Nature's Path Organic Flax Plus Cereal Red Berry Crunch -- 10.5 oz
Healthy AND Tasty!
I stood in the cereal aisle at the local natural foods store for a good 30 minutes before picking this up. I've been meaning to try a more natural and nutritious cereal but I was afraid that better nutrition meant worse taste. The nutrition label was impressive, and the flavor combo sounded good. I was hooked after my first bowl! It actually tastes great (and I'm picky with cereal)! My only complaint is it's so expensive for a small box. I assume that's due to high-quality and sought after ingredients so I will pay for it every now and then. Vitacost is definitely helps on that end.
March 16, 2012
Nature's Path Organic Flax Plus Cereal Red Berry Crunch Description
- Excellent Source of ALA Omega-3
- 5g Fiber
- 6g Protein
- 22g Whole Grain
- USDA Organic
Was it the tangy trail of strawberries and raspberries that led you here? maybe you were looking for a source of good fats and fiber when you came upon omega-rich flax flakes nestled amongst clusters of crunchy whole-grain rolled oats. Or did you just have a craving for a big bowl of cereal?
Whatever your reason for winding up on Nature's Path, they're glad you're here.
CERTIFIED ORGANIC: 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?
NON-GMO: "GMO" stands for "Genetically Modified Organisms." Doesn't sound too tasty, does it? The Non-GMO Project agrees, and their verification assures you that foods are made in a kitchen - not in a lab
WHOLE GRAINS: 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.
GMOs, chemical herbicides, pesticides, synthetic preservatives or additives.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.