According to Mashable either though legal misunderstanding or media backlash: A rep for General Mills, though, now says those communities don't include Facebook. Those who join one of the online communities are required to use informal negotiation via email or go through arbitration — rather than the courts — to seek relief if they have a dispute with the company. A General Mills rep offered the following statement from the company:While it rarely happens, arbitration is an efficient way to resolve disputes — and many companies take a similar approach. We even cover the cost of arbitration in most cases. So this is just a policy update, and we’ve tried to communicate in a clear and visible way.
(Law experts contacted by Mashable say they believe General Mills is the first food company to require consumers to enter into such an agreement) Read more: http://www.killingmycareer.com/uncategorized/general-mills-showing-people-how-not-to-like-their-comp...Here are a list of General Mills Products: