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I can't believe that so many other people miss that cereal as much as I do. it was sweet/salty/wheaty with a pleasant aftertaste.I've spent years looking for an acceptable substitute for good old fortified oat flakes, but, sadly, nothing even comes close. If you didn't eat them quickly, they absorbed the milk and turned into a gooey clump in the bowl - that still tasted good. When I heard the big, bad food manufacturer was discontinuing production, i was down.I've found it at health food/organic food stores such as Whole Foods and Wild Oats. Trader Joe's is now in Ohio so I will have to try Toasted Oatmeal Flakes that other people have recommended and do my own taste test.Maybe if they didn't have such a stodgy name they would have caught on. I still scour stores trying to dind something without all the sugary cluster junk that oat flake cereals seem to have now.Once this decision is made, we stop making the product and the remaining supply is shipped from our warehouse to the grocery stores.
And we always said it in full, oddly enough "Post Fortified Oat Flakes, please." I thought surely, I'll find some "Hometown Favorites" group where I could order it at a box as a surprise for the next time we all get together. I have been looking for it since they took it off the market. We always like to acknowledge when our consumers provide us with information that can help us serve you better.
I bet if the demand were great enough they would reconsider, since money talks.
Anyone have any bright ideas on what we could/should all do?
Kim Mc Miller Associate Director, Consumer Relations Post is being acquired by Ralcorp. This is our best chance at getting this product back!
Kraft Foods ruined the brand and ran it into the ground, but perhaps we can hope for a revival of Post.