Red River Cereal is a hot cereal like no other. Red River Cereal is a porridge, or hot cereal, made of wheat, rye, and flax and is produced in Canada. Red River has a tasty, nutty flavor and is made of three whole grains - cracked spring wheat, cracked rye and whole flax.
Flax grain has good nutrition and is becoming an increasingly important food in many diets around the World today. The flax in Red River breakfast cereal is what makes it unique from other whole grain cereals. While other whole grain cereals may contain only one type of fiber, the flax in Red River cereal provides the extra benefits of both soluble and insoluble fiber.
Red River cereal is a product of Canada. It consists of wheat, rye, and flax; nothing else. It tastes great with, or without, sugar. Get creative and add nuts, fruit, yogurt, bananas or anything else you would like. A bowl of hot Red River breakfast cereal is a great way to start your day.
Posted by Dianne T on 11th Dec 2016
a couple years ago I was visiting my fav cuzin Dan in Canada--he made his Oatmeal recipe using this product and other yummy stuff. I purchased a couple boxes while in Canada--and have been almost out ..finally found this site to purchase more boxes--hooray hooray for Red River Cereal
Posted by Unknown on 10th Dec 2016
RR is different from any other hot cereal. We have beeen eating it for years.
Posted by James A Hudson on 4th Apr 2016
I ate this cereal as kid growing up in Canada (60 years ago!) and always remember it's awesome texture and taste! U nbeatable!
Posted by Mark J. Brenner on 11th Feb 2016
I first had it 40 years ago when I was in the Canadian Rockies, and fell in love with it. Steel cut Wheat, steel cut Rye, cracked and whole Flax, with a hearty nutty taste. It cooks ups quickly (5 minutes or so), and it's good re-heated, so I also make extra servings to last a few days. I have it with fresh blueberries, nuts, raisins, brown sugar or pure maple syrup, and warmed milk.....great way to start a weekend. Start off with the single 3 lb. box, but you'll be ordering in bulk after that!
Posted by Albert Martinez on 18th Jun 2015
I missed this cereal because it was no longer available at my nearby Canadian grocery.