All natural cereal. Good source of protein. Low sodium. High fiber. Wheat free. Made for people who like great muesli, like we do! Enjoy hot or cold with milk, yogurt, juice or plain. Seitenbacher is a natural food manufacturer located in south west Germany. Inspired by the overwhelming nature of the German countryside and while born in a family of millers, Willi Pfannenschwarz founded Seitenbacher in 1980 driven by his passion for healthy food that also tastes great he designed this kind of cereal. As Seitenbacher we care about a healthy environment in reducing packaging material. That is why we don't use big boxes to put our cereals in. To provide you with only the best, we work in long term partnerships with our farmers in Germany. So you can be sure this cereal is the most natural and grown on healthy and environmentally safe farm land. To learn more about Seitenbacher and our natural food visit our website: www.seitenbacher.com. We know that food is what makes your body do the things you want to do everyday. We want to provide you with what you need to get ready for your day. This perfect breakfast cereal. Also delicious for a quick office lunch or healthy snack throughout your day. At Seitenbacher we care most about your health so we use the best all natural ingredients. The goodness of whole grains. Providing fibers. Providing protein. Sealed in a keep fresh pack. Cholesterol free. Low in sodium. Best all natural German grains. No artificial sweeteners. No artificial colors. No artificial flavors. No preservatives. That is what makes Seitenbacher not only a part of a good breakfast. Enjoy with milk, yogurt or plain. For people who love great cereal, like we do! Made for people who like great Muesli, like we do! Certified organic by: ABCERT AG. Manufactured in Germany.
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