When I was a little girl, I fell in love with General Mills – Golden Grahams breakfast cereal. Unfortunately, my parents wouldn’t allow me to eat it (for reasons that were not so obvious to me at the time) and I was forced to sneak it whenever I could.
Recently, a friend gave me a few samples of an organic Cinnamon Crunch cereal. Let me just say, if you have been a lover of Golden Grahams cereal, then you will feel equally as pleased and satisfied with Cascadian Farms Cinnamon Crunch cereal.
Founded by Gene Kahn in 1972, Cascadian Farm is dedicated to preserving our planet for the future generations to come. Located in the Cascade Mountains of Washington, Cascadian Farm is a pioneer in organic farming. At the farm, crops are grown and the local ecosystem is protected by using sustainable organic farming methods.
I spoke with a lovely woman named Pat, a representative at Cascadian Farm. She was very nice and extremely helpful in answering all of my questions regarding the Cascadian Farm and the Cinnamon Crunch Cereal.
NI: It has been suspected that some companies put “organic” on their products for show and to increase sales. What guarantee do you give your consumers that Cascadian Farm products are really organic?
Pat: All of Cascadian Farm products are certified organic by the state of Washington as well as USDA certified. We conduct audits and inspections to ensure that the food we produce is organic and safe for our consumers. Cascadian Farm relies on natural biological systems for pest and weed control. We do not use genetic engineering or synthetic fertilizers in our farming processes. We are committed to preserving the quality and fertility of the soil, reducing soil erosion, as well as reducing the impact of agriculture on our environment. We stand firmly behind our products – 100%. We welcome you to visit our farm, anytime.
NI: That’s wonderful! I absolutely love the Cinnamon Crunch breakfast cereal. Do you have any cool recipes that incorporate the cereal?
Pat: Not at this time however, if you visit our website, there are some fabulous recipes that you may be able to substitute the Cinnamon Crunch into.
Pat continued by giving me a list of places in and around my neighborhood where I could find the delicious cereal that I was jamming into my mouth (while she spoke to me).
Long story short – I love it! A lot!