As most of you know I've been talking about the Albert Heijn conspiracy for the last few years. The conspiracy is, jokingly, that every time I buy something more than once at AH, they take it off the shelves. I'm now beginning to suspect it is no joke. For the last few months I've had to start the day eating a portion of muesli since my diabetic diet demanded I eat something in the morning. Muesli is the one of the few things I can face in the morning when I'm not even hungry. The best muesli I can buy for my diet is also the most simple: just grains with a little dried fruits. It only has about 100 kcal per 40 g portion, which is just what I need. Euroshopper muesli fits the bill perfectly; it costs next to nothing and is as basic as you can get. It is also probably made of recycled cow dung from Khazakstan, but I don't care. I can eat it. That is, if I can buy it. Today my muesli had run out so I went to the AH downstairs to buy a fresh kilo of the stuff. Not on the shelf; not just not on the shelf, but the price label for it had disappeared as well. Not for sale anymore. The alternative is AH's own brand which has all sorts of stuff in it that I don't need, don't want and am not allowed to eat. F*ck! So I looked for my alternate morning fuel; plain muesli bars. They were gone as well. The only ones on the shelf were the chocolate variety with lots of sugar and calories. I'm suprised they still sell milk at AH. I'm getting pissed off with AH. What is the use of a supermarket that has gone not so super? First they chase away all the small shops in the neighbourhood and now they stop selling what I need. I've had it with AH. There's another supermarket that moved from a small-time shop to supermarket strenght in the last two months: Ekodis. It's only 100 meters down the road and sells all the biological / dynamical / vegetarian crap you can think of. I'm sure they will be pleased to sell me my basic muesli.