Why did they stop making Grape Nut Flakes?

The Great Grape-Nuts Shortage of 2021 is officially over. After months of being out of stock, the cereal is shipping at full capacity to stores nationwide, parent company Post Consumer Brands told USA TODAY exclusively. The shortage hit amid the coronavirus pandemic and production issues.

Has Post Grape Nut Flakes been discontinued?

A COVID-19-related shortage has Grape-Nuts faithful missing that familiar crunch of their favorite breakfast cereal. The brand, which is owned by Post Holdings, confirmed the shortage to USA TODAY on Wednesday but said there were “absolutely no plans to discontinue Grape-Nuts cereal.”

How do you soften Grape-Nuts?

“I soften some Grape-Nuts cereal in a 1:1 ratio with whole milk, let it soak for a couple of hours, and then smoosh it into some Trader Joe’s Vanilla Ice Cream.

Are Grape Nut Flakes healthy?

Grape Nuts are one of the healthiest cereals you can find. They do not contain any added sugar and are made with only four simple ingredients: whole-grain wheat flour, malted barley flour, salt and dried yeast. You can also make your own Grape Nuts, using almond and coconut flour instead of wheat flour.

Why can’t I find Grape Nut Flakes cereal?

Supply-chain constraints and higher demand for the cereal amid the pandemic have led to shortages of the product, Kristin DeRock, Grape-Nuts brand manager for the cereal company Post Consumer Brands, said in a statement on Friday.

Are Grape Nut Flakes still available?

Grape-Nuts cereal is officially back shipping at full capacity to stores nationwide, bringing the Great Grape-Nuts Shortage of 2021 to an end. Fans should be able to find Grape-Nuts in stores now or soon, but exact timing of on-shelf availability may vary by retailer.

Why are Grape-Nuts so hard?

“Grape-Nuts is made using a proprietary technology and a production process that isn’t easily replicated, which has made it more difficult to shift production to meet demand during this time,” Grape-Nuts Brand Manager Kristin DeRock told the New York Times.

What is the best way to eat Grape-Nuts?

Crunchy, filling, tasty, versatile, and good for you! No guilt after eating this hearty bowl of goodness. It can be enjoyed cold, with dairy or nut milk, but I also like it hot from time to time.

What cereal is most like Grape-Nuts Flakes?

Substitute For Grape Nuts Equal amounts of All Bran cereal or All Bran Buds, both are similar in that they are high carbohydrate and high fiber but they do contain sugar. OR – For making bran muffins you can use any bran flake cereal.

Can you still buy Grape Nut cereal?