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Newbie
Jan 19, 2021
27 posts
15 upvotes

Red River Cereal

What ever happened to this product? It's been missing off the grocery shelves for months.

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Deal Expert
Feb 9, 2012
18864 posts
5794 upvotes
Toronto
I think Red River cereal is still available in the States.
Maybe if enough people complain it'll be made available here once again.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it!
Deal Addict
Nov 12, 2006
2460 posts
1541 upvotes
London
I always liked it, and have a tiny bit left. (might be stale by now)
Sad that a product that originated in Canada and is named for a Canadian river, is no longer sold in Canada.
Deal Fanatic
Oct 7, 2007
9076 posts
4946 upvotes
You're kidding. I am sure I saw it at my local grocery store. I'll have to watch for it next time I shop. I have also bought this on Amazon before. Although, I preferred the older recipe. Since they changed production to the U.S., the cereal doesn't produce the same texture after cooking. I would still buy it though and mix it with bulk 12-grain which no store has sold since the pandemic. :(
Deal Guru
Nov 15, 2008
11727 posts
6619 upvotes
Try Rogers Porridge Oats and Ancient Grains, which is similar in flavour but rolled not cut. Oat flakes, rye flakes, barley flakes, spelt flakes, khorasan flakes, oat bran, millet, flaxseed, quinoa flakes. I give it 25 minutes in a rice steamer (10 minutes for warm-up & 15 minutes cooking time with 1:1 water) with an extra scoop of flax seeds. https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/rogers-por ... 0197051963

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