By now, you’ve probably noticed the cereal mascottos we all know and love in our lives.
They’re a staple in any kid’s lunchbox.
And, you know, we like to think that these mascots are just a normal part of the cereal.
They look pretty cute in their cereal bowl, too.
But, as it turns out, these mascot mascots could be a bit more than that.
A new report from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reveals that these little cereal mascorns are actually highly dangerous.
The FDA is warning consumers about these mascottas, because they contain sugar.
The problem is, these products are not manufactured to be safe.
The ingredients are so dangerous that the FDA says it has to act to protect the public.
According to the FDA, these ingredients are used to make the cereals products more appealing to children.
They are added to the cereal ingredients to increase shelf life and make them more palatable.
However, the FDA claims that these ingredients can be toxic to the liver, kidneys, and pancreas.
These ingredients are also found in the popular grape nuts.
The FDA is currently looking into whether these ingredients should be allowed to be added to these cereals.
The agency said that the use of these ingredients is “not permitted for the marketing of cereals containing these ingredients, because these ingredients could have deleterious effects on the health of consumers.”
The FDA has not yet determined what exactly the potential dangers are.
The company that makes the cereal product, Cheerios, is not involved in the FDA investigation.
We’ll have to wait and see if the FDA does come to any conclusions.