Oct 26, 2017
Kellogg's sorry for 'racist' cereal box
Cereal giant Kellogg's has apologised after it was accused of "Teaching racism" on one of its cereal boxes. It's after a complaint about the pictures on the front of the Corn Pops box which shows yellow characters having fun and a brown character scrubbing the floor. Author Saladin Ahmed tweeted the company saying it is "Teaching kids racism". Kellogg's then replied saying they have updated the artwork. Saladin later tweeted to say he "Genuinely appreciated" the quick response from the company.
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