Post Honey Bunches of Oats
Released January, 1989
The Pros:Excellent blend of flakes, nuts and honey. Good level of sweetness - sweet but not that sweet. Available in many varieties.
The Cons:Fairly expensive compared to staples Cheerios, Corn Flakes, etc. Found a disgusting worm in my box. Sells out quickly when on sale.
Honey Bunches of Oats is a cereal made by Post introduced in 1989 after three years of development. It is comprised of three kinds of flakes and oat clusters with a hint of honey, and comes in several varieties that add either fruit or almonds to the mix
- Honey Roasted
- with Almonds
- with Real Strawberries
- with Real Peaches
- with Real Bananas (discontinued)
- with Cinnamon Clusters
- with Vanilla Clusters
- with Chocolate Clusters
- Organic Honey Roasted (discontinued)
- (new) Just Bunches Honey Roasted
- (new) Just Bunches Caramel
Corn, whole grain wheat, sugar, whole grain rolled oats, brown sugar, vegetable oil (canola or sunflower oil), rice flour, wheat flour, malted barley flour, salt, rice, corn syrup, whey (from milk), honey, malted corn and barley syrup, caramel color, artificial flavor, annato extract (color)
Honey Bunches once contained partially-hydrogenated vegetable oil, but sometime in the past few years a switch has been made over to regular oil.
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User Reviews (7)
excellent blend of flakes, nuts and honey
good level of sweetness - sweet but not that sweet
available in many varieties
available in a good variety of sizes
fairly expensive compared to staples Cheerios, Corn Flakes, etc.
Found a disgusting worm in my box
sells out quickly when on sale
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