Sunday, 5 February 2012

Dorset Cereals Walks The Red Carpet At This Year's Oscars

Stars are in for a treat when they open their goody bags at this year's Oscars on February 24. For among the ipods, Macbook Airs, jewellery, clothes and even diamonds in their glittering swag bags, Oscar nominees from George Clooney to Meryl Streep will find Dorset Cereals award-winning mueslis, complete with bowl and spoon, awaiting them in the gifting suites.

Recently voted Britain's favourite breakfast cereal (As quoted by Marketing Week in a study by Nunwood, the customer experience specialist,) Dorset Cereals was specially selected to be part of the Official 2012 GBK's Gift Lounge in Honour of Oscars. Mandy Cooper, Head of Communications at Dorset Cereals, comments: "When GBK contacted us about being part of the Gift Lounge at the Oscars we were tickled pink. As a little company from Dorset, England, it is a huge privilege to be selected to be in front of so many A-list celebrities, not to mention a wealth of other well-established brands".

Hello from Dorset........

"We make all our breakfast cereals at Poundbury in Dorset which is the unique village inspired and created by HRH The Prince of Wales. Mueslis, Granolas, Porridges, Tasty Fruit and Fibre, Tasty Low Fat Flakes and Cereal Bars are all made to recipes which are packed with goodness. For recipes, photos, competitions to win lovely stuff and news about simple pleasures go to

Since 2006, Dorset Cereals has been awarded numerous Gold medals for taste, design and packaging which reflect the uncompromising dedication the Company has to making premium cereals. The Company was voted runner-up in Sainsbury's Magazine's 2010 Brand of the Decade. They were also nominated as one of the UK's top 500 Cool Brands 2010/11.

Dorset Cereals supports local The Woodland Trust and has paid for 8,000 trees, which will be planted over two years by people across the UK in their local areas as part of the 'More Trees, More Good' campaign. In December 2010 they planted their own woodland of 500 trees near their factory at Poundbury Dorset.

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