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I absolutely loved this stuff but evidently the Post company doesn't manufacture it any more. After eating Post Fortified Oat Flakes™, you don't really want any other common brands of cereal. if you go to the "organic food" section in your grocery store (as opposed to all those other sections with food made out of silicon compounds) you can find way-expensive oat flakes that are just as good! I loved Fortified Oat Flakes too and keep looking for them.Actually better; bigger crisper flakes, plus guaranteed no dioxin. Also do you remember the little box of Concentrate cereal? It was maybe a 6 oz box covered in shiny foil and had tiny flakes. I will look in the organic isles from now on especially for Oat Flakes.I, too, will join in this search for the Holy Gruel. I raised my 3 children on it and they loved it also. I have dreams of finding it in the cereal island also and look everytime I shop for ceral. So I'm not the only one lusting for Fortified Oak Flakes! I'll make sure to forward your information onto the appropriate staff.I ate a lot of it about 1973 /- and last saw a box in Feb. Thanks for the tips about Toasted Oat Flakes and Oat Bran Flakes. :(Ever since I arrived in the USA (back in the late 60s) POST brand OAT FLAKES was my favorite. I had it for breakfast, took a bowlful to my place of work and would pour milk and eat it at noon, and certainly would not retire to bed without a large bowl of it with whole milk - mmm how delicious was it!! I wonder why such a high quality, nourishing and TASTY product was discontinued! That's what I wanted to say myself when I ran across your comment. I've been hanging on to a "no expiration date" coupon for years (and I really mean yeeeaaarrrs) taking it out every once and a while and searching the stores. This time I was wondering If I should bother keeping it. Again, thanks for contacting us, and I hope you'll continue to enjoy our products.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.Don't listen to those creeps who tell you "But it's the dioxin that gives them that special flavor! You only needed a small amount cuz it was "concentrated" plus it had lots of iron. I was eating a bowl of Life for supper tonight..lol, and I was recalling that sweet taste of fortified oats, I got online just to see if I could order a case..To my surprise and dissapointment I am unable to get that little box of Post flakes that made my day back in the 90's....
It's a brand called '365' and the name of the cereal is Oat Bran Flakes.
Keep on top of this merger and as soon as it's official start e-mailing Ralcorp. Maybe we can convince the new owners to listen to us!!
Don't you just love the internet for solving big issues such as finding a substitute for Fortified Oat Flakes??!!
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?