Kellogg's All-Bran Bran Buds, 17.7-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 4)

List Price: $24.81

Our Price: $24.81

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  • Case of four 17.7-ounce boxes (70.8 total ounces)
  • Made with wheat bran, psyllium seek husk, and oat fiber
  • High in fiber
  • Great for low-carb lifestyle
  • A delicious, nutritious, and fiber-rich way to start the morning

Customer Reviews:

  • Kellogg All-Bran Buds Purchase
    I was happy to see this available on Amazon and that I could set up a subscription plan. Everything arrived in perfect shape even though it was a day or two late more due to the delivery company that Amazon itself.Kellogg's All-Bran Bran Buds, 17.7-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 4)...more info
    Currently the price for 4 boxes at 17.7 oz/box is $24. That's a joke. You can easily buy it for much cheaper at your local grocery. Great product, terrible price....more info
  • Great but Overpriced
    Cereal is great for digestive health - we just mix it with other cereals. My only problem is why would anyone want to buy it online when yo can buy it at your local grocery store for at least 33% less...more info
  • Shop around, this is no bargain
    I like the product and buy it regularly at any local market for under $4 per box, 17.7 ounces. Shop around before you buy a case at an inflated price....more info
    If you subscribe to this item be very carful as AMAZON will continually vary the price on you.

    I originally subscribed at $14.00 for a pack of 4, a very good deal considering Safeway's price is $5.99 each.

    However, my last subscription purchase as of Jan 12th was $24.81. Wow. Nice increase there guys.

    If you raise the price and I'm subscribed to the product you NEED TO NOTIFY ME of the pricing change before you just ship out my next order and bill me!

    I hate when I feel like I'm getting ripped off. If I approve the price, then fine, but give me the option of knowing the current subscribed price before you bill me....more info
  • Amazon is getting greedy
    The product is fine. However, Amazon has really hiked the price. My last order in June cost $18. Six months later it was $24. I just checked and I could have bought the same in the local supermarket for $14 plus tax! Definitely a rip off....more info
  • Excellent fiber supplement to oats
    I found this cereal to be an excellent supplement to oats to increase it's fiber content. It can be added to oats and milk prior to cooking. Buying it through Amazon at their discount price saves money however, I obtain another 15% discount by placing a standing order to receive it every 6 months....more info
  • outrageous prices
    Why would anyone purchase a box of cereal for $4-6$ or more. It is much cheaper at your local store. This site should feel embarrassed of the prices. ...more info
  • Bran Bud Muffins
    I have a bran muffin recipe that I make every Sunday evening and then it lives in my fridge for the week. Each morning I put a scoop of batter into a couple of muffin cups, put them in my convection oven and by the time I'm out of the shower and dressed, the fresh baked muffins are ready to put in my tote bag and I head out the door to work . . . I get to enjoy fresh baked muffins every morning with a fresh cup of tea. Last night I was out of the usual All Bran, but found a box of the Bran Buds in the back of the cupboard. Wasn't sure how it would work, but I liked these muffins even better than made with the All Bran! I did need to use more milk, and I'm guessing I'll have more than enough batter for the entire week (I'll bring some to share with co workers ;-) This is a great way to get fiber in the morning and gives me a good start to the day....more info
  • Gerbil pellets are good for you & easy to disguise with other foods
    My husband and I are in our late 30s and we have been eating Bran Buds for years. All of a sudden they have disappeared from the shelves of both of our local grocery stores, so I'm glad to find that I can still get them through Amazon. I eat them with Kefir(TM) yogurt drink poured on top and they are really pretty tasty (but we still call them "gerbil pellets" ;-)....more info