GENERAL MILLS COMPANY
How can I contact General Mills?
Our world headquarters is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. We have plants, mills and
regional offices worldwide.
You can call General Mills at 763-764-7600. If you prefer to wr
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permission for the (multi-million pound; multim
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I. Revise each sentence below to eliminate There and It openers and needless
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