If you didn't purchase any Rice Crispies in 2009, you may have missed the claim they made on the side of their box that said that "[Rice Crispies] support your child's immunity." Frosted Mini Wheats had a similar statement on their box, claiming that they are "clinically shown to improve children's attentiveness by nearly 20%."
Both claims turned out to be completely false, and now Kellog's is paying the price.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has ordered Kellog's to pay $10.5 million to customers and charities as a punishment.
Good! Companies should be held responsible for the claims they make about their products!
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Source: Just Jared