Bob's Red Mill debuts organic oatmeal cups

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Bob's Red Mill organic oatmeal cups
Bob's Red Mill is introducing organic oatmeal cups in four varieties.
 

PORTLAND, ORE. —  Bob’s Red Mill is expanding its line of oatmeal cups to include organic options. The new U.S.D.A. certified organic oatmeal cups are made with gluten-free ingredients, including whole grain rolled oats and stone-ground Scottish-style oats, and contain seven grams of protein or more per serving.

Bob Moore, Bob's Red Mill
Bob Moore, founder, president and c.e.o. of Bob’s Red Mill

“More and more health-conscious folks are looking to add foods with wholesome ingredients to their diets so they can feel good about what they’re eating,” said Bob Moore, founder, president and chief executive officer of Bob’s Red Mill. “They asked, and we listened. Our new organic oatmeal cups make it easy for all people to enjoy our tasty whole grain oatmeal on the go, regardless of special dietary needs.”

Bob’s Red Mill’s organic oatmeal cups retail for $2.79 per cup and are available in four varieties.

Bob’s Red Mill organic classic oatmeal cup

The organic classic oatmeal cup features a blend of whole grain oats, flaxseeds and chia seeds with a pinch of sea salt.

 

 

 

Bob’s Red Mill organic cranberry orange oatmeal cup

The organic cranberry orange oatmeal cup is a blend of whole grain oats, cranberries, orange, slivered almonds, flax seeds and chia seeds sweetened with cane sugar.

 

Bob’s Red Millorganic fruit and seed oatmeal cup

The organic fruit and seed oatmeal cup is a combination of whole grain oats, dates, raisins, cranberries, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, flaxseeds and chia seeds sweetened with cane sugar.

 

Bob’s Red Mill organic pineapple coconut oatmeal cup

The organic pineapple coconut oatmeal cup is a tropical blend of whole grain oats, pineapple pieces, toasted coconut, flaxseeds and chia seeds sweetened with cane sugar.

 

Bob’s Red Mill created the new organic oatmeal cups to meet consumer demand for convenient, delicious and healthy breakfast options, the company said.

Matthew Cox, Bob's Red Mill
Matthew Cox, vice-president of marketing for Bob’s Red Mill
“Organic products have shifted from being a lifestyle choice for a small share of consumers to being a mainstream buying habit for many Americans, and we wanted to take the extra step to meet that demand,” said Matthew Cox, vice-president of marketing for Bob’s Red Mill. “Using wholesome ingredients has always been a core value of Bob’s Red Mill, and we’re excited to continue expanding our line of healthy breakfast options for every dietary need.” 
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