Quaker 8 Pack Organic Variety Assorted Instant Oatmeal 8 ea
2 packets - Harvest Apple & Cinnamon Spice. 3 packets - Maple & Brown Sugar. 3 packets - Original. Harvest Apple & Cinnamon Spice: Flavor with other natural flavors. Maple & Brown Sugar: Flavor with other natural flavors. Per Packet: Harvest Apple & Cinnamon Spice: 150 calories; Maple & Brown Sugar: 150 calories; Original: 100 calories. Heart Healthy. Diets rich in whole grim foods and other plant foods and low in saturated fat and cholesterol may help reduce the risk of heart disease. USDA Organic. Grown & processed organically. USDA Verified: Trained, accredited agents that regularly inspect growers and processors to ensure USDA standards are met. Certified Organic by Oregon Tilth. 100% Whole Grain: 27 g or more per serving. 100% of the grain is whole grain. WholeGrainCouncil.org. Eat at least three one ounce equivalent (3 servings) of whole grains per day for fiber and overall health. Each oatmeal packet contains a one ounce equivalent (1 serving) of whole grains. Good source of fiber. Not a low calorie food. Non GMO Project Verified nongmoproject.org. Estd. 1877. Organic Certified Organic Oats: These little whole grains pack quite the punch. They are Certified USDA Organic. On top of that, they are a good source of fiber. It’s deliciously tasty and you won’t find artificial flavors, preservatives or added colors in these oats. Made with approved ingredients according to the national list of allowed & prohibited substances. No artificial preservatives flavors or added colors. Quakeroats.com. how2recycle.info. SmartLabel: Scan for more food information or call 1-800-555-6287. Facebook. Twitter. For special offers, information & to join the conversation, visit: QuackerOats.com, Facebook.com/Quaker or (at)Quaker. We're here to help. Quakeroats.com or 800.555 6287. Please have package available when calling. Quaker Sustainability Pledge: We value our communities and are continually on the lookout for ways to reduce our environmental impact especially in areas of oat farming, packaging, and shipping. We've made progress, but there's more work to be done. Join us in our journey to take better care of the Earth. After all, that's where oats come from.