Nature’s Path New Cereal!

Nature’s Path New Cereal!

I was recently sent 4 of the latest nature’s path cereals to try and so I wanted to share my thoughts! I am already a fan of the Mesa Sunrise cereal and the crunchy Os. If you haven’t heard of Nature’s Path, then here is a little information. Natures path was founded in Vancouver, and are North America’s largest organic cereal producer producing many gluten free products. They state that ‘freefrom needn’t be taste free’. They are absolutely right, as I certainly don’t want to be munching on something that tastes like cardboard! The Natures Path cereals and other products are available to buy at many supermarkets and online.

Envirokidz cereal range

Nature’s path have a range called Envirokidz. With more and more children becoming diagnosed with coeliac disease as well as other intolerances and allergies, it is great to see some cereals with friendly, fun packaging that appeals to them. When you purchase from the EnviroKidz range, a 1% donation of sales goes to environmental education and conservation projects that help save endangered animals. Nature’s path have stated that they have already donated over $3 million so far!

The Envirokidz cereal range includes:

Amazon Flakes

Choco Chimps

Gorilla Munch

Jungle Munch

Koala Crisp

Leapin Lemurs

Panda Puffs

The Envirokidz Oatmeal Range includes

Apple Cinnamon

Brown Sugar Maple

There are also EnviroKidz granola bars too which are gluten free!

*Please note that some of this range are ONLY available in the US! But all the products featured in this post are available in the UK.

To see the full range check out the natures path website

US click here 

UK click here

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Natures Path Envirokidz Choco Chimps (£2.99 Tesco) 284g 

Organic

Gluten, dairy and wheat free

High in fibre (contains 6.3g fibre per 100g)

No artificial flavours, colours or preservatives

Suitable for vegans

Kosher

Nutritional Information:

Typical ValuesTypical Values Per 100gPer 30g Serving (without Milk)
Energy1534kJ460kJ
367kcal110kcal
Fat3.3g1.0g
Of which saturates1.0g0.3g
Carbohydrate87.0g26.0g
Of which sugars30.0g9.0g
Fibre6.7g2.0g
Protein6.7g2.0g
Salt0.75g0.23g

All my family members liked the choco chimps. Chocolatey, tasty and brightly packaged, even my nephews gave these a try and liked them. I do however feel that the sugar content is too high per 30g.

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Nature’s Path Envirokidz Leapin Lemurs (£2.99 Tesco) 284g

Organic

Gluten, dairy and wheat free

No artificial flavors, colors or preservatives

High in fibre (contains 6.7g fibre per 100g)

Registered with vegan society

Free From: Dairy, Gluten, Wheat

May Contain: Tree Nuts

Nutritional Information:

Typical ValuesTypical Values per 100gPer 30g Serving (without Milk)
Energy1674kJ502kJ
400kcal120kcal
Fat5.0g1.5g
Of which saturates0g0g
Carbohydrate83g25g
Of which sugars27g8.0g
Fibre6.7g2.0g
Protein6.7g2.0g
Salt0.97g0.29g

Peanut butter and chocolate do go well together, but these were my least favourite out of all the cereals.

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Nature’s Path Organic Gluten Free Superflakes with Cocoa and Coconut (£3.50 Tesco) 284g

Organic

Sprouted grains

High in fibre

Dairy, gluten and wheat free

Kosher

Nutritional Information

Typical ValuesTypical Values Per 100gPer 30g serving (without milk)
Energy1774kJ544kJ
434kcal130kcal
Fat12.7g3.8g
Of which saturates9.1g2.7g
Carbohydrate70.6g21.2g
Of which sugars10.9g3.3g
Fibre10.9g3.3g
Protein10.9g3.3g
Salt0.5g0.15g
This pack contains about 9 servings

For any coconut lover out there, these were very nice, and I liked the flaky coconut. The sugar content is also low which is good.

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 Nature’s Path Organic Gluten Free Superflakes with Honey and Chia (£3.50 Tesco) 284g

Organic

Sprouted grains

High in fibre

Dairy, gluten and wheat free

Kosher 

Nutritional Information

Typical ValuesTypical Values Per 100gPer 30g serving (without milk)
Energy1665kJ498kJ
398kcal119kcal
Fat5.4g1.6g
Of which saturates0g0g
Carbohydrate77.8g23.3g
Of which sugars10.9g3.3g
Fibre12.7g3.8g
Protein9.1g2.7g
Salt0.33g0.1g
This pack contains about 9 servings

I consider myself to be a sophisticated honey lover and I did enjoy eating these the most. The superflakes are a little steep on price, and especially for the amount of grams you actually get in the box!

So there we are. A quick little guide to the latest nature’s path cereals. I was glad to see that this range is also dairy free too, as a lot of people are on the hunt for dairy free options. Have you tried any of these cereals? Let me know!

 

DISCLAIMER: This post contains PR samples. 

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