Made with chia, buckwheat & hemp. Enjoy hot or cold. 10 breakfasts. Gluten free. Great source of protein and omega-3. Good source of fiber, calcium & iron. Low sodium. Non GMO Project verified. nongmoproject.org. While chia is an exciting new food trend, it is actually a rediscovery of an ancient superfood dating back to the time of the Aztecs, who regarded Chia so highly it was used as currency. Here at Nature's Earthly Choice out currency is healthy eating, so we have created tasting variety of gluten free Chia based cereals - Original, Apple Cinnamon, Cranberry Ginger and Chocolate. Our Chia Goodness cereals combine the textures and delicious flavors of Chia, buckwheat and soft shelled hemp seeds. Together this trio of Superfoods provides a good source of omega-3, fiber, calcium, iron and one servings pack 6 grams of protein! Our cereals are easy to make and delicious. Simply add your beverage - hemp, soy, or almond milk wait a few minutes for chia to absorb the liquid and you have a great tasting and filling breakfast or midday snack. For variety you can supercharge your breakfast by sprinkling our Chia goodness onto your yogurt, granola, or oatmeal. Simply, healthy, delicious - and easy to prepare! At Nature's Earthly Choice, we are all about taking the Earth's most nutritious foods and making them easy to prepare and easy to love. We always try to bring the best of Mother Nature to your table. www.earthlychoice.com. Packed in USA.
Natures Earthly Choice
12 oz (340 g) x 6
11 per pack
It's easy to make Chia Goodness! No cooking required! 1. Measure 2 tablespoons of Chia Goodness into your bowl. 2. Add 4 tablespoons (1/4 cup) hot or cold water of your choice of milk. Stir well. 3. Wait 3-5 minutes, or until it thickens. Tips: Time varies with temperature and type of liquid used. Add fresh fruit if desired.
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