Tables turn for cereals
Brits are losing their taste for breakfast cereals, a report claims.
Changing habits at breakfast tables have shrunk UK sales at three of Britain’s biggest cereal firms – Kellogg’s, Weetabix and Cereal Partners.
The Grocer magazine says cuts in supermarket prices and rising popularity of breakfast-on-the-go saw turnover fall. Wednesday – six days after they were handed in.
Mum-of-two Nicola said: “The wedding was great – and then the whole weekend ended up a complete shambles.
“The police called me on Monday to say they had the keys, which we’d known since the previous Friday.
“I got my keys back on Wednesday in the post. The whole situation was a nightmare.”
She explained: “The reception was at Craigshill rugby club and we got a taxi from there to Livingston, where I was staying with my sister for the night.
“The keys obviously fell out of my bag during the short taxi journey.
“I realised they were gone on Friday morning and phoned a Police Scotland switchboard number.
“They tried several times to get through to lost property at Livingston but said nobody answered.
“I went down to the police station on Friday afternoon, by which time they said lost property was closed and there