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We believe food should be delicious and nutritious, and that when organically grown, it's better for both you and the environment. Our organic foods contain no preservatives or additives, and are grown without synthetic pesticides, herbicide or fungicides which agribusiness typically sprays onto food. These chemicals then find their way into the soil, water, air and eventually our bodies. Nothing can replace the richness and complexity of nutrients found in a varied diet of fresh, organic whole foods, and Nature’s Path organic snacks and breakfast foods are a great way to get started down the organic path. Nature’s Path Organic Toaster Pastries. A delicious snack! Eat them straight from the package or warmed in the toaster, just eat them! They're easy to carry and fun to eat as a lunch snack, after school, or anytime you get the munchies. Packed with the wholesome goodness of USDA certified organic ingredients the whole wheat content and real organic fruit fillings make Nature's Path Organic Toaster Pastries a healthier choice- any age, anytime, anywhere. Just eat them. Storage: Nature's Path Organic Toaster Pastries stay fresh right on the kitchen shelf. This product does not require refrigeration. Best when used before date on end panel, a product of the Canada.
In 1971, Arran Stephens and a business partner opened Canada's first large organic supermarket, LifeStream. Founded on the ideal of serving delicious, wholesome foods grown and processed in harmony with nature, the store soon expanded into milling, baking, making muesli, granolas, alfalfa sprouts, nut butters, energy bars, and wholesale distribution. Within a few years, the LifeStream line had grown to include a wide range of products, including both natural and organic whole grain foods and soy-based vegetarian entrees. The company even published its own vegetarian cookbook, which sold over 125,000 copies. Annual sales at LifeStream reached $9 million, making the line one of Canadas leading natural food brands at the time. LifeStream sales continued to grow to $12 million, but an awkward partnership led to the sale of the company in 1981. It eventually was acquired by Kraft/Phillip Morris.
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.
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Frosting and filling can become very hot and cause burns after being heated. Be sure to allow for adequate cooling time before handling and eating. Use lowest settings on toasters and never leave your toaster or microwave unattended while cooking due to smoke and fire. Children should be supervised while heating pastries. Allergy Information: Made in a bakery that uses wheat, soy and milk.
Organic Wheat Flour, Organic Evaporated Cane Juice, Organic Palm Oil, Organic Apples, Organic Whole Wheat Flour, Organic Corn Starch, Organic Vital Wheat Gluten, Organic Dextrose, Organic Rice Starch, Organic Apple Flavor, Sea Salt, Leavening (Baking Soda, Cream of Tartar), Organic Cinnamon, Rice Bran Extract, Organic Honey, Organic Molasses, Citric Acid, Organic Vanilla Flavor.
Toaster Style (Preferred heating method): To serve warm, remove the wrapper and place the Nature's Path Organic Toaster Pastry in toaster on light or lowest heat setting. Be sure to allow the toaster pastry to cool before handling. Microwave Style: Microwaves vary in heating intensity. Remove toaster pastry from its foil pouch and microwave on high for 10 seconds. Be sure to allow the toaster pastry to cool before handling.
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My husband loves these and they are healthy alternative to pop tarts.Published 10 months ago by Linda C. Kutrubes
All I can say is "Yum"! They taste like a real apple pie. Delicious for a quick breakfast or snack.Published 10 months ago by Branwynmars
My husband and kids love these. Say they taste like apple pie. Great for keeping in the car when we are on the go, much better then fast food. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Mary Williams
Really a great toaster pastry. Great apple taste, great pastry. Only complaint is price. Just a lot of money for a toaster snack. You get 12 boxes, and each box has 3 twin packs. Read morePublished on January 15, 2013 by Stickman
When warm, these pop tarts taste like apple pie. Delicious!Nature's Path Organic Toaster Pastries, Apple Cinnamon, (Not Frosted), 6-Count Boxes (Pack of 12)Published on October 7, 2011 by Liz Jane
I did a subscribe and save on this in Dec. 2010, and paid $16.29. They are good, but not good enough to pay more than double the price!!! Yikes!!Published on August 15, 2011 by mommyofchristopher
These toaster pastries have a taste that will grow on you... They taste like apple pie. Not too sweet but just right. Read morePublished on April 15, 2011 by RooteJr
A good product but I wish that some of the cinnamon was left off the top.Now the price has gone so high I would not buy them againPublished on April 14, 2011 by george neilson