Friday, December 28, 2012

Cascadian Farm's Granola Review

A few weeks ago I received an email from Cascadian Farm asking if I would like to sample some of their products and of course I said yes!

Cascadian Farm is a company who's mission is to make a difference beyond the foods they produce. They strive to farm organically and balance the needs of the environment with the needs of our nutrition. Their products are naturally better for your health as they are organically produced and do not contain any harmful chemicals or synthetic pesticides.

To see a full list of the benefits of eating Cascadian Farm's organically produced products click here. 

Earlier this week I received a package in the mail and when I opened it I found a few goodies from the company.

In my package I received a box of their Berry Cobbler Granola Cereal, Crunchy Oats and Honey Granola bars, a Cascadian Farm spiral notebook, and a bon appetit magazine.

Alex and I immediately dove into the granola bars and loved them. They come with two bars in each package so we both took one to sample. The bars were definitely crunchy and weren't soft like a normal granola bar. The hint of honey added a hint of sweetness making them perfect for breakfast on the go or a midday snack.

The next day I had tried out the Berry Cobbler Granola Cereal for breakfast before I went on a run. The cereal didn't get soggy while I was eating it like some cereal does and it diminished from my bowl rather quickly as it tasted really good. It was crunchy and the berry flavor and actual berries in it made the granola taste sweet but not too sweet.

Overall, this cereal was really good. If you like granola you should definitely buy a box of this cereal the next chance you get! The crunch and the sweetness of the cereal will definitely make you want to pour yourself another bowl.

Disclaimer: I received these products free of charge, however all opinions are my own.

Have you ever tried any of Cascadian Farm's products? What did you think?



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