National Cereal Day History
National Cereal Day’s official website confirms that Cereal has been around since the Civil War. But it was not until 1939, that the cereal that we know today was first introduced. Sweeteners and sugar were added to the old version, and the texture became much easier to chew and swallow. 80 years later, almost 50% of the American population begin their day with a bowl of cereal. National Cereal Day is celebrated every year on March 7th.
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