Kashi® Golden Goodness® Cereal 14.7 oz. Box
Crispy seven whole grain flakes & oat clusters. The seven whole grain company. Golden Goodness is a crowd pleaser! Light, toasty whole grain flakes and crispy clusters are tossed with a touch of honey and a kiss of molasses that are sure to make you smile. 43 g whole grains. 5 g fiber. At Kashi, our mission is to change healthy eating from effort to enjoyment. For over 25 years, we've been dedicated to making all natural high quality foods with positive nutrition and great taste. We hope living healthy also makes you happy! Whole grain flakes and crispy clusters. Here's a simple pleasure your whole family will love. Our Golden Goodness cereal is a tasty combination of our unique Seven Whole Grain blend and sweet corn, baked into light, toasty flakes with a touch of honey. Then we mix in crispy rolled oat and puffed wheat clusters, sweetened with a hint of molasses. With lots of nutritious whole grains and a naturally delicious taste, this golden flake and cluster combo is packed with pure goodness. Enjoy a light & crispy bowl of Kashi Golden Goodness cereal with great nutrition: High fiber - 5 g of fiber from our combination of whole grains. Whole grains - 43 g, over 3/4 of the 48 grams recommended daily. All natural - no artificial sweeteners, flavors, colors or preservatives. More ways the whole family can enjoy Golden Goodness: Mix into pancake batter for added whole grains. Top off some warm, chunky applesauce and peaches for a quick fruit crumble. Sprinkle Golden Goodness on Greek yogurt to add some crunch to your creamy treat. Natural Living Tip: Why are seven better than one? Just as it's important to have a variety of fruits and vegetables in your diet, getting the same variety in whole grains provides more nutrient diversity than eating just single grain foods. That's why at Kashi we use seven grains instead of one. Our unique blend provides fiber and an assortment of vitamins and minerals to make your body and taste buds happy. Whole Grain: 43 g or more per serving. Eat 48 g or more of whole grains daily. A smaller portion (3/4 cup) provides: 130 calories; 3 g total dietary fiber; 26 g whole grains; 1 g total fat; 5 g sugar. Exchange: 3 carbohydrates & 1 protein. The dietary exchanges are based on the Choose Your Foods: Exchange Lists for Diabetes, copyright 2008 by American Dietetic Association and American Diabetes Association.