I haven't found its equal, but if there's a Trader Joe's near you try their Toasted Oatmeal Flakes. I even tried to find a contact us spot to request them on the Post website, but no luck I'd GIVE anything for a room full! The closest I've found are at Whole Foods (and some other similar stores) and come in a large green and clear bag, but they're grainier than FOFs. I spent many disappointed moments looking over box after box in the ceral aisles to try to find them under any other name. It's great to hear from consumers who are looking for our products because it lets us know how much you enjoy them.My mom and I are sitting here wondering if we could get some so I logged on to find a few select group of FOF lovers... Part of the charm of FOFs I thought was that they were so light and crispy. The tough part comes when we have to share the news that the product you're trying to find has been discontinued, as you are aware.It's a brand called '365' and the name of the cereal is Oat Bran Flakes.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.
I found a good cereal recently that is a very close runner up.
If products don't seem to be popular with our consumers, and demand starts to drop, a decision is made to discontinue the item.
Once this decision is made, we stop making the product and the remaining supply is shipped from our warehouse to the grocery stores.
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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.