oats & honey clusters with toasted coconut

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product description

Our classic super grain clusters including oats, buckwheat, millet, amaranth, and quinoa coated in honey with a touch of toasted coconut. The sweet, crunchy clusters are the perfect addition to your morning yogurt bowl or on top of your afternoon smoothie.

Contains 6g of fat per serving. Made in facility that processes peanuts, tree nuts, soy and sesame seeds.

what's in these clusters?

what's not in these clusters?
Methylcellulose - This cellulose compound adds additional bulk to food products, but it also reduces their nutritional value. We'll pass, thanks.
Featured Ingredients

5 super grain blend

Naturally gluten free for the last 10,000 years, these little grains and seeds (Yes, Buckwheat is actually the seed of a flowering fruit!) pack a nutty flavor and make this whole grain party much more tasty then oats alone.


Our honey is a special blend made from various wild flower varieties - its subtle sweetness doesn't overpower and creates the perfect texture to hold together wholesome ingredients.


Fun fact: coconuts are actually a stone fruit (like a peach) and not a nut. Raw, dried or toasted - you name it, we got it.

For a full list of ingredients, refer to the ingredients list on package.

what about the texture?

  1. soft
  2. chewy
  3. crunchy
  4. hard

ratings & reviews

3 reviews
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Lynn Curlett 4/7/2016


Honey Lemon Yogurt, Fresh Blueberries, and Kind Blueberry Granola the breakfast of healthy wonder women! Good for all the other times you are too lazy to cook as well.
Cameron 4/3/2016

Love this...

The quality in the oats is amazing. Tastes wonderful and easy to snack on. #nonGMO
Tyler 1/22/2016

Great with milk!

I love the clusters! I have these, along with the breakfast bars and snack bars. I usually pour some clusters in a small bowl and add milk and eat them as if they were cereal. My only issue with the clusters is the carbohydrate count. 2o some per serving seems a bit high, so that why I use the small bowl, so I don't have to much carbs. Other than that, these clusters are a must in my shopping cart at the grocery store!

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