100% Natural

by Scott on 03/12/2011

I’m a big fan of granola–not the type that has all kinds of terrible surprises like dried fruit and cinnamon flavoring.  I like kind that manufacturers like Back To Nature call “Classic.” Lindsay bought this package for me last week and it is really good stuff, but as far as I’m concerned, granola makers who attempt the “Classic” variety are all chasing the Kroger generic brand “100% Natural Cereal” cereal.  It got me thinking that the 100% Natural tag is an ambitious slogan, but one that is not at all uncommon.

Another notable in this genre:  Heartland Granola Cereal (original variety of course). Come on folks, give boring food another try.

Scott Ramon

There are 5 comments in this article:

  1. 03/23/2011Anonymous says:

    Kroger brand granola is still the best! Oh, what I would give to have some now!

  2. 03/23/2011Allison says:

    That was me who wrote that about the granola 🙂

  3. 03/23/2011Scott says:

    You are correct. I’ve had Kroger “100% Natural Cereal” cereal at exactly two places: Lindsay’s parents house, and your place in Chicago. Lucky for me, they brought me some when they visited last weekend.

  4. 04/4/2011Lindsey Towne says:

    I’ll have to try that one. I like the Quaker Oats and Honey granola best. Aaron likes the granola with raisins. Gross!

  5. 04/14/2012Holly says:

    I was looking for information on Kroger brand granola because it is simply the best. I am happy to see there are other fans out there.