Just thought I'd share this with you as I was amazed. A Dutch consumer show that investigates food ingredients discovered that there are actual bits of iron in Kelloggs cornflakes. As in if you hold a magnet to a bowl of cornflakes, you can actually draw out bits of iron. Now apparently adding iron in any consistency or form to food that you're going to eat in a combination with dairy is pointless to start off with as dairy will win the battle to be accepted in your bloodstream every time (the best way of consuming iron is by drinking orange juice apparently) but ACTUAL BITS OF IRON! In your food! As in get out a couple of rusty nails and scrape bits of iron off into your breakfast! How bloody weird is that. Oh it can apparently damage your teeth as well. Anyone else discover weird ingredients in food, list them in this thread, as we consumers need to know!