by Eric Schroeder In 2014, when sales of breakfast cereals dropped for the fourth year in a row, yogurt sales exceeded $7 billion. BOSTON - As consumer eating patterns change, ready-to-eat (R.-T.-E.) breakfast cereal sales are taking a hit and more breakfast alternatives are coming into play, according to a new report from Lux Research, a Boston-based market research provider.
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