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I found an ad in my Living Without magazine and I have to try Perky O's cereal (looks like Cheerios without the gluten)! I am trying to avoid shipping costs but at this point that looks like my only option. Has anyone found these at their grocery with other gluten-free items? Anyone ever tried them? What flavor did you like? I think they have a plain, frosted or apple cinnamon.

Hez

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I haven't tried the perky o's for the same reason I can't find them on a store shelf.. I have tries glutino and the Heartland brands, I mixed them together. Heartland's was pretty good ......

Good Luck

mamaw

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I haven't been able to find them either. I do shop online and still can't find them at any of the places I shop. I love the Perky's Nutty Rice though.

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They have the Perky O's at this website..

http://www.allergygrocery.com/Merchant2/me...ry_Code=Cereals

The original is out of stock but you can get the frosted or cinnamon. I havent tried these but they look really good.....I have been trying to get the ceral that is like Corn Chex but it has been out of stock forever....Maybe it will hurry up and get in

Have a Blessed Day!

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JacobsMom-

I heard (I think thru this board) that they were have supply issues with the rice crunch'ems in December. I did see both the corn and the rice the other day at Whole Foods so I would try again to see if they are in stock!

Hez

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I made my travels to a gluten free store 1&1/2 hours from my home, I found the Perky o's. they come in original.frosted,raspberry,andI think cinnamon.$18.00 + for three boxes of cereal!!!!!!!!!!! I opened the frosted and the original and mixed them plus I added some of perky's nutty flax for some fiber...It really needed something to add a bit of pizzaz to it..... I think out of Glutino, Heartlands and Perky's I'll take Heartlands honey nut ones........

Just wanted to let you know they are hitting the store shelves......

mamaw

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In my today' s mail was a flyer from the gluten free trader.There now is another O's cereal called "alien O's" from the gluten free zone. I have never heard of this company. They come in cinnamon & or raspberry flavors. It looks like every company got on the band wagon on this one.....

Oh yea, oddly when I received this flyer it was postmarked from Hong Kong---the company is from Milwaukee Wi. , can anyone explain that one to me????

mamaw

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Perky O's just became available through the co-op I belong to. The introductory sale is 15% off. That works out to $3.19 a box or $19.12 for a case of 6, 10.4 ounce size.

Do they taste good? Do kids really eat them?

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so far, we like Heartland's the best.. Are brands are nice & crunchy but Glutino's stuck to my teeth and I didn't like that.......

remember there is alien, O's also.......

what choices in our gluten free world...............finally!!!!!!

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