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Posted on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 at 10:35 am
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Mom’s Best knows that good days begin with a good breakfast. That’s why they produce tasty cereals in a variety of flavors with all-natural ingredients. Mom’s Best dry cereals and oatmeals are free of artificial flavors, preservatives, hydrogenated oils and high fructose corn syrup. They are committed to preserving the environment and utilize renewable wind energy to power their manufacturing plant. Mom’s Best produces 11 delicious varieties of dry cereal and 6 flavors of oatmeal. You can also find organic varieties of some of their cereals.

Visit the Mom’s Best website for information on where you can find any of their delicious products in a store near you. Mom’s best cereals range in price from around $4.00 to around $6.00 for a single box. Boxes of oatmeal average around $3 to $4.00 for a box of 6 pouches of oatmeal. Prices may vary depending on individual stores. Mom’s Best operates out of Lakeville, Minnesota.

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