cheerios

"Will it pumpkin spice?" is the new "Will it waffle?" And, apparently, the answer is always a resounding yes. But some products lend themselves better to cinnamon and cloves than others--which is why we have tasted our way through all the pumpkin spice goods out there to find the best ones. Step aside, Skeleton Jack: These are the real kings of the pumpkin patch.
It wasn't Old Navy who taught me this word, but a cyber mob of Twitter users attacking Old Navy. Why did so many people feel the need to attack an All-American clothing retailer?
The cereal company dotted the "i" in "Rest in peace" with a Cheerio.
I can only hope that this serves as a lesson: to people who don't understand why celiacs are skeptical of labeled foods, to those who treat gluten-free eating as a fad diet as opposed to a prescription and medical necessity, and to the big companies who fail to take us seriously or keep us safe.
What people with celiac disease truly need is a better way to manage this chronic illness with the guidance of experienced and knowledgeable doctors. We need to be taken seriously and we need research to make a gluten-filled world safer for people with celiac disease.
The gluten-free cereal may be contaminated with wheat.