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I got Attuned with Erewhon Cereals

Posted Jun 29 2012 7:03am

Have I mentioned before how much I love getting packages? Well, who doesn’t though, right? Today I got a lovely package from the Attune team with three different types of Erewhon cereals . While I don’t usually eat cereal by itself I LOVE it as a topping for my yogurt! I have been wary of cereals for a long time now, I already know how many additives and sugars they contain and it’s pretty hard for me to find any cereal I like that meets my nutritional preferences.

Erewhon (Air-wahn) thinks similarly and they recognize that it’s important to expand the availability of packaged goods that are actually organic and healthy. Their cereals are allergy friendly as they contain no dairy, soy, peanuts, nor tree nuts. They are made in a peanut free, tree nut free, egg free, and dairy free facility. They offer many varieties of gluten-free and regular cereals (many more GF options than not, which is awesome!)

Erewhon cereals contain no: no synthetic additives or preservatives; no artificial colors/flavors; no hydrogenated or solvent extracted oils; no refined flour or sugar. Erewhon cereals always use: pure ingredients, organic whenever feasible; non-GMO ingredients; natural flavors; natural sweeteners; and simple processes for cereal production.

kefir, cocoa powder, brown rice cereal, and cherries

I got to try the Rice Twice, Brown Rice Cereal, and Raisin Bran. I really enjoyed eating the rice cereals by themselves as toppings, as you can see. It’s been my topping of choice instead of granola — adds a perfect delicate amount of crunch without the large amount of calories. I have some recipes in store to try out with the raisin bran as well although it tastes pretty darn great with just almond milk as well ;)

brown rice cereal as a topping on Arctic Zero frozen dessert

The cereals are available at Whole Foods, natural food stores, and co-ops nationwide, as well as online . Support what Attune is doing and connect to them via Facebook and Twitter .


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