- free of artificial flavors or preservatives (instead they use blueberry, pumpkin and carrot)
- no hydrogenated oils
- no high fructose corn syrup
- 14g of whole grain per serving
- made with whole grain oats
We don't eat a lot of cereal in our house, however Mom's Best will be on my radar when we do pick more up. I am looking forward to trying out the Honey Grahams and Blue PomWheat-Fuls. They also carry oatmeal - I definitely have to check that out!
Plus, Mom's Best Cereals supports renewable energy development by purchasing wind energy credits to offset 100% of the electricity consumed by the production of their products. Their recycling and water reduction efforts help conserve natural resources and even their boxes are printed with vegetable-based inks on recycled paperboard.
The only thing that I would love to see in the future for Mom's Best Cereals is the use of organic ingredients.
Have you tried Mom's Best Cereals?
I was not compensated in any way for this post, I just bumped into an amazing new company with products that I enjoyed and thought you might be interested.