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ISO Sally's Cereal- Marshmallow Moments

rosieintoronto Jan 6, 2013 08:34 PM

The Walmart in Etobicoke across from Sherway started carrying groceries, and I totally got hooked on Sally's Cereal, the Marshmallow Moments flavour.
I don't eat breakfast, cereal is a total snack for me, which makes me feel better about eating dehydrated marshmallows as an adult. Anyway the last few times I went to pick it up, all the other flavours are there, but no Marshmallow Moments. I bought the Choco Crisps to tide me over but I want my marshmallows. I'm starting to panic. Does anyone know where else I can buy it? I can't start buying Lucky Charms now, I feel ridiculous. Sally's Cereal is a proper grown-up cereal (but filled with marshmallows.) Thanks!


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  1. justsayn RE: rosieintoronto Jan 6, 2013 08:44 PM

    You can search here - http://sallyscereal.ca/find-our-produ...

    Strange it is only at Walmarts and liquidation places.

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      rosieintoronto RE: justsayn Jan 6, 2013 08:52 PM

      THANKS! Will try the Big Lots in Mississauga. I find it strange too, I read an article that this cereal is hugely popular in the US and I can see it doing really well here; other than Kashi which is really expensive there isn't a huge selection of affordable "grown up" cereals. I just won't pay $6 for a box of Kashi. Sally's is about $3.50 and I love that it comes in a bag, not a box.

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      cecilia RE: rosieintoronto Jan 7, 2013 06:23 AM

      Just saw lots last night at the Walmart at St. Clair and Runnymede.

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      1. re: cecilia
        rosieintoronto RE: cecilia Jan 8, 2013 07:53 PM

        I'm restocked! This Walmart is so much better than the one on North Queen.

      2. duckdown RE: rosieintoronto Jan 9, 2013 12:37 PM

        Me and the Mrs. love cereal, even the childish ones with kiddie flavorings and marshmallows. What can I say, we're kids at heart..

        What does this stuff cost? The description sounds good

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          rosieintoronto RE: duckdown Jan 9, 2013 03:44 PM

          It's under $4 for a nice big bag! $3.47 I think? That's what caught my eye initially... I'm a frugal gal and I find good cereals can be so expensive!

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            Wahooty RE: duckdown Jan 9, 2013 08:22 PM

            "the Mrs."?

            Congrats, duckdown! ;)

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            barneyvernon RE: rosieintoronto Jan 9, 2013 01:40 PM

            Sally's instant oatmeal is really good, too. I get it for $1.99 for a 6-pack at Loblaws. You can prepare in the microwave but it is much better done on the stove, let simmer for 5 min. Lovely.

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