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Ruskets was a cereal product consisting of pressed biscuits of toasted wheat flakes.[1][2][3][4] They were produced by Loma Linda Foods, a health food company owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. In 1938 the company's main product was Ruskets. A similar item, "Weet-Bix", remains popular in many countries.

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  1. ^ Advertisement in University SCOPE 5:1 (January 10, 1968), p11
  2. ^ "The Avondale School: A Holy Experiment" by Milton_Hook. Adventist Heritage 7:1 (Spring 1982), p34–45
  3. ^ "Breakfast: A Taste of Cereal" by Garth Stoltz. Adventist Heritage 15:2 (Fall 1992), p4–9
  4. ^ Historical Dictionary of Seventh-day Adventists by Gary Land (Scarecrow Press, 2005), p176; ISBN 0-8108-5345-0. Historical Dictionaries of Religions Philosophies, and Movements series, No. 56
  • "Loma Linda Foods offers new cereals". Central Union Reaper v45 (August 1, 1976), p14. Also republished in Gleaner (North Pacific Union) v71 (October 4, 1976), p2; Northern Union Outlook v40 (August 30, 1976), p14; Pacific Union Recorder v76 (July 26, 1976), p[1]
  • "LLF announces the return of Ruskets". Central Union Reaper v48 (January 11, 1979), p9

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