We're so happy our paths have crossed.
Was it the tasty trail of lightly-toasted multibran that led you here? Maybe you were looking for a source of good fats and fiber when you came upon delicious omega-rich flax flakes. Or, did you just have a craving for a big bowl of cereal?
Whatever your reason for winding up on Nature's path, we're glad you're here. And if you want to find more foods that are good for you, your family, and the planet, here are the signs to look for.
Unlike "natural" label claims, certified organic products are guaranteed to have been grown without chemical herbicides and pesticides, and there are never synthetic preservatives or additives. Because, really, who wants any of that for breakfast?
"GMO" stands for "Genetically Modified Organisms". Doesn't sound too tasty, does it? The Non-GMO Project agrees, and their verification assures you that the food you're buying is made in a kitchen - not in a lab.
Foods made from whole grains have all the essential parts and naturally occurring nutrients of the entire grain seed, and the Whole Grain Stamp tells you how much you get per serving.
† Contains 0.7g of ALA Omega-3 per serving, which is 43% of the recommended daily value of 1.6 g.
Whole wheat meal*, wheat bran*, raisins* (coated with sunflower oil*), cane sugar*, flax seeds*, oat bran*, barley malt extract*, sea salt, tocopherols (vitamin E).
*Organic. Contains wheat. Produced in a facility that uses peanuts, tree nuts, soy and dairy.
This product is sold by weight, not by volume. You can be assured of proper weight even though some settling of contents normally occurs during shipment and handling. To maintain freshness, store in a cool, dry place.