Nature's Path Organic Flax Plus Cereal
This top selling multi-bran blend boasts 7 grams of fiber and contains Omega-3 fatty acids.
Organic whole wheat flour, organic wheat bran, organic evaporated cane juice, organic flax, organic oat bran, organic barley malt extract, sea salt, tocopherols (natural vitamin E). Contains wheat. Produced in a facility that uses peanuts, tree nuts or soy
It has been said, "you are what you eat." What we eat is directly transformed into blood, bones, skin, muscle and consciousness. So, where does the food we're eating come from?
We believe food, organically grown, is better for you and better for the environment. Organic foods contain no preservatives or additives, and are grown without synthetic pesticides, herbicides or fungicides which agribusiness typically sprays onto our food. These chemicals can then find their way into the soil, water, air and eventually our bodies.
Just as eating wholesome organic food helps to make healthy bodies, organic farming helps make healthy soil and a healthy planet. Our farmland is a thin layer of living earth blanketing the planet and needs to be nurtured and renewed continually. Organic farming practices enrich the soil and improve a farm's biodiversity, resulting in less soil erosion and more drought resistant farmland.
It was Hippocrates who suggested that we let food be our medicine and medicine be our food. Nothing can replace the richness and complexity of nutrients found in a varied diet of fresh, organic whole foods, and Nature's Path organic breakfast cereals are a great way to get started, every day.
Our EnviroKidz EnviroFund has raised nearly $300,000 for endangered species and environments since the launch of the EnviroKidz brand! In 2000, Nature's Path started collecting one percent of sales from all EnviroKidz organic products and placed the money in an EnviroFund. The EnviroFund is distributed annually toendangered species, habitat conservation and environmental education for kids . In 2004, EnviroKidz broke its annual record with nearly $73,000 raised bringing the total amount provided to wildlife conservation to nearly $300,000 since 2000!