Brickbat: Flaky Behavior

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Mexican officials seized 380,000 boxes of Kellogg’s cereal, claiming that images on the boxes violated a law barring marketing to children. The government claims that cartoon images and mascots are efforts to market to children. While most of the boxes were taken from a warehouse, officials also raided several retail outlets.

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