Questions & Answers
Customers Most Frequently Asked Questions:
Does Post use glyphosate?
Post does not add glyphosate during any part of our production process. However, glyphosate is sometimes used by farmers across the agricultural industry who apply it to grains such as wheat and oats pre-harvest. Once the grains are transported to us, we put them through rigorous quality, food safety and manufacturing processes to make our breakfast cereals. Any levels of glyphosate that may remain after thoroughly cleaning and removing the outer hull are well within compliance of the safety standards set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the European Commission as safe for human consumption.
We proudly stand by the safety and quality of all of our products, but provide this in an effort to inform consumers interested in this issue.
What is your allergy labeling policy?
We understand and share the concerns expressed by consumers who are affected by food allergies. Food allergic consumers should rely on our package ingredient labels for the most accurate information on a product. If a product contains any of the FDA major eight allergens (eggs, milk, peanut, tree nut, fish, shellfish, soy and wheat), it will be clearly listed in bold print in the ingredient declaration on the Nutrition Facts Panel.
Are your cereal products Kosher certified?
Many of our cereal products are Kosher certified. You can search for current Kosher certified products by using our product filter.
Additionally, if the product you are interested in is Kosher certified, its packaging will reflect its certification status and category. Kosher certifications may change over time, so the best way to determine a product’s Kosher status is to look at the front of the package. Our product packages will always reflect the most current information.
Does Post Consumer Brands have any gluten free products?
You can search for current gluten free products by using our product filter.
Currently, our gluten free items include:
Malt-O-Meal® Brand: Fruity Dyno-Bites, Cocoa Dyno-Bites, Crispy Rice
Mom’s Best® Brand: Crispy Cocoa Rice, Safari Cocoa Crunch
Post® Brand: Fruity Pebbles, Cocoa Pebbles, Cinnamon Pebbles, Honey Bunches of Oats Chocolate
Consumers should read the ingredient statement each time they purchase a product to ensure no changes have occurred. Please look for the ‘Gluten Free’ burst on packages at your favorite stores.
What is the best way to store your cereal products?
We recommend that you keep our cereals tightly closed, in a cool, dry place.
Is it safe to eat your cereal when it has passed its ‘Best if Used By’ date?
Yes, it is safe, but since the flavor will change as the product ages, we recommend that you purchase a new package.
How do I read the code date on my Post Consumer Brands cereal package?
All Post Consumer Brands cereals have a code (or “Best When Used By”) date on the package. For example, if the code date reads “MAR 03 17,” the corresponding “use by” date is March 3, 2017. The product should not be used after this date.
By referring to the Best If Used By date you can be sure the product you’ve chosen is at peak freshness at the time of purchase and for a reasonable period of time thereafter, when stored unopened in a cool, dry place.
Has my favorite Post Consumer Brand’s product been discontinued?
Don’t see the Brand and flavor combination you were looking for? View a list of our discontinued products.
How do I find Post Consumer Brands products in my community?
Visit our Store Locator and do a search in your neighborhood.
How do I ask my favorite grocery store to carry Post Consumer Brands cereals?
Call or write to the manager at your favorite grocery store and request they carry Post Consumer Brands Products.
How can I find Post Consumer Brands recipes?
The recipes section of this site features tasty recipes that are made with products from a variety of our brands.
Do you offer coupons to your consumers? How often?
While we offer coupons periodically on our websites and through promotional activities, offers are not unlimited and only available while supplies last.
Our primary method of offering consumers increased value remains keeping our products at everyday low prices. Check with your local stores for additional store offers or special discounts. We hope that you continue to enjoy the everyday savings and quality of our products.
Where can I find Post Holdings Inc. investor information?
View the Investor Relations
Does Post Consumer Brands offer tours of its plants or manufacturing facilities?
Unfortunately, for both safety and security reasons, we are unable to offer plant tours.
Will Post Consumer Brands make a product or monetary donation to an individual or organization?
Each year, Post Consumer Brands receives requests for donations of products and financial support. While we would like to contribute to every worthy cause, our funding is limited to organizations that support the interests of children and families in the communities where our employees work and live.
Post Consumer Brands does not fulfill individual requests for product donations.
You seem like a cool place. Do you have any job openings?
We have locations across the country, and our opportunities change often, but if you are willing to work hard and want to feel free to be your best, click here for your next opportunity.
I love your brands, where can I learn more about your company?
We love that you love us, and we’d love to tell you more. Click here to learn more about our company, culture and how we like to make better happen every day.
I would love to know all of the brands you offer. What are they?
If our brands look familiar, it’s because you may love one now, may have loved one as a kid, and maybe your grandma loved one as a kid. There is a lot of tradition here. Take a look.
Can you give me some background on the history of Post Consumer Brands?
We are born from a pair of companies that saw the turn of the century, and the century before that. People were enjoying our Grape-Nuts cereal in 1897. Our Malt-O-Meal brand bagged cereals have already saved families more than $1.5 billion. And that’s just some of what we do before you’ve finished breakfast. Learn more about our Post Consumer Brands story.