Alpen Cereal No Sugar No Salt, 14 OZ (Pack of 12)


sku: 055712025728
$ 55.77 


All natural. Excellent fiber source. Very low sodium. Muesli recipes date back to late nineteenth century Switzerland, where they were first created to promote optimum nutrition and serve as the cornerstone for a healthy lifestyle and wholesome food plan. With these lofty goals in mind, Alpen was launched in the 1960's and it's been a family favorite ever since. Alpen no sugar added is a simple, satisfying way to limit your sugar intake. We blend benefit-rich whole gain rolled oats, barely and wheat flakes with toasted hazelnuts, sliced almonds, and raisins for naturally sweet taste that's hearty and delicious. Alpen no sugar added is packed with whole grain fiber and supplies you with 7 grams of protein per serving. Enjoy Alpen hot or cold with milk or try it with fruit and yogurt for a healthy on-the-go snack. Heart Healthy: Soluble fiber from foods such as oats and barley, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease. A serving of Alpen No Sugar Added supplies 0.82 grams of the 3 grams per day of soluble fiber from oats and barley necessary per day to have this effect. Dietary Features: Excellent source of fiber; 88% of your daily whole grain needs; nonGMO; very low sodium; no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives; excellent source of phosphorus; lacto-ovo vegetarian; 0 g trans fat per serving; no cholesterol; kosher. Since the 1960's, Alpen's timeless blend of simple whole grains, fruits, nuts and seeds has been a high-energy breakfast favorite. Free from artificial preservatives, flavors or colors. Alpen is a wonderful way to energize your day. Go whole grains! Whole Grain: 42 g or more per serving. The whole grains council is North America's only non-profit advocate of whole grain nutrition. Product of Canada.

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