Actually I think mixture would be a better term for dry cereal. Now cereal with milk is very close to being a suspension, because it does not take the cereal long to settle out at the bottom of your bowl when you mix it in. A solution will not settle out.
A machine applies a strong glue solution to the bottom of the box and to the sides. After the machines fill the glued box with a bag of cereal, another machine applies a weaker glue to the top flap and closes it
yes, because a solution is the "best-mixed" of all possible mixtures which consists of two or more substances that are not chemically combined. EX: if you bake cookie dough in the oven with chocolate chips they become chemically combined.
It depends because some cereal bars are actually made with cereal and a bunch of other preservatives but other cereal bars call themselves cereal bars but they don't have any cereal in them. And that's just a rip-off especially if you wanted cereal.
The noun 'cereal' is a countable noun as a word for 'types of' or 'kinds of'. example: There are too many cereals to choose from. The noun 'cereal' is an uncountable noun as a word for a food substance. Units of the substance are expressed as a lot of cereal, a bowl of cereal, a box of cereal, etc.