybe ten or twenty thousand fans, it's not a big deal. We we don't wanna pay millions of dollars for that. And that's, that's sad. That's Bryant brains his fault. Exactly. It's everyone that the board of directors full for driving. If these damn prices see our full for not regulating these prices when they could. Everyone sublime like all these guys just trying to get bit bigger faster, better. Like it's the steroids, the early two, thousands of NASCAR at that peak was the snacks car on steroids. Everyone wanted in everyone's doing successful and now now what have we got?.
"kelloggs" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You know it's just a magical place to be in the island is very busy because you not. Only have the Chicago to mackinac race you had her port Huron, to now outrace leaves from port Huron Michigan and goes up. Lake Huron to the That's cool People. Do, both yeah that's that's that's quite an. Adventure though, I mean you're prepping prepping almost all year. For this, I mean really as soon as the season starts shore and you know when when the season, goes away I know in fall time you are thinking ahead next year getting a crew together and that sort. Of, thing. Yes absolutely some, other history, one hundred ten years for that eighteen ninety eight of will Kellogg. Invented cornflakes that was like really one of the. Earliest cereals I think it was. An accident When he. Created, right so it goes back to the. Late nineteenth, century Seventh Day Adventists began to develop a. New food, adhere to the vegetarian diet recommended by the church and members of the group experimented with a, number of different grains including wheats oats rice barley and corn in eighteen ninety four Dr John Harvey Kellogg superintendent. Of, the. Battle creek sanitarium, yeah in, Michigan and Adventists uses recipes as part is a strict regiment which. Also included no alcohol no tobacco no how would. You survive a no alcohol tobacco In this country Caffeine right in. Front. Of me yeah This idea for cornflakes began by Kellogg's and his younger brother will Kellogg left some cooked wheat to sit while the attended to some pressing. Matters of the sanitarium when they returned they, found that the wheat had gone stale but being on a strict budget and they decided to continue to process it by forcing through the rollers to Flathead hoping to obtain long sheets, of like like doughy sheets of it and they let. It dry in and what they, found instead once they ran a roller these crunchy flakes and this was in eighteen ninety four and then a patented really the very next. Year and took it to the public what was the name, of, the movie where? The, Kellogg people. Roger are you there yes I am and I was just thinking of it, when when day was talking about it and I remember it was, because they were on such a healthcare bright that the cornflakes was not really what they were, into was like an extra side thing but. It Was a a cleansing, place that they are really very strict cleansing you went body cleansing, issues yes where you took the cure is yeah how about a classic cornflakes commercial stop by, for breakfast Excuse me food superman Hey Mr. kid Kellogg's, cornflakes let, me, cover Early The third place we've got to get to the, office there's no. Time what do you think I am? Superman, no. No I don't think Kelloggs? Cornflakes, foreign. Host he is Superman did deliver Kelloggs cornflakes he'd, have a tough time keeping everybody happy more people run out of them. Every morning than any, other stereo.
"kelloggs" Discussed on Fresh Air
"The unusual story behind some of america's most popular serials like kelloggs cornflakes a story that connects with the leadership of the seventh day adventists and the early days of the wellness movement we talk with dr howard marquel about his book the kellogg's about the two brothers who co created ready to eat breakfast cereals the older brother dr john kellogg founded a famous sanitarium and advocated a whole grain vegetarian diet and probiotics he also was very chaste and reminded both his readers and his followers that sex for anything other than procra creation really sapped the soul the younger brother will was the marketing and manufacturing genius behind the cereals also rock critic ken tucker reviews the new drake album and i'll review the new hbo mini series sharp objects starring amy adams some of today's most popular breakfast cereals such as corn flakes and rice krispies have a history that intersects with the seventh day adventists the early wellness movement eugenics sexual abstinence and some innovative as well as some horrifying medical interventions not something you'd suspect from the popular tv ad jingles today's guest dr howard marquel is the author of a book called the kellogg's the battling brothers of battle creek it comes out next week in paperback it's about dr john kellogg and his younger brother will kellogg john the doctor was groomed to be a leader of the seventh day adventists in eighteen seventy six he became the director of their sanitarium in battle creek michigan which he turned into a world famous medical center spa and grand hotel that attracted many celebrities in nineteen twenty one his research on diet and digestion was nominated the for a nobel prize as part of his dietary research dr kellogg and his brother created a new idea ready to eat cereals such as cornflakes will who was the business innovator turn those breakfast cereals into good tasting mass produced popular breakfasts marketed under the kellogg brand he founded the company in nineteen o six all of the two brothers worked together for a long time they never got along and their relationship ended with a series of lawsuits howard marquel directs the center for the history of medicine at the university of michigan where he's also professor of pediatrics and communicable diseases terry gross spoke with him last year dr howard marquel welcome to fresh air it's funny no breakfast cereals now are often considered basically sugar coated vitamin pills the fortification of vitamins is the nutrition and the sugar is it gets kids to eat it but it's not very good for them but breakfast cereals were originally part of a health craze that dr kellogg created why was breakfast such a problem like if you were into health like dr john kellogg was what were the problems with breakfast as he sought well there were a number of issues and yes cornflakes wheat flakes flake cereal in general were invented to be easily digested by those with upset stomachs or what was then called dispatch zia the great american stomach ache and if you look at what people eat in america in the late nineteenth century or even the early twentieth century it was a very heavy an animal fats often cured meats so the very salty a lot of sugar you would have for breakfast potatoes at were fried in the congealed fat from the night before a lot of alcohol and caffeine was consumed a lot of carbo high hydrates and making breakfast was an ordeal so even if you made porridge or mush these whole grains took hours to melt down and make into a mush or a soft form and so these poor mothers were getting up very early on they're probably taking care of all their children all night they had to start a wood burning fire and so making breakfast was a great ordeal but john harvey kellogg invented them for the invalid people who came to his battle creek sanitarium it was his little brother will realize you know there are a lot more people who are healthy and just want a convenient tasty breakfasts than those who are ill and need an easily digestible breakfast so he had a little sugar a little salt to cornflakes and it just took the world by storm in one thousand nine hundred six because you could simply poor breakfasts out of a box even dad could make breakfast now so it originally didn't have the title of like cornflakes or weed flakes what was what was the original flake cereal that the kellogg's invented called will their first serial of basically dr kellogg thought that if you dextra is starch what that meant is if you bake a green for a long period.
"kelloggs" Discussed on Love Island: The Morning After
"Love island the morning after sponsored by kelloggs cornflakes that was a dramatic mass dumping and i'm not even talking about the twenty second preview of arguments we saw at the end of last night's episode and also by by adam you're listening to the morning after the official love our them has of me real freedom not got ken this morning because a much better replacement youtube sensation licken for hello glad you're here 'cause i know you're gonna be strong opinions v here so on stays podcast west said it was a tough decision but he's gone for meghan georgia state some but has she really got her i on laura's jack i'm we'll be reopening the love island dictionary rates keep up with the villa lingo plus we have the send dj who you saw dropping beats in the village homes and on the phone i though here you headlines from last night's episode georgia acknowledges threat isn't a word the end of the day was learning curve i've learned from the mirror explains mattresses dues sleep on it and meghan apps inhales lie i have a self restraint the morning after so much tension you can shake a stick at in last night's episode the recoupling her muslim thing if you missed it you need to the it hub because i can't even recall all the people that have left the nervous that many lives can you remember i'm gonna go with full two plus two tv's make you name shane them right now okay there are so many same names actually gives me a headache trying to think of all the names darla just need a minute adam on by alex new alex i he reminds me of yogi bear just like just pick tom for ford's oh okay getting on here and ellie newly near la aka jack's ex by see later first things first though west picks meghan the morning after we had a conversation last night year adamant it was going to be darrow as she derelict smoking halls oh wow yeah gorgeous only would she she just doesn't solve to go i wish she went in as a proper like not into castro more in as someone who's just going on a road we call them oh jeez journals i feel it should have done so well if you're just going on and whereas in her of do indu think where's pecking meghan is a bit of a bad choice i mean should go great history ally if i was basing of track records however i think that something could happen especially now i don't even know new alex that's his name he's gone yeah so i mean something could actually have an 'cause she doesn't have a destruction to the next boy walks in but i mean i think she could maybe i don't know she's kind of treating this as a goals holiday what is really interesting samir's reaction is emir us out there right in the firepit when they had to do the dumping and the recall playing all of it was surprise for everyone and she whispered she said if it doesn't choose meghan i'll be fuming i know that was weird for me but understands that because i know this close to meghan but she was the.
"kelloggs" Discussed on Love Island: The Morning After
"Love island the morning after sponsored by kelloggs cornflakes well in looks like newboy alex's grafting meghan seems to have paid off you're listening to the morning after the official of paul cast of me arielle free now is a case of ladies what branch this morning as joining me today other wonderful actually james show to call ak the bittersweet dj have you feeling really i've league cited us she can't contain a lot say okay save save that so on stays podcast we are first piece of actions the islanders were split up are the burden josh fight to letdown samir georgia and molly fellow will be on the phone i though here your headlines from last night's episode dean reveals has approached threesomes onto that move the analogy slight throw something in annex finding has something to put on his application to the david society the brush the to whatever and ellie forget how to treat a jellyfish sting on mate eight the morning after if you wanna be of cocktails for life than head on over to the it to catch up on last night's episode welcome actually ensure that how are you both my love's do you speak i no no no it's all about you do polite both of us 'cause this morning is sesame morning miss saving ourselves discussing what is going on enough island were you shocked by last week's episode shocked and disappointed that's the word is his name okay what about you sure that of never been so on into cocktails sausage mooning possibly and i did the same thing by myself last night so that's not great the morning after see a sentence to you both i want you to elaborate heads have timed the hell is josh doing i'm so i'm gree oh i feel responsible even the never met made i've never met georgia and because i was so here for josh and cas 'cause i think those two together are the world's fittest human beings ever and but they're not she watching her well georgia's being behaving and really is dislike really of set by joe about just like missing josh and being loyal it's called loyal but he hasn't done anything yet he hasn't done anything yet do as you on us about the fact that he wants her she is fire has as he says and he went in the beach and had like a big conversation to the cameras ing i wish i could let george know if we were in the villa i wish i could let george know like west did was laura but the main issue for me is that he was checking to the guys ping down georgia i think when you fancy someone else's fair enough but you don't have to put down he said it during the show he said oh i didn't really rate jeff and we've seen him being really sweet with g knowing that jesus have insecurities but he doesn't i he doesn't when they when she first came in advance you go nearer so he's just being honest i didn't feel like she has to feel something for her to be so loyal to him yeah no idea doing i don't dispute the fact that the on each other houses fit though 'cause is ridiculous knocker and why really lights actually when she came in with no makeup in the morning is a bit disheveled the boys were like oh she actually looks like nicer like notch role then light cover to make them to the boys mental for which is actually quite durable enjoyed that joshes moves in the bed though quite excellent i would you describe them charlotte don't go fishing myself but you know when you actually put it out of the water it's just like fighting to get back in it's like a beautiful moment but wouldn't say it's tractive and what do we thinking about new boy alex efforts with meghan i mean what favor fund it bit creepy he was creating alone but then i kind of feel it megan's met her match with him because laura said that a couple of days ago she was like he licks into the eyes of your soul and he's like did it to every single girl every single girl that you saw in the villa that first night so she was quite we'd lauda was quite weary of whereas meghan gone for hick line and sinker quite literally a loved me he's like a pillow barricade and then the next thing just saw them like slow snuggling up where's lavar barricade also saw three quaters that's not gonna work you can't be sat there taking the tool to.
"kelloggs" Discussed on Love Island: The Morning After
"Love island the morning after sponsored by kelloggs cornflakes to mirror seem to be the friend zone but it comes a cost rosie is coming home you're listening to the morning after the official of autumn podcast of me real free and joining me this morning i'm so happy to say is the what actress and me eight tie he talk on gholam is that when love islands done ta i'm literally like i'm reeling from that it does something so weird to me inside a con explain to have units park as you were so reactive what to talk about day is at rosie's time in the villa because we have to do to how fortunately the cursive item typically after sixty wait la can finally see adult show oh on one of the best couple of names developed as the mighty bed has been board first before we get into that here your headlines from last night's episode knee by sam is made to clean up the highway after a allen meghan hey al finally reveals his favorite step song six seven eight and georgia can't quite remember that famous phrase by not judging by its cover the of book makes you pick the book is the story that makes you liked the book so he might not be cooler for book on the shelf thing but it might be the story on you might fall the morning after he didn't catch last night recoupling where where you were doing what is it friday night you had plans whatevs make sure you get back on the it up and catch up ace up before to moro evenings after son an episode emily how you doing i'm good i'm so ready.
"kelloggs" Discussed on Love Island: The Morning After
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"kelloggs" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"See don't you understand the workers will be able to accomplish what kellogg's wasn't able to accomplish capitalism is evil when private entities own the means of production evil well actually the workers own the means of production therefore opposite of evil i think it's really entertaining he actually says it's unconstitutional and illegal for kellogg's to say we're going out of business you can't once you open a business in venezuela you can't go out of business or else we'll throw you in jail and seize your on tuesday workers had said that they were prevented from entering the plant in the city of mara maarakeh the announcement comes ahead of sunday's presidential elections maduro told cheering supporters in the central state of kara bobo we've begun judicial proceedings against the business leaders of kellogg's because their exit is unconstitutional i've taken a decision to deliver the company to the workers in order that they can continue producing for the people venezuela's battered economy has been hit by falling oil revenue and the plummeting value of the currency the bulevar it also has one of the highest rates of inflation in the world right which has not actually been calculus embargo against them now by the united states there has been for many years kellogg has the latest multinational company to close or scale back operations in venezuela citing strict currency controls a lack of raw material and soaring inflation said it hoped to return to venezuela in the future and warned against cells of its brands without the express authorisation of the kellogg company so kellogg is pulling intellectual property to prevent cornflakes for being sold as kelloggs cornflakes.
Kelloggs: Venezuelan government seizes factory, hands it to workers
"Of rejection the finding comes in a survey of more than twelve thousand lgbtq teens across the nation they reported feeling unsafe in their school classrooms more than three quarters of them reported feeling depressed half of trans and gender expansive respondents said that they never use school restrooms because they can't use the ones that they identify with that's mark mayfield reporting with the royal wedding just a few days away advice for megan markle on which member of the royal family might be a good person with whom to bond abc sherry preston says you might be surprised when make markle joins the royal family she will of course be an outsider she's on a fine job of navigating the rules and protocol what it means to be royal but relax with chill out with cape the duchess of cambridge while they are about the same age but royals biographer robert lacey doesn't think she's the one that megan has been bonding with the most recent being camilla she's very relaxed in fact lacey says princess diana's nemesis is the one who meghan markle might reach out to for advice on how to fit in cheri preston abc news the government of venezuela is now in control of cornflakes in the country venezuela's government has now taken control of a plant owned by kellogg's cereal manufacturer they made the move after kellogg's announced it was pulling out of the country because of the worsening economic conditions there then as waylon president nicolas maduro says the plant will be turned over to the workers and they will continue manufacturing on their own bills in for reporting chicago mayor rahm emanuel calling a lawsuit to block the construction of the planned obama presidential center a frivolous one the mayor blasted a group that suing saying they don't understand the twentyfirst century i think this is a frivolous lawsuit it's based on some notion of the records the record is going to be digitized the welcome to the twenty first century they can be both in new york and in chicago it's protect our parks inc who filed the suit over claims that the center won't include a true presidential libraries in stock uments from president obama's presidency won't be physically kept their abc world headlines next what's worse than are you fueled by curiosity.