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cornflakes Breakfast cereal made from maize, often enriched with vitamins. A 40‐g portion of enriched cornflakes is a rich source of vitamins B2, B6, B12, niacin, and folate; a good source of vitamin B1 and iron; provides 4.4 g of dietary fibre; supplies 145 kcal (610 kJ).

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cornflakes

corn·flakes / ˈkôrnˌflāks/ • pl. n. a breakfast cereal consisting of toasted flakes made from corn.

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