In honour of National Cereal Day on March 7, Kellogg Canada released a survey of Canadian consumers and their cereal habits.
Mississauga, Ont. – Canadians are a wacky bunch – at least in the cereal department.
In honour of National Cereal Day, Kellogg Canada Inc. released some survey results about Canadians and their cereal consumption. The company says the survey was conducted among 1,353 randomly selected cereal-eating Canadian adults who are Angus Reid Forum panelists.
In a statement, Kellogg says nine out of 10 Canadians eat cereal, with more than half of us consuming cereal one-to-three times per week. About 35 per cent of us will have it for dinner and 21 per cent of us will enjoy it any time of day.
But Kellogg Canada took a deeper look at our cereal habits. Here, as listed in the statement, are the company’s findings:
The survey found that most of us, 91%, choose milk, but others have different ideas:
Kellogg Canada also found that Canadians aren’t afraid to experiment with their toppings choices:
And while they were at it, Kellogg Canada also took a look at habits across Canada:
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