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ISO Sally's Cereal- Marshmallow Moments

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The Walmart in Etobicoke across from Sherway started carrying groceries, and I totally got hooked on Sally's Cereal, the Marshmallow Moments flavour.
http://sallyscereal.ca/our-products/m...
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. You can search here - http://sallyscereal.ca/find-our-produ...

    Strange it is only at Walmarts and liquidation places.

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    1. re: justsayn

      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.

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

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      1. re: cecilia

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

      2. 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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        1. re: duckdown

          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!

          1. re: duckdown

            "the Mrs."?

            Congrats, duckdown! ;)

          2. 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.