Rabbit of approval. Certified organic. Blueberries & cranberries! Made with goodness! No artificial flavors, synthetic colors or synthetic preservatives. No high-fructose corn syrup. 8 g of whole grains. Our organic ingredients are grown without using persistent pesticides. USDA organic. Whole Grain: 8 g or more per serving. Eat 48 g or more of whole grains daily. WholeGrainsCouncil.org. Meet Bernie! Bernie was Annie's pet Dutch rabbit. When she started the company, Annie chose him to be our official rabbit of approval representing the simplicity, care, and goodness in all of our products. Dear friend, with two growing daughters, my husband Rob and I join all other parents in welcoming more snack choices. On our organic farm, we also strive for more choices by growing niche produce and new varieties of popular summer vegetables that we sell at the local farmer's market. Our loyal market friends have learned to expect and enjoy the unexpected from us. Bye for now, Annie. 5 Unconventional Uses for a Granola Bar - Crumble one up and make sweet croutons for your cereal. Try using one for a spoon to eat soft ice cream with. Make them into the world's tastiest building blocks. (Invite friends over for a bar-n raising party). Use as inspiration to savor life's simple pleasures! As you hop around your local store, look for Annie's entrees, snacks and dressings! We work with trusted suppliers to source only non-GMO ingredients. We partner with people & places we trust - to grow the organic oats and the organic berries to make our granola bars wonderfully wholesome & delicious! We love to hear your feedback! Contact us at www.Annies.com. Certified organic by Oregon Tilth. We reduce our bunny footprint by using: 100% recycled paperboard. Renewable energy credits. Please reduce your footprint, too! Recycle/Reuse this box. Made in USA.
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