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Rudi's Bagels

Friday, January 20, 2012

So I was reading a SP article about healthy alternatives and they suggested Rudi's Bagels. Being born and partially raised in NYC I love my bagel with butter and jelly. I ran across Rudi's at my local Whole Foods Market and I initially wasn't going to buy it because it cost $5 for 6 bagels (which might not sound that expensive until I considered that I could buy other brands at half the cost.)

What's 5 bucks?

It was the best $5 I've spent on bagels. I tried the Honey Sweet Wheat which has:

Only 150 calories
6g of protein
5g of fiber

I wish the bagel was a little bigger but I'm probably just being greedy because it taste GREAT!!! emoticon

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  • JEN40311
    Thanks Maggie. I just tried the plain, and that's good too. emoticon
    3391 days ago
  • no profile photo RUDISBAKERY
    We are glad you found our bagels! Along with the nutritional facts you listed above, our bagels are certified organic and non-gmo. Our bagels come in three varieties- Honey Sweet Wheat, Cinnamon Raisin and Multigrain. We've left out all the yucky stuff, and we baked our bread with only yummy goodness! Eat up! ...and feel good about what you are eating:) I'm here if you have any questions on our bagels or any of our other certified organic breads. Thanks!! - Maggie, Rudi's Organic Bakery
    3392 days ago
  • PLATINUM755
    I recently found them here at one of the healthy food stores, and was so excited -- downstate NY, I seem to be able to find them everywhere, but not so much in upstate NY. I'm not a big bagel eater anymore (since I moved from downstate NY), so that should tell you something about how GREAT these bagels are. Back in the day, I was not paying attention to the nutritional facts so much, and it's nice to know I wasn't doing so shabby even then.

    Bon Appetit! emoticon
    3395 days ago
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