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Familia Swiss Cereals

Posted on Friday, October 12th, 2012 at 3:46 pm
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Familia Swiss Cereals are know worldwide as the pioneer maker of traditional Swiss Museli.  They make healthy cereals that are nutritional and tasty.  Their products are kosher, low in sodium, and do not contain cholesterol.  They are also GMO free.  Some of their products are organic.  Cereals include Familia Swiss Balance Blueberries and Quinoa, Familia Swiss Balance Vanilla Crunch, Familia Swiss Balance Cranberry and Cinnamon, Familia No Sugar Added Swiss Muesli Original Recipe, Familia Swiss Baby Muesli, Familia Low Fat Muesli and more.  You can buy their products through the International Foods Website.  Prices range from about $4.00 to around $9.00 for 1 product.  You can also buy their products in 6 packs or 12 packs.

 

 

Museli can be translated as “mix” or “stew” because it is made from a mix of various healthy grains, nuts, seeds, and dried fruits.  It is different from granola because it is toasted and has a chewier texture than granola does.  It also contains less sugar than typical granola will.  Foods that are organic were grown without pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Organic foods are GMO free.  Familia Swiss Cereals are part of the Bio-Familia company, which has its headquarters in the Swiss village of Sachseln.  Museli cereal was first made by Dr. Max Bircher-Benner in the late nineteenth century to serve patients at his clinic. 

 

 

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