How much do you know about Cornflakes?
Do you know that Cornflakes was not the original intention of the inventor? John Kellogg, the inventor of Cornflakes, and his brother tried to come up with a dough they could use. After they boiled wheat and let it dry, they tried to come up with the dough by putting it through rolls and it came out as flakes instead. They toasted the flakes and the rest of the story became history.
Cornflakes is one of the most eaten cereal breakfasts globally. It is packed with vitamins A, B, C, D, E. When taken in moderation, Cornflakes can be beneficial to your health and is a healthier option as compared to most cereals.
See facts about Cornflakes
• Cornflakes was invented by John Kellogg in 1894 for patients at the Battle Creek Sanitarium where he worked with his brother.
• The world’s most expensive Cornflakes are shaped like Illinois, which was from two sisters from Virginia who placed a Kellogg flake on eBay. The flake’s shape became like the shape of an Illinois. Surprisingly, it became the world’s most expensive Cornflakes.
• Keeping Cornflakes in an airtight container can make their freshness last longer. Once it is opened, it should be packaged tightly sealed and transferred into an airtight container.
• Cornflakes are not only breakfast foods but can be eaten any time of the day.
• Cornflakes can last between six-eight months after their best before dates. They do not go bad easily.
• Cornflakes is beneficial to the lungs because it contains a carotenoid that helps the lung to stay in shape to prevent lung cancer.
Note: It should be taken in moderation.
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