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It’s Back to School season and in a few days my little girl will be starting her first day of Kindergarten! Insert nervous – over emotional – worried momma emotions here. For those of you with children heading to school soon Cheerios and the Florida Department of Citrus want to make sure you’re preparing them for their big day with a nutritious and energizing breakfast. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and for our children it’s basically brain food. When I was younger breakfast meant a big bowl of Cheerios, a tall glass of cold OJ, and a slice of buttered toast. I was always a picky morning eater but if there is one thing I would never turn down it was a bowl of cereal. To this day I am a full-fledged Cheerio eater.
Cheerios are available in a range of flavors the whole family will love, from the original Cheerios in the yellow box, to Honey Nut Cheerios, to fun flavors like Dulce de Leche and Fruity, and new Cheerios Protein, available in two irresistible flavors: Cinnamon Almond and Oats & Honey. All varieties are made with whole grain and without high fructose corn syrup making them a healthy meal option in the morning.
For the perfect Back to School breakfast combination, pair Cheerios with 100% Florida Orange Juice. Not only is it an excellent source of vitamin C but it also provides at least 100% of the Daily Value. A delicious 8-ounce glass of 100% Florida orange juice is a good source of potassium and other vitamins like folate and thiamin. It’s healthy, refreshing, and an easy way to get a fruity boost of energy.
You can find great Breakfast Savings at Publix on Cheerios and 100% Florida Orange Juice:
In-Store Savings: Save $2 when you buy any 1 Cheerios 10.9oz or larger AND any 1 100% Florida Orange Juice 59oz or larger” (this sale will include both flavors of Cheerios Protein)
Printable Coupons: $1/2 Cheerios Franchise. Visit www.ReadyPlanSave.com to clip and print your coupons. While supplies last.