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Posted on Thursday, October 11th, 2012 at 3:14 pm
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Back to Nature creates great tasting, wholesome, foods from the good things that nature gives to us.  They don’t include things like artificial flavors, preservatives, hydrogenated oils, or high fructose corn syrup in their products.  They make many varieties of cookies including some familiar flavors like Crispy Oatmeal, Chocolate Chunk, Golden Honey Oat Grahams, and Madagascar Vanilla.  In addition, they have flavors like Fudge Mint, California Lemon, Triple Ginger, Organic Shortbread cookies, Fudge Striped, Apple Cinnamon Oat Grahams, Dark Chocolate and Oats Granola cookies, and more.  They also have a line of crackers that include flavors like Crispy Cheddar, Crispy Wheat, Classic Round, Organic Saltines, Organic Stoneground Wheat, Poppy Thyme, Sesame Tarragon, and more.  Several of their crackers are gluten free, and you can tell by the names: Multi-Seed Gluten Free Rice Thins, Sesame Seed Gluten Free Rice Thins, or White Cheddar Gluten Free Rice Thins.  Back to Nature makes nine different flavors of granola. They have nuts that are 100% natural.  Choose from Sea Salt Roasted Cashew Almond Pistachio, Tuscan Herb Roasts, Sea Salt Roasted California Almonds, Unroasted Unsalted California Almonds, and more.  Their trail mix varieties includes mixes inspired by different parts of California.  For example, one is named Sonoma Blend, another is named Monterey Blend, and there are more.  You cannot buy Back to Nature products directly from their website.  You can get them through Amazon.com or from stores.  The price might vary depending on where you purchased them from.

Foods that are organic were grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Organic foods are GMO free.  Gluten free foods, like Back to Nature’s gluten free crackers varieties, are made without wheat or other ingredients that contain gluten.  This makes these foods safe for people who have celiac disease or a gluten allergy or intolerance to eat.  Nuts contain many vitamins that your body needs to stay healthy.  Many people are avoiding products that contain artificial flavors, preservatives, hydrogenated oils or high fructose corn syrup because they feel these are not a healthy choice.  Back to Nature contains none of those things!  Back to Nature is part of Mondelez International, which has its global headquarters in Deerfield, Illinois.  Back to Nature uses sustainable packaging that is made from 100% recycled paperboard with a minimum of 35% post-consumer content.  The inks on their cookie and cracker cartons are printed with inks derived from vegetables.

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