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Hannah-Marie Clayton with her dad Jim at their home in Bournemouth, Dorset.<br />
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A schoolgirl has forced Kelloggs to change its 'sexist' wording on packets of Coco Pops after writing to the cereal giant to complain.<br />
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Hannah-Marie Clayton, 10, objected to the slogan 'Loved by kids, approved by mums' on the boxes of the chocolate cereal.<br />
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So she fired off a letter to Kellogs saying she found the phrase 'sexist' and pointed out her dad James often makes her breakfast as mum, Anne-Marie, sometimes works away.<br />
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Kelloggs has since replied to confirm they will be altering the wording on the boxes.