Nature’s Path organic flax plus pumpkin granola cereal is the perfect marriage between the whole grain goodness of flax granola, healthy pumpkin seeds, and delicious rolled oats with a cinnamon flavor. This contains an impressive 450 milligram of omega-3 acids and 1500 milligram of omega-6 acids. It is made of healthy whole grains, is 100% organic, vegetarian, high in fiber, and contains no trans fat. This is sold in pack of six 11.5-ounce boxes.
About Nature’s Path
Nature’s Path is a family of organic farmers and their ilk, descended from more farmers and more ilk. The seed of the company was planted back in the ‘30s, when Rupert Stephens inherited the family farm--Mountain Valley farm, a place to grow field berries and a family. Since then Nature’s Path has continued to grow and develop as a company that is committed to providing its customers with the highest quality organic food.
The people of Nature’s Path live for healthy, great-tasting organic foods. They believe that healthy foods need not be boring and tasteless. You will be impressed when you take a bite of Nature’s Path products.
Nature’s Path is also committed to making a big impact on communities by giving back in meaningful ways and having as little an impact as possible on the earth by operating as sustainably as they can. Growing organic, healthy foods in a sustainable way is the passion of Nature’s Path.
- Non-GMO Project Verified
- 3 Generations
- Excellent Source of ALA Omega-3†
- 5 g Fiber-6 g Protein-0 g Trans Fat -Per 55 g Serving
- USDA Organic
- This Product is Third-Party Certified Organic by Quality Assurance International (QAI)
- Whole Grain 31 g or More Per Serving
- Eat 48 g or More of Whole Grains Daily
†Contains 0.7 g of ALA Omega 3 per serving, which is 44% of the recommended daily value of 1.6 g
"You Have The Right To Know What's In Your Food."
Unfortunately, we don't have this right when it comes to buying food containing GMOs.
What's A 'GMO'? They're genetically modified organisms', plant or animals created through the gene splicing techniques of biotechnology. It merges DNA from different species, creating combinations of plant, animal, bacterial and viral genes that can't occur in nature.
Why The Concern? The long term health and environmental effects haven't been properly tested. That's why over 64 countries have placed significant restrictions, labeling laws, or outright bans on GMO products. Right now, the U.S.A. is not among them.
Avoid GMOS-Eat Organic! The best way to avoid GMOs? Eat organic; certified organic foods are prohibited from using GMO seeds. You can also avoid them by looking for the Non-GMO Project Verified seal.
As a company, we’ve always fought for clear labeling of GMO foods, a fight you can join! Together we can make change happen!
Arran Stephens, Nature's Path Founder & Garden-Keeper