June 3, 2009 --One food maker is trying to make its line of cereals healthier. Kellogg says it plans to add more fiber to most of the cereals it markets.
By next year, 80 percent of Kellogg brand cereals will have at least 3 grams of fiber per serving. Other food companies are also adding fiber their products.
It follows pressure from both consumers and lawmakers to improve food quality.