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Organic wheat and warm cinnamon are baked into naturally sweet, toasty woven bundles for the perfect, organic, bite-sized delights.
Kashi delivers this tasty organic cereal to you in a form as close to nature as possible--in look, flavor, texture and aroma. The simple recipe combines organic woven wheat with the perfect touch of cinnamon and natural sweetness. Each ingredient is harvested for peak flavor and handled with care every step of the way.
You can put your faith in the quality and purity of Kashi Cinnamon Harvest certified organic cereal because our growers follow farming methods that restore, maintain and enhance ecological harmony. They also avoid the use of conventional synthetic pesticides and genetic modification. And with Kashi, you can also try the sweetness of our Autumn Wheat or the natural flavor of Island Vanilla.
Dating back to ancient times, cinnamon was once more precious than gold. Its many uses ranged from perfume to incense, antibacterial to stimulant, and as a token of friendship. Cinnamon originated in Sri Lanka and is harvested from the evergreen-like trees of the laurel family. The bark is scraped off during the rainy season, and when left to dry, it curls into cinnamon sticks.
“Marcy and I have been in business as organic growers since 1985...We now raise organic peas, millet, flax, and amaranth to complement our beautiful waves of wheat...To be part of the Kashi family and the Kashi dream is the culmination of a lifetime of work and dedication...Our goal is to always produce safe, clean, nutritious food with an emphasis on quality, while not only preserving our environment but doing what is required to improve it as well.” Mark and Marcy Jones
We began with a healthy epiphany. Back in 1984, we discovered the goodness of whole-grain nutrition and created the unique blend of Kashi Seven Whole Grain & Sesame that adds protein and complex carbohydrates.
Nearly 30 years later, we are still passionate about making the world a healthier place. The Kashi Seven Whole Grain & Sesame blend is more than the cornerstone of our product line--it is our heritage, our story and our promise to provide you with foods that are real, satisfying and sustaining. We are truly on a seven whole grains mission.
We are a group of passionate people who believe that all people have the power to make positive changes in their lives. We think that good health starts with taking little steps, like choosing wholesome all-natural foods. In line with this belief, we have developed delicious breakfasts, satisfying snacks and mouth-watering dinners. Enjoy!
Flavor: Cinnamon Harvest | Size: 16.3-Ounce (Pack of 4)
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This is currently the only cereal I am eating on a regular basis. The other is Kashi GOLEAN Crisp! Toasted Berry Crumble. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Richard P
I love to mix this with the autumn wheat flavor. The is similar to shredded wheat.Published 6 days ago by Tricia or Harry
It isn't as sweet or sugary as Frosted Mini Wheats (which I'm sure is what this is modeled after), but the taste, texture and consistency of the Cinnamon Harvest flavor of Kashi's... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Franklin
Love Cinnamon and crunchy cereal, this is awesome. Not over powered and quiet delicious.Published 26 days ago by Pamela Voyles
Better taste, less sugar, than other non-organic shredded wheat, and organic to boot.Published 27 days ago by R. Clark
I like this Kashi cereal the best, don't normally eat much cold cereal, in fact just this and Cheerios once in awhile. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Eleanor Snyder
Bought them for myself but my kids keep stealing them from me...I bought bulk and saved several dollars over local grocery stores.Published 29 days ago by aunethree