The front of the box states that the Pumpkin Flax Granola is an excellent source of ala omega-3 and contains 5 grams of fiber, 6 grams of protein and 0 grams of trans fat per 55 gram serving.
A review of the ingredients list shows all but the sea salt and tocopherols marked with an asterisk as organic including rolled oats, evaporated cane juice, soy oil, brown rice flour, pumpkin seeds, flax seeds, oat syrup solids, molasses, and cinnamon. There are no hydrogenated fats or high fructose corn syrup in this cereal, but it does contain soy and has that warning. Read the suggested articles on the truth about soy products. It also warns that the cereal is "produced in a facility that uses wheat, peanuts or tree nuts."
FAMILY RUN U.S. COMPANY
The green icing on the cake is that there is a message on one side signed by Arran Stephens, Founder & Garden-keeper, that explains the company, located in Blaine, Washington, is family-run and independent. The Nature's Path Organic logo on the front of the box notes "3 generations".
Arran says that he learned the importance of being a good steward of the land from growing up on an organic farm. His father Rupert taught him, "Always leave the Earth better than you found it." That affects everything they do at Nature's Path in putting people first, tracking down super foods, "supporting family & organic gardening, championing wildlife conservation and showing leadership in support for food banks and urban gardens."
If a consumer is not "thrilled" with the product, the company asks that they be contacted on the website and they will "make things right." They also list their Facebook facebook.com/naturespath and twitter @naturespath sites.