Well, what can I say, the new Nature’s Path Organic Envirokidz range is fabulous – just what you need from a breakfast cereal – Low in sugar, gluten free and information on how to save endangered species. What’s more the company behind it donate 1% of the sales to support the endangered species and environmental education for children worldwide.
This is really important, not just from a personal point of view, but teaching our children about the importance of the world around them and how they too can make choices that make a difference. The company Nature’s Path have a lovely family mission which is ‘To always leave the earth beter than we found it.’ This is from the Dad of the founder of Nature’s Path, Rupert Stephens.
Nature’s Path also have set themselves a massive goal to be Climate Neutral by 2020, this is a great challenge and they are also certified Zero Waste.
The cereal comes in two flavours – Leapin’ Lemurs which is peanut butter and chocolate and Choco Chimps which is just chocolate. These are already a favourite in Cananda and the US and now they are available to buy here. The brand behind these cereals are well reknowned for their gluten free breakfast cereals, that are usually found in the free-from aisle so you may not be aware of them – but please do take a look – I think for children these days, it is about ensuring that they get the right nutritional mix in their diet.
I had a bowl this morning, what I would say is that they are not overly sweet, which is good, I can’t stand these cereals that are, but also they didn’t go soggy – Every mouthful still had it’s crunch which I found very satisfying as a breakfast cereal. I personally like the peanut butter and chocolate one as the flavours are really good. We had a friend’s son stay over last night and he thought that the Choco Chimps were the best, just goes to show that even the children will opt for it.
So that’s the boys off to rugby, hoping that a bowl of these lovely cereals will keep them going until lunch, or at least snack time!
These cereals are now available at Tesco and at the moment are half price – so get down there and give them a go, £1.49 for a cereal that could just make a difference.