- The Seven Whole Grain Company
- Organic Promise
- USDA Organic
- Organic Crispy Rice & Wheat Flakes with Berries
- Non GMO Project Verified
- 18g Whole Grains
- Good Source of Fiber
- Certified Organic by Quality Assurance International
- Whole Grain 18g or More Per Serving
- Eat 48g or More of Whole Grains Daily
Taste the sun-sweet fruits of strawberry Fields! Our crispy rice and wheat flakes pair perfectly with ripe strawberries and raspberries for a naturally sweetened organic fruit fusion.
One of America's favorite fruits, the strawberry is not only juicy and sweet, it contributes antioxidants like Vitamin C. It's nicknamed an "accessory" fruit because it's the only fruit that wears its seeds on the outside. This spring crop flourishes in moist, temperate climates where the berries ripen in the warm sun.
You can put your faith in the quality and purity of Kashi Strawberry Fields Certified Organic cereals, because our growers follow farming methods that restore, maintain and enhance ecological harmony. They also avoid the use of prohibited conventional synthetic pesticides and genetic modification. That's our promise to you.
Kashi friends, Since 1984, Kashi has cared about making foods with the health of people and planet in mind. We've stayed true to our seven whole grain roots and remain passionate about providing a progressive and holistic approach to nutrition.
Now we're taking our mission a step further. Today, only 1% of U.S. cropland is organic and around 70% of packaged foods contain GMOs (genetically modified organisms). At Kashi, we want to do our part in creating a more balanced food system. We're still small at heart, but big enough now to make a meaningful impact.
Our commitment: By the end of 2015 over half our food will be Non-GMO Project Verified*.
But we won't stop there. We'll continue to increase the use of organic and non-GMO ingredients where possible while making sure to continue to provide the positive nutrition you expect from us.
Why 2015? There simply aren't enough non-GMO and organic ingredients, and it takes time to partner with farmers to convert conventional farms. Once we obtain these ingredients, we need to make sure the nutrition and taste of the food are consistent with the high quality you expect from us.