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Nature’s Path

Posted on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 at 9:28 am
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Nature’s Path makes healthy foods that are delicious and exciting.  They make cold cereals, hot cereals, granola, pancake mixes, waffles, toaster pastries, bars, and breads.  They use organic ingredients in their foods.  Some of their products are designed to accommodate the diets of people who must be gluten-free, who are vegan, or who require low sodium or reduced sugar foods.

Foods that are certified organic are required to be GMO free and do not use chemical pesticides.  Their gluten-free kids products are kids who have celiac disease or a gluten intolerance or gluten allergy to eat, (and so are their gluten-free products for adults).  According to the Nature’s Path website, their prices for cereals and bars run between about $4.00 and $5.00, and their pancake mixes are a little bit higher.  Nature’s Path has a home office in Richmond, BC, and their products are made in Blaine, Washington, and also in Sussex, Wisconsin.

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