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Nestlé has launched a breakfast cereal in France, under the name ‘Heritage’. Aimed at the whole family, Heritage consists of flakes of wheat lightly covered in sugar.

Nestlé has launched a breakfast cereal in France, under the name ‘Heritage’. Aimed at the whole family, Heritage consists of flakes of wheat lightly covered in sugar. The cereal retails at Ffr 14.50 (£1.40).

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