I have just recently been given the chance of reviewing the gluten free cereals made by Nature’s Path UK. Now I do have a confession, I have never been a lover of cereals, but after trying Natures Path, it is now quite clear to me, I was not buying the right products!
I was instantly drawn to the purple coloured packet of Nice and Nobbly Granola with the tempting description of blueberries, raspberries, strawberries and yogurt chunks, upon opening the packet, which incidentally is resealable, the smell of the fruits escape in front of you.
I added a small amount of milk to my dish of granola and I was greeted with a great taste with every spoonful and the milk left in my bowl was full of fruity taste.
Now to the Maple Sunrise, now for me this is very moreish, I could dip my hand into the box all day, I’m even crunching as I write! Lovely crunchy cereal with a great maple syrup taste.
Nature’s Path Mesa Sunrise, again a lovely crunch, without the sweet taste, so great for everyone who doesn’t want a sweet start to the day.
I was really happy to see none of the products where high in calories and you could start the day with around 200 calories.
About Nature’s Path…
Nature’s Path are a family business and they arrived in the United Kingdom in 1985 and they have firmly made themselves’ the preferred gluten free breakfast and have won Free From Food Awards.
All their products in the UK carry the Coeliac UK Crossed Grain Symbol and are organically produced.
You can buy Nature’s Path products in…
Sainsburys, Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, Waitrose, Ocado, The Co-operative and Booths
visit www.naturespath.co.uk for more information
For independent retailers wishing to stock Nature’s Path, their products are available through many wholesalers, take a look at Nature’s Path Wholesale Distributors