What have you done to my favourite cereal!
I have to say I am very disappointed in what you have done to Just Right. Nearly $8 now for a bag of wheat. You have removed most of the dried fruit in it. I know the price of things are going up on your end and as well for the consumer. But to cut the dried fruit out and fill it full of wheat is wrong. I wont be paying for a poorly made product. Shame on you Kellogg's......
Just right/just not right
i don't like the new apricot pieces!! it was always just right and popular now its not right….rename….Not right. I just don't understand why a winning popular product needs to change for no good reason. Is this a money or supplier issue, because it has made an impact on my daily breakfast, I love Just Right and really don't like these changes.
the apricot changes
Worst recipe change ever
I, like many of the reviewers here, have eaten it for years and loved it. Now the 'apricot bits' they put in there are these strange tasting little floppy... things! I had hoped the first box was defective so I bought another, but no. Why change a winning formula, Kelloggs??
Change of recipe, nothing that everyone else hasn't already said
"Just right" has gone "just wrong"!
I have been eating Just Right Original for over 10 years for at least 4 days a week. Recently I opened a new packet and immediately smelled something was wrong. There was an artificial and sweet smell, that should not be there. On inspection, the apricot pieces, that I had got so used to, looked very strange. I inspected the list of ingredients on the package, and it turned out that the apricot pieces have been replaced by a mix of concentrated apple, concentrated apricot and a list of at least 6 other ingredients which do have nothing to do wi...th fruit. I ate it once, everything had an artificially sweet taste over it, as if the sprayed it with artificial apricot flavour. I contacted Kellog's via there website and they seemed to be quite proud of the changes. I have since thrown away the 2 large packs I had on the shelf and have found a great Muesli, that is full of real dried fruit, tastes great and is cheaper. Replaced dried apricot by a mix of concentrate and chemicals; tastes horrible
New taste is terrible!
I bought 4 packs on sale. The first was the new version. It was so bad I called Kelloggs as I thought the product was defective. They told me about the new Apricot and the new apricot flavour given to the flakes. I threw that box away after one bowl. I have Just Right EVERY day. For years. I have hunted for every box of the original recipe to stock pile it. You can tell by the photo on the front of the box. Truely worst thing they have ever done. Why destroy a quality product? They smell alone is so off putting along with the taste. Yuk!
I used to love it! The taste, the variety of grains.
The smell. The taste of the new apricot.
Change for the worse
I've been eating Just Right for at least 8 years now it was that good, until now... They have made a change to the apricot pieces which really ruins the overall taste. I used to pick out the apricot chunks and eat them on their own they were that tasty, but now I avoid them.
Change of ingredients
what have they done to it.
I bought a new packet the other day in fact it was on special so I bought 6 packets. But it is different.
The apricot chunks have changed- not for the better. Small little jelly like slithers - effects the overall taste.
not happy.The rest seems ok but this issue effects the taste and texture.
This cereal seemed like a good option because of the grains and the fruits, but its just blah! There is no taste and all I could taste was sugar. I wont be buying this one again because its a tasteless, sugary cereal which isnt cheap either.
I bought this cereal after standing in the cereal aisle for over 30minutes trying to figure out which cereal was the healthiest and tastiest to buy. I thought this would be a great option, unfortunately it wasnt.
It is too sweet and I didnt like the taste. Everything about this cereal was thin and tasteless and not good at all.
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