Nature’s Path offers only organic products. It’s in their logo!
When you get Nature’s Path you get No GMOs. Nature’s Path products have passed a rigorous, independent verification process and have the Non-GMO Project Verified Seal. (GMOs are genetically modified organisms.)
Nature’s Path is in the community by helping put organic gardens across the US by partnering with Organic Gardening magazine on the “Gardens for Good Grants” contest. The Grant is an effort to “plant it forward” in which deserving communities are selected to receive $25,000. In addition, Nature’s Path donations products to help fill the panties of local food banks. Last year Vallejo People’s Garden in Vallejo, CA and Damayan Garden Project in Tallahassee, FL were awarded the “Gardens for Good Grants”. If you’re in a place that could benefit from this year’s grant stay posted to the Nature’s Path site.
Nature’s Path box and bags are sustainable packaging –Eco-Pacs and EnviroBoxes. Both the boxes and bags are recyclable. Eco-Pacs, which is a number four recyclable plastic, use 66% less packaging than traditional cereal brands and use no cardboard. EnviroBoxes which reduces the packaging by 10% by sizing wrappings better to the product.
Nature’s Path is having a contact about what people do to make everyday Earth Day. Join in and win. Starting to eat organic can be your new thing … And it’s as easy as winning the Nature’s Path Organics prize pack (featured above) — a box of each the Crunchy Maple Sunrise, Love Crunch and Pumpkin-n-Spice Granola Bars — here on Mom Start.
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Crunchy Maple Sunrise delivers an organic blend of corn, rice, flax, quinoa, buckwheat and amaranth. It is a sweet and nutritious option for those avoiding gluten, but don’t worry, with yummy maple flavor, there’s plenty of great taste for everyone at the breakfast table!
Nature’s Path Love Crunch is the perfect marriage between the whole grain goodness of flax granola; the sweetness of strawberries and the tartness of raspberries; and the decadence of coconut and dark chocolate chunks. Inspired by a true-life love story and philanthropic endeavor, Love Crunch was created by Arjan Stephens, son of Nature’s Path’s founder, and his wife, Rimjhim as a wedding favor for those who helped celebrate their marriage. In lieu of wedding gifts, the two asked guests volunteer in their communities. Now a limited edition cereal sold at Whole Foods, for every box of Love Crunch sold, Nature’s Path will donate $1 – up to $25,000 – to the Whole Planet Foundation to help empower poor women around the world to lift themselves and their families out of poverty.
Pumpkin-n-Spice Granola Bars are a flavorful organic snack option sure to satisfy any craving with mineral-rich roasted pumpkin seeds, Omega-3 rich flaxseeds and a dash of cinnamon. Proving good things really do come in small packages; the new bars are packaged in a more sustainable box with 36% less cardboard, saving 472,000 gallons of water and 46 tons of waste yearly.
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Disclosure – Nature’s Path is continuing to fight hunger in my community. For the writing of this article Nature’s Path has graciously given my MOMS Club of Woodinville, WA chapter boxes of cereal for our “Box Out Hunger” cereal drive to end hunger for school kids not receiving school’s free or reduced meals during the summer months. The Nature’s Path donated boxes of cereal, boxes collected for the MOMS Club of Woodinville members and any boxes of cereal provided by the community will be donated to the Maltby Food Bank. However, any opinions expressed above are my own and are NOT influenced by compensation.
Summer is the President of our Local MOMS Club chapter, she is the mother of two adorable active boys, and is always thinking of ways to help others. She is a friend, a wife, and always busy as all mommies are. She is very active on Facebook, addicted to Geocaching and very interested in organic and green living.