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Then in 1985, Arran and his wife, Ratana, started a new venture christened Natures Path, from the back of their natural foods restaurant. The companys first product, Sprouted Organic Manna Bread, debuted at the Natural Products Expo in Anaheim, Calif. Organic Multigrain, Multigrain & Raisin, and Millet Rice Flakes were the very first Natures Path cereals and remain as popular as ever. By 1989, building on the success of its cereals, the company had grown 800%. To meet demand, acreage was bought and a 54,000 square foot organic processing plant was built in Delta, British Columbia, Canada. This was the first third-party certified organic cereal plant in the world. Later, ten years after starting Nature's Path, the Stephens family purchased back LifeStream from Kraft. Since, the company has continue to expand its facilities and the brands and products it offers--adding waffles, additional cereals, granola and energy bars, flaxseed meal, baking mixes, and more.
Flavor: Berry Strawberry
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WOW! This was delicious. I wanted something with real ingredients, not Frankenfood. This is it! This was just as good as that other nationally known brand. And it's organic! Read morePublished 7 days ago by Lamborghini Gal
product is very good but expensive but good for u health compare to Gmo productsPublished 1 month ago by warren
I had missed being able to eat toaster pastries; thanks to all the High Fructose Corn syrup and artificial food dyes. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Keith D. Thompson Jr.
Significant price increase over the months. I ordered a case for $35 a few months ago. They are good, but not that good.Published 3 months ago by DENNIS
$35.99 with free shipping as of 12/30/2013. My son will only eat these toaster pastries for breakfast. Brown sugar cinnamon ones are very good as well!
Frosting is melted and moldy.Best buy date is Jan 08-2014.The whole case was gone through and not one box was edible...Can't eat moldPublished 10 months ago by RAY
My wife brought home a box of the chocolate toaster pastries on October 2013. Expiration date is November 17, 2013. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Lucky Jarms
Nutrition wise the Pop Tart's are better for you if you ask me. By the numbers anyway. The ingredients in Pop Tart's don't scare me so I'm not willing to sacrifice the (I'm sure)... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Winston
My son wants pop
Tarts but I refuse to buy them . I tried these and he loves them and I am happy with the natural ingredients .