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September 27, 2006

Anybody Want Some Barbara's SoyEssence Cereal?

About four years ago, Consumer Reports rated breakfast cereals, and the one they top-rated was something called Organic SoyEssence from Barbara's Bakery. I like the cereal, it has 5 g of fiber and 3.5 g of protein per serving, a nutty crunchy goodness with a flavor all its own, etc. The local QFC sold the cereal, but right after the article came out they somewhat inexplicably stopped carrying it. When I asked, they said that Barbara's stopped making it.

This is not true; they still make it. But it does seem to have disappeared from local supermarkets. Anyway I found this place called Natural Resources (in Sebastapol, CA, home of O'Reilly) which will sell it to me, but only by the case (12 boxes). With shipping it winds up being about $5 per box. Although I will eventually work my way through a case, I figure if anybody wants a box I can sell you one of mine (or at least I can do so for about the first six people who want one). SO, if you are interested in a box for $5, and you can present yourself at my office in Building 21 at an agreed upon time, let me know.

Posted by AdamBa at September 27, 2006 12:44 AM

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