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Organic Weetabix Whole Grain Biscuit

Organic Weetabix Whole Grain Biscuit From: Barbara's Bakery

This cereal dates back to 1932. This page represents the product as it is available in the U.S. where it is produced by Barbara's Bakery. To learn more about this cereal's extensive history, visit our main page for Weetabix cereal, sometimes referred to as Original Weetabix Cereal.

In 2011, there were three Weetabix cereals readily available in the U.S. (according to the Barbara's Bakery website): this cereal, Organic Weetabix Crispy Flakes and Organic Wheetabix Crispy Flakes & Fiber.

Company Description: According to the brand's website, Barbara's Bakery started in 1971 when a 17-year-old girl named Barbara opened a small organic bakery in Northern California. The bakery transformed from a storefront operation to a wholesale business. In 1986, Barbara's Bakery was acquired... Read on and see all cereals from Barbara's Bakery

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I'm looking for recipes to use up this cereal because I don't like the flavor of it, but I don't want to waste it.

Comment submitted: 1/27/2010 (#1305)

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