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A rich blend of cocoa & chocolate paired with hints of espresso, then slow-baked with whole-grain oats, honey & vanilla. Delightfully sweet & irresistible.

Ingredients: Certified Gluten-free Oats, Honey, Chocolate (Cane Sugar, Unsweetened Chocolate, Cocoa Butter), Non-GMO Canola Oil, Cocoa, Espresso, Pure Vanilla Extract

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A delicious and hearty blend of whole-grain rolled oats and roasted almonds sweetened naturally with pure honey and vanilla goodness. The perfect crunch.

Ingredients: Certified Gluten-free Oats, Honey, Almonds, Non-GMO Canola Oil, Pure Vanilla Extract

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Wisconsin cranberries mixed with chopped pecans provide just the right balance for a tasty start to your day or a healthy snack.

Ingredients: Certified Gluten-free Oats, Honey, Wisconsin Cranberries, Pecans, Non-GMO canola Oil, Cinnamon

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Meet The Seasonal Crew

Pumpkin Spice

Bold fall spices blended with real pumpkin, baked with oats, pepitas, and sweetened with pure honey. You will crave this all year long.

Ingredients: Certified Gluten-free Oats, Honey, Pepitas (Pumpkin Seeds), Non-GMO Canola Oil, Pumpkin, Cinnamon, Ginger, Cardamom, Allspice, Nutmeg, Clove, Pepper

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Simple Ingredients. No Funny Business®

Certified Gluten-Free Oats

Oats are one of the most nutrient-dense foods you can find; Mother Nature’s original super-food has been proven to reduce heart-disease. High in soluble fiber, protein, B vitamins, manganese, zinc, phosphorus and folate, you can’t go wrong.


Once an offering to gods and goddesses, today many look to honey for its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Holistic practitioners consider it an all-around remedy for its breadth of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and antioxidants.

Vanilla Extract

Vanillin, the primary compound in vanilla beans, is praised for its antioxidants that protect the immune system and reduce the body’s stress and inflammation. Some even give vanilla credit for being a mood booster.


Almonds are one of the oldest crops in the world with Ayurveda treatments using them to calm nerves. Today they are known most for their vitamin E and protein content. Almonds have plenty of fiber, niacin, riboflavin, and magnesium giving them high marks for their heart-healthy qualities.


Quality chocolate from roasted cacao seeds, far from just feeling indulgent, is filled with flavonoids, flavanols and antioxidants, making this a natural and decadent mood booster. Pure chocolate has a bitter flavor and is sweetened before it is finished.


Unadulterated cocoa powder, comes from roasted cacao seeds and remains closer to its original seed flavor, but with most of its cocoa butter removed, leaving behind even more heart-healthy, brain-boosting flavonoids.


This tropical bean has been accused of being a miracle drink, an intoxicant, cancer causer, and the beverage of choice for political upheavers, More intense than coffee, espresso is high in magnesium, B vitamins, niacin, and riboflavin.


Native to North America, cranberries are a great source of vitamin C and manganese, these bog loving berries are low in sugar and high in fiber. Their phytonutrients are great antioxidants and anti-inflammatories.


Packed full of vitamin E, protein manganese, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, and selenium, this sweet and buttery nut is a super-food for your whole body. Pecans are the only tree nut indigenous to North America.


Cinnamon is the inner bark from a small family of East Asian evergreen trees. Cinnamon has been used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat respiratory and digestive problems for centuries. Its high in vitamins K, B6, and E along with calcium, iron, magnesium, and zinc.

GMO-Free Canola Oil

Canola oil is the heart-healthy and sustainable option. It’s the lowest in saturated fats and contains no trans-fats or cholesterol and is high in essential phytosterols and monounsaturated fat (helping to lower your bad fats). It’s also a great natural source of Vitamin E, Omega-3, and Omega-6.

Canola began through conventional breeding of the rapeseed plant after WWII and became commercially widespread in the 1970s. Canola is one of the most sustainable cooking oil crops on the planet. GMO versions of canola developed in the 1990’s. (Project Verified and Rodale)