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18 oz / $0.30 per oz
Whether you like your cereal first thing in the morning, before bed, or as a reward after that 2 PM conference call, this classic blend of hearty oats, tangy nuts, and sweet fruits will hit the spot.
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According to experts on this Swiss cereal, before it was the bread and butter of breakfast tables, muesli was meant to be a bread and butter-type starter. Considering its unparalleled blend of full-bodied grains and oats, bursts of date-and-raisin sweetness, and almonds' textured crunch, we’re seriously considering bringing the “muesli with every meal” idea back into style.
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How it does good
Inspired by the past, looking to the future
Wheat has been a staple since the early days of civilization, and stone-milling didn't come far behind, rising to prominence in Ancient Rome. While much of modern flour production uses high-temperature roller mills to speed up the manufacturing process, Bob’s Red Mill thinks, “If it’s not broke, don’t fix it,” committing to a slow, steady, stone-milling process that maintains flavor, texture, and nutrients. Their commitment to time-tested techniques makes them a household name in health food, but it doesn’t mean they’re stuck in the past. They’re breaking tradition with non-GMO ingredients; an expansive catalogue of gluten- and allergen-free, and vegan products; and a groundbreaking Employee Stock Ownership Plan. They also support social justice through the NAACP.
supporting key causes
Bob's Red Mill supports No Kid Hungry and Oregon Food Bank, donating funds and food to address food insecurity in their community and beyond. They've also founded multiple research centers, including The Moore Family Center for Whole Grain Foods, Nutrition and Preventive Health at Oregon State University, which work to study and enhance the health impacts of nutrition and food education.Learn More
Only 8,000 businesses in the USA are 100% employee-owned, and Bob's Red Mill is proud to be one of them. They're committed to sourcing everything they can from organic, non-GMO producers in North America.Learn More
low carbon footprint
Bob’s Red Mill uses on-site renewable energy with a 120 kW solar system, and they have partnered with Energy Trust of Oregon to improve energy efficiency in their operations. They also upcycle rescued mill scrap as local animal feed.Learn More
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About the Brand
Bob's Red Mill
Bob and Charlee met on a blind date in 1952. It was Charlee who first inspired the couple’s whole grain adventure when she decided to create a healthier life for her family by feeding them wholesome, natural foods and whole grains. Charlee was a fixture in the original Bob’s Red Mill store and took on many roles in the early days, including packaging products by hand. Bob immersed himself in the ancient art of stone milling, researching historic mills and contacting dozens of people and companies in his quest to locate millstones and other flour-making equipment.Shop Brand
*How to use
This satisfying cereal, reminiscent of Old Europe, makes a delightful batch of chocolate chip cookies-with-a-twist.
What People Are Saying
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This is excellent. Not overly sweet. Just right. I soak it in a cereal bowl of coconut soy milk for 20 minutes before eating it cold.
Bobs red mill muesli
This is the best clean muesli with no sugar added. Yes you can make your own but if you don’t have the time or inclination to do so then this is the best.
Oats, raisins, some pseudo milk, dinner. What's not to love?