A teacher in Canada has had a huge surprise when he opened box of cereal that contained a message inside. Two months ago, Kellogg’s factory in London, Ontario, produced its last box of cereal. Professor Stephen Gaudette was the one who bought it. How does he know it? It was written on the plastic bag inside the cereal box. The message read: ‘This is the very last bag of Canadian cereal for the Canadian market from Kellogg’s London, Ontario plant,’ and was signed by three men who worked at the factory more than 20 years. Also, the bag was stained with tears, a painful reminder of how many people lost their jobs when the plant closed.