Ta­bles turn for ce­re­als

Sunday Mail (UK) - - News -

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

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