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Nature's Path Love Crunch Gingerbread Granola

Hey neighbors!

Looking for a great organic snack?  Look no further!  Nature's Path has Gingerbread Love Crunch Granola.  Does that sound good to you?


Here is some information from Nature's Path:

A festive new premium granola, Gingerbread Love Crunch is also a gift that gives back. As part of the company’s Bite4Bite initiative, Nature’s Path will donate the equivalent to every bag sold in cash and organic food to a food bank, promising to help brighten the holidays of those in need.

Like all Nature’s Path products, Gingerbread Love Crunch is 100% USDA certified organic, which means it doesn’t contain artificial preservatives, additives, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) or synthetic pesticides. Additionally, Gingerbread Love Crunch is a Fair Trade Certified product, which directly helps improve the lives of farmers and their families in developing countries.


Gingerbread is one of my favorite flavors!  This would make a really nice snack for your children.  Healthy too!  Or maybe you could set some out for guests during your holiday festivities.  Or just because you like the taste!  Pick up a bag of Nature's Path Love Crunch Gingerbread Granola.  My daughter said this would be great for breakfast with a glass of milk!

One neighbor will receive a 8.5 oz. bag of Nature's Path Love Crunch Gingerbread Granola.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive samples of Nature's Path Love Crunch Gingerbread Granola.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.




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Comments

jlapage said…
Peanut Choco™ Granola Bars.
latanya t said…
Sunrise® Crunchy Vanilla
Miranda said…
I'm a sucker for gingerbread!
Colleen Maurina said…
I also would love to try their Love Crunch Dark Chocolate & Red Berries.

colljerr at comcast dot net
Earthy Mama said…
This looks so so so yummy!
Katherine said…
pumpkin pie would be a great flavor!

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