Recently, I gave you my take on the new General Mills, "Choose Breakfast" ads -- which just happen to be paired with ads that feature all kinds of sugary cereals. Since my initial posting, a number of other critics -- from nutritionists to organizations -- have been blasting the cereal maker for its misleading spots.
The latest comes from Campaign for Commercial-Free Childhood, which denounces General Mills for its "faux public service announcements" that create "the impression that these sugary cereals are a healthy choice for children."
Parents, this is why it's soooo important that you educate first yourself and then your children about what constitutes a healthy breakfast. (For help, check out some of the books on this SugarShockBlog and also at my website bookstore.