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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.

Back in the day, I wrote and called and did everything but headstands wtih the company.

I was told that when GM or Nabisco or whoever (I forget, it's been so long) bought out Post, the new company dropped Oat Flakes.

Let's face it, some products are just WICKED AWESOME and this is one of them. I too thought that Post Fortified Oat Flakes were the cat's meow. I loved them too, they were my favorite cereal as a kid. All the current oak flake types have other flavors added like cinnamon, yuck. I called Post YEARS ago to inquire about them and they said they had gone into retirement, but that's not to say that they couldn't possibly start them up again some day, so home springs eternal. Here's the response I received today: Hi, Thank you for visiting and for your interest in POST, Oat Flakes.

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.

I bet if the demand were great enough they would reconsider, since money talks.

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.Life has never the same without Post Fortified Oat Flakes. I have been looking for it for years, until I found this website. As kids we couldnt get Mom to buy it frequently enough because we finished the box the First morning we had it.She would then buy Wheaties or Cheerios and they would last for 2 months. That's what my 4 children called them when they were too little to say "Fortified Oat Flakes" and do we ever miss them.I was the only one in my family that ate this cereal. The ultimate bowl for me was Oat Flakes with about 1/2 cup of Grape Nuts on it - what a combo!! Bring back those best oat flakes that will ever be made!!! Wow, I don't think I am misunderstood when I say you all sound like my own mind echoing. After reading the Kraft comments, I feel like a father who gets "closure" after DNA tests verify that a body dug up was his son who was missing for the last 15 years.the Honey Bunches of Oats cereal has a hint of that great Oat Flakes taste but only a hint, and it's too sweet. I've spoken to friends and coworkers for decades about that great cereal. I looked at some oat clusters, they were 30% sugar, beside the regular carbs. So, Ralcorp, not only would I buy a premium box of FOF, I won't be buying anything else. Sure, I strongly suspected the truth, but there was always just a shred of hope ...

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.Life has never the same without Post Fortified Oat Flakes. I have been looking for it for years, until I found this website. As kids we couldnt get Mom to buy it frequently enough because we finished the box the First morning we had it.She would then buy Wheaties or Cheerios and they would last for 2 months. That's what my 4 children called them when they were too little to say "Fortified Oat Flakes" and do we ever miss them.I was the only one in my family that ate this cereal. The ultimate bowl for me was Oat Flakes with about 1/2 cup of Grape Nuts on it - what a combo!! Bring back those best oat flakes that will ever be made!!! Wow, I don't think I am misunderstood when I say you all sound like my own mind echoing. After reading the Kraft comments, I feel like a father who gets "closure" after DNA tests verify that a body dug up was his son who was missing for the last 15 years.the Honey Bunches of Oats cereal has a hint of that great Oat Flakes taste but only a hint, and it's too sweet. I've spoken to friends and coworkers for decades about that great cereal. I looked at some oat clusters, they were 30% sugar, beside the regular carbs. So, Ralcorp, not only would I buy a premium box of FOF, I won't be buying anything else. Sure, I strongly suspected the truth, but there was always just a shred of hope ...Kim Mc Miller Associate Director, Consumer Relations Post is being acquired by Ralcorp. This is our best chance at getting this product back!