Food for Life Ezekiel 4:9 Organic Original Cereal, 15 Pound Box
- 15-pound box
- All natural, kosher certified, organic, vegan, dairy free, yeast free, flourless;
- No conditioners, additives, artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives
- Exculsive baking prcesses to ensure proper moisture levels, texture, and maximum flavor without losing vital nutrients and important natural fiber
- Low glycemic, diabetic friendly
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Ezekiel 4:9 cereal can be enjoyed as a hot or cold breakfast cereal. the natural whole grain goodness and energy source of Ezekiel 4:9 cereal is a great way to start the day off right. Ezekiel 4:9 topped with fresh fruit also makes for a healthy snack
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Top Customer Reviews
However, when I received this 15-lb bulk version of the cereal, it arrived packed in a thin, flimsy plastic bag that could hardly be expected to endure months of handling and keep the cereal fresh. Secondly, the package contained a slip saying the shelf life of the cereal is 12 months yet it contained a stamped on expiration date of 4 months from now! So Amazon sent me a giant bulk box of cereal the was 2/3rds of the way expired, causing me to have to rush to eat it and defeating the whole purpose of buying bulk.
I wrote to Amazon about this matter, and despite their promise of a 12-hour response, they have not responded as of 5 days later. I would recommend not purchasing this cereal unless you are okay receiving bulk cereal that is relatively close to its expiration date.
Sprouted grain products are truly tasty and deserve to be more familiar to more people. They put refined grains (i. e., white flour) to shame nutritionally and unsprouted whole grains (i. e., whole wheat) to shame in terms of taste/texture. It's more expensive, but buy a box to sample first and then buy bulk afterwards, as I have.