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In 2008, the General Mills Bell Institute of Health concluded research suggesting that incorporating whole grain foods into a reduced calorie diet can result in lowering risk factors associated with metabolic syndrome and heart disease. In fact, a whole grain diet can lower the risk of heart disease as much as the use of statin drugs. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/benefitsofwholegrains/32737/
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In 2008, the General Mills Bell Institute of Health concluded research suggesting that incorporating whole grain foods into a reduced calorie diet can result in lowering risk factors associated with metabolic syndrome and heart disease. In fact, a whole grain diet can lower the risk of heart disease as much as the use of statin drugs. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/benefitsofwholegrains/32737/
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In 2008, the General Mills Bell Institute of Health concluded research suggesting that incorporating whole grain foods into a reduced calorie diet can result in lowering risk factors associated with metabolic syndrome and heart disease. In fact, a whole grain diet can lower the risk of heart disease as much as the use of statin drugs. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/benefitsofwholegrains/32737/
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In 2008, the General Mills Bell Institute of Health concluded research suggesting that incorporating whole grain foods into a reduced calorie diet can result in lowering risk factors associated with metabolic syndrome and heart disease. In fact, a whole grain diet can lower the risk of heart disease as much as the use of statin drugs. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/benefitsofwholegrains/32737/
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In 2008, the General Mills Bell Institute of Health concluded research suggesting that incorporating whole grain foods into a reduced calorie diet can result in lowering risk factors associated with metabolic syndrome and heart disease. In fact, a whole grain diet can lower the risk of heart disease as much as the use of statin drugs. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/benefitsofwholegrains/32737/
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In 2008, the General Mills Bell Institute of Health concluded research suggesting that incorporating whole grain foods into a reduced calorie diet can result in lowering risk factors associated with metabolic syndrome and heart disease. In fact, a whole grain diet can lower the risk of heart disease as much as the use of statin drugs. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/benefitsofwholegrains/32737/
14 Oct 2008
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Following on the heels of last year's inaugural Feeding Dreams™ initiative to celebrate everyday heroes who are doing extraordinary things to improve communities, General Mills is proudly serving up seconds and expanding its reach to help recognize African-Americans who are selflessly volunteering to make their communities better in four southern cities. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/generalmills/39425/
8 Aug 2009
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10 Sep 2009
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Pam Becker from General Mills discussed with Douglas Simon the strategy for promoting the company’s Gluten Free products. Recorded at Editor Showcase: Health and Nutrition in NYC. Some of Pam’s VlogViews and others are located at *******bit.ly/8WYG2O.
11 Feb 2010
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Corporate Social Responsibility News: General Mills Ups Nutrition + Sustainability Efforts; UPS Eco-Packaging Program
20 Apr 2010
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Corporate Social Responsibility News: General Mills Expands Partners in Food Solutions, w/ USAID, Cargill, and DSM; International Business Leaders Forum Adds Expert Insight Video Series to 3BL Media. This CSR Minute is brought to you by RSF Social Finance. For information on how RSF Social Finance is transforming how the world works with money, visit *******rsfsocialfinance****. Watch this and other CSR Minute podcasts: *******3blmedia****/3bltv.
23 Mar 2011
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The General Mills oat milling facility in Fridley, Minn., is the company's first biomass-powered plant. Oat hulls left over from the milling process to make food like Cheerios and other products are used to generate 90 percent of the steam needed to heat the plant and produce the oat flour.
25 Mar 2011
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