Nature’s Path: Delivering the goods (Review & Giveaway)

A few months ago a delicious local product made it onto my “Favorite Things” list.   One of the staples in our pantry is the Gorilla Munch cereal by Envirokids.  It’s a slightly sweetened crunchy corn cereal that bears the distinction of having only three {3!} ingredients.  And, it’s made in Blaine, Washington – like THE Blaine that is only 10 minutes from my house!

Gorilla Munch isn’t the only noteworthy product coming out of this locally based company.  Envirokids products fall under the umbrella of Nature’s Path and their cereals, snacks and breakfast eats can be found in every grocery store in the county.  Over the past month we have had the pleasure and downright good fortune to try a variety of Nature’s Path breakfast products ranging from cereal to hot oatmeal to pack-and-go granola bars.  Weekday breakfasts in our house seem to be a crazy commotion of commiserating an alarm clock that didn’t go off, juggling a toddler who would rather play with her clothes instead of wear them and a car that totally didn’t get packed up the night before.  If I have the option to grab-and-go a healthy, organic snack, my morning starts off on a bit better foot.


OMG!  The first bite of this cereal was heaven and so was the last bite of the fourth bowl in one day.  Yum.  Yum.  Yum.  Think crunch corn balls (note Gorilla Munch),  fluffed rice puffs and granola all mixed together with a subtle vanilla nutty flavor.  Oh, and it’s gluten-free.  Simply D-E-V-I-N-E.

CRISPY RICE Snack Bars & LOTTA’ APRICOT Granola Bars

If the Ferry Family ever gets stranded in the car, we will have food rations for at least three weeks.  One of the miserable ways to turn a decent car trip into an ugly meltdown is a legitimately starving (or, at least she acts like we never feed her) toddler who cannot be swayed by anything other than FOOD!  The glove compartment is packed to the gills, the secret stash is under the storage compartment in the back seat and the console even has a nook for a small container of raisins.  The Crispy Rice Snack Bars and variety of Granola Bars fit into this scheme perfectly.  I want relatively healthy snack bars that are incredibly yummy and have ingredients I can pronounce and feel good about eating.  The variety of snack bars and granola bars is astounding and every single one of them is beyond scrumptious (even the hearty Sunny Hemp Granola Bar).

Nature’s Path $50,000 {!!!} Gardens for Good Grant Contest

Through June 15, 2010, Nature’s Path is accepting applications for a wonderful grant they are giving away.  Two winners will receive $25,000: a $10,000 for planning an organic garden in their community, an organic breakfast fundraiser hosted by Nature’s Path to help raise awareness for the project and the garden and coaching from Organic Gardening magazine to help ensure success with the project.  For more information or to enter click

Great products and support for a good cause – organic gardening in your community!

Three cheers for Nature’s Path – Hip, hip, hooray!!

Ready for the uber-cool giveaway!?

ONE lucky Sacred Bee Blog reader will win an assorted set of breakfast items from Nature’s Path!  Yummo!

  • Box of Crunch Vanilla Sunrise Cereal
  • Box of Peanut Buddy Granola Bars
  • Box of Lotta Apricotta Granola Bars
  • Box of Fruity Burst Crispy Rice Bars

Interested in entering the giveaway?

Comment on this post and tell me: What is your favorite healthy snack food?

Want additional entries? You must follow these directions and tell me about them via a comment on this post. Each of these options is available for one single entry per giveaway, not per day.

  • Subscribe via email – WordPress or Feedburner
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  • Link the Sacred Bee’s Blog to your website (you must send me the link or a screen shot via a comment on this post)
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  • Follow @sacredbee on Twitter and retweet this giveaway. Notify me of the retweet using a comment on this post. Only one entry per single retweet each day.
  • Follow Nature’s Path @naturespath on Twitter
  • Become a fan of Nature’s Path on Facebook

Winners will be drawn on Saturday, June 26, 2010 at 8:00pm PST.

Good luck!

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14 Responses to Nature’s Path: Delivering the goods (Review & Giveaway)

  1. Virginia says:

    What is my favorite healthy snack food? I absolutely love Wasa brand sourdough rye crackers. 5 ingredients, no fat, and only 35 calories per cracker (and they’re big!). The ingredients are whole grain rye flour, water, yeast, dry sourdough, & salt.

  2. Cathi Kosanovic says:

    Apricot granola bars..yum..sign me up. Next to peaches, apricots are my next favorite fruit.

  3. Maureen (suburban prep) says:

    Healthy snack food= carrots and hummus.

  4. I’m currently addicted to Trader Joe’s light kettle corn.

  5. My favorite healthy snack is fresh fruit like clementines, seedless grapes, and sliced strawberries 🙂 *Thanks* for the giveaway!

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  11. Kristen Van Sickle says:

    Almonds, Walnuts & Raisins all mixed up. Have some in a container on my desk, in the car and my purse! Helps craving other things that are super tasty, but no bueno for me!

  12. Emily N says:

    nuts and dried fruit

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