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Mesa Sunrise® Flakes

Whole Grains
Gluten Free
Good source of ALA Omega-3
Per 30g serving
Our unique gluten-free and wheat-free medley of Indian corn, flax, and amaranth blended into crunchy, golden cereal flakes and naturally sweetened.

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Corn meal*, yellow corn flour*, evaporated cane juice*, flax*, buckwheat flour*, quinoa*, amaranth*, sea salt, tocopherols (natural vitamin E). *Organic. Produced in a facility that uses peanuts, tree nuts and soy.

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Good Crunch!
April 12th, 2017

I love the product. It is a great cereal. It is rather harder that other flakes and so gives a good crunch. Taste appeals to me. Not too sweet or sugary.

Absolutely The Best!
March 11th, 2017

The "Mesa Sunrise Flakes" are by far one of my most favorite cereals. I love the crunchy texture you get from the flakes, another wonderful thing about this cereal is it is not sweet tasting or has overpowering flavor like other cereals. I've never liked sweet foods, and I have always been this way, so finding this cereal was an absolute gem as it did not have the overpowering sweet taste like other cereals (and foods in general). This cereal has wonderful flavor (at least to me) and it still makes me very happy that the cereal does not have an overpowering sweetness. This cereal is perfect for those who are looking for a option that isn't sweet or has overpowering flavor.

Downers Grove
Wonderfully Tasty!
March 5th, 2017

The Mesa Sunrise Flakes are absolutely amazing! I love how you get the wonderful crunch from the flakes. The other thing I love about them is that they are not sweet like other cereals. This cereal is perfect for those looking for a cereal that is not sweet in taste but looking for a tasty option without the overwhelming sweet flavor.

West Dundee
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