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    Bakery On Main Introduces an Unsweetened Addition to their Organic Oats & Happiness Oatmeal Cups Line

      New Certified Organic & Gluten-Free Unsweetened, Oats & Ancient Grains Oatmeal Cup with Probiotics

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    Celiac.com 02/26/2019 - Mornings are busy, so grabbing a Bakery On Main Organic Oats & Happiness Oatmeal Cup can deliciously kick-start your day into gear. Quick and convenient, while still warm and comforting… what better way to ring in the morning? That's easy. Grab Bakery On Main's New Oats & Ancient Grains oatmeal cup. This unsweetened cup can be enjoyed as-is or you can get combination creative with mix-ins so that it's uniquely yours, every time you enjoy it. 

    Bakery On Main's wholesome Oats & Ancient Grains oatmeal cup is a perfect combination of organic whole grain oats, organic amaranth, organic quinoa, organic chia seeds, and organic flax seeds. It offers 50g of whole grains per serving and probiotic cultures to support immune health. With 580mg of ALA (36% of the 1.6% daily value for ALA), this new Oats & Ancient Grains oatmeal cup is an excellent source of ALA. It is also an excellent source of Fiber with only 4.5g of Fat per one serving.  

    Inspired by Founder and President Michael Smulders' passion for creating clean and wholesome products that taste delicious, Bakery On Main's Organic Oats & Happiness oatmeal cup fits right in with the Bakery On Main family of products. Everything Bakery On Main offers is third-party certified gluten-free, NON-GMO Project Verified, OU Kosher, vegetarian with many vegan options, certified organic for many items, and everything is made in Bakery On Main's dedicated gluten-free facility. Created by a fiercely ethical company that prides itself on making products that consumers can trust and enjoy, this new oatmeal cup addition is sure to not disappoint. 

    From Michael Smulders, "Bakery On Main strives to always offer the highest quality products and our Organic Oats & Ancient Grains oatmeal cup is no exception. With no sugar, premium organic grains, and the addition of beneficial probiotics, consumers can feel good adding this into their breakfast routine."

    Bakery On Main's new Oats & Ancient Grains oatmeal cup is loaded with wholesome and clean ingredients. The convenient, single serve cup packaging and easy preparation by simply filling with water, microwaving, and stirring, or by simply adding boiling water, makes these cups perfect for home or on-the-go. It is currently rolling out at retailers across the country and immediately online on BakeryOnMain.com for a suggested retail price of $2.49 per single 1.9oz oatmeal cup. 

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