5 healthy alternatives to coffee: Postum back on the shelves
For three years, another manufacturer, Eliza’s Quest Food, worked to bring back Postum after its discontinuance in 2007, according to the Postum.com website.
Retail sales began again in 2012, after Eliza’s Quest Food retained the rights from Kraft in May to the Postum trademark. Postum was originally sold through Postum.com; as of December 2012, a few select retail stores, mainly in Utah, began to sell the product on their shelves. Some of the retail chains in Utah that have begun to sell the product include Ream’s, Harmons and Ridley’s, as well as several other individual marketplaces.
On its website, Postum markets itself as “an alternative choice for those with religious dietary restrictions such as members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and Seventh-day Adventists.”
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