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Muesli fuels Buffalo native’s growing food business (access required)

Mixture of grains, fruits and nuts proves popular among grocery shoppers

Ian Szalinski first discovered muesli while at a snowboarding competition in Switzerland. Now, he has his own muesli company. Muesli is a type of cereal consisting of whole grains, dried fruits, nuts and seeds. It’s a versatile meal and can be eaten cold soaked in milk, water or juice or added to yogurt or fruit salads. ...

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