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Bear Naked, Granola, Fruit And Nut, 12-Oz

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Original price $4.36 - Original price $4.36
Original price
$4.36
$4.36 - $4.36
Current price $4.36

enlarged by nature to show TRUE texture. THE RECIPE THAT STARTED IT ALL. Fruit and Nut is a delicious, soft-baked blend of whole grain oats, hearty nuts and tasty fruits. Word to our Mother! Ever since our very first batches of granola, we've been searching for ways to un-invent food and celebrate the variety Mother Nature provides... To high-five her for offering such a delicious pantry of pure and natural ingredients. Simply put, we thoughtfully craft our unique recipes by considering what each ingredient brings to the party - unlocking delightful combinations of bold flavors, rich textures, mouthwatering aromas and REAL nutrition that makes your body smile! So consider this package your official invitation to strip away the clutter and truly live your life. To Live Bear Naked. It's an invitation to enjoy a feel-good adventure of the senses with every bite. We're aboard a party boat on the river of life and you're on the guest list. Join in our discoveries, - THE BEAR NAKED TEAM. Bear Naked Sustainable Packaging Project. Bear Naked has partnered with TerraCycle in an effort to rethink the way packaging affects our planet. When this bag is empty, please don't throw it away. Hop online, get a form and return it to us. You'll even be rewarded for your efforts. TERRACYCLE. REDUCE. REUSE. REPURPOSE. Bear Naked Sustainable Packaging Project. http://bearnaked.com/sustainable.asp. Get Bear Naked. Enjoy our other tasty products: Grain-ola Bars. - fruit + nut. - tropica

Need help finding fruits and nuts in nature? There's no better guide than a bear. Want a companion to share their Fruit and Nut Granola, with Non-GMO project verified whole grain oats, honey, almonds, coconut, raisins, dried cranberries, pecans, and walnuts? You should probably ask a human. We're just going to come out with it. Bears make the decisions around here. They pick out the ingredients, create new flavors, and taste-test every batch of granola we make. Nothing goes out the door before it gets their bear stamp of approval. Now you may be thinking, why? Employing wild, unpredictable animals seems like a terrible business plan. Sure, we admit sometimes things can get a little awkward, like when the company picnic is BYOB (bring your own bees). But the truth is, the bears keep us honest. Their instincts always point them to the highest quality foods found in the wild.