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My Friends Tigger & Pooh Corn Puff Cereal?
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I was shopping at Walmart the other and I went down the cereal aisle, expecting to get my usual box of Fruity Pebbles when I ran into these!

It's my Friends Tigger & Pooh cereal, a show little kid show on Disney. The cereal is produced by General Mills. I got to reading and it looks gluten-free to me. Here's the ingredients:

Whole grain corn, corn meal, sugar, modified corn starch, corn syrup, canola and/or rice brain oil, salt, tricalcium phosphate, trisodium phosphate, yellow 6. Vitamin 5 (mixed tocopherols) added to perserve freshness.

I just wanted to double-check. It seems almost too good to be true :D They taste like Captain Crunch only a little bit softer.

-Ash.

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I get this cereal too at WalMart once in a while. It is very good and inexpensive.

Make sure you look at the ingredients each time you buy it to make sure they do not change ingredients. Since it is not labeled gluten free you can get a box occasionally that may be cc, I had this happen with the Dora the Explorer one.

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