Morning Summit

Lightly Sweetened Maple Berry Blend Cereal

We start by baking tasty cereal flakes that we break into crunchy clusters. Then, we gently blend the clusters into a mixture of almonds and dried fruit for a bountiful mix of deliciousness. From there, the only thing left is to pour this hearty cereal blend into a bag, seal it up and ship it off for you to enjoy as breakfast or a snack.

15g whole grain per serving (at least 48g recommended daily)

Contains Almond, Wheat, and Coconut Ingredients

Ingredients You Can See:

  • Check mark icon Almonds
  • Check mark icon Cereal flakes made with whole grains
  • Check mark icon Dried cherries
  • Check mark icon Dried cranberries
  • Check mark icon Pumpkin seeds

Ingredients

Almonds, Whole Grain Wheat, Organic Maple Syrup, Whole Grain Oats, Sugar, Dried Coconut, Pumpkin Seeds, Organic Coconut Oil, Dried Sweetened Cranberries (cranberries, sugar, glycerin), Dried Sweetened Cherries (cherries, sugar, glycerin), Corn Bran, Brown Sugar Syrup, Vanilla Extract, Salt, Vitamin E (Mixed Tocopherois) added to preserve freshness.

Contains Almond, Wheat, and Coconut Ingredients
A glass jar of Morning Summit cereal with a small bag of almonds and a ramekin of cranberries
Nutrition Facts
About 19 servings per container
Serving Size 2/3 cup (55g)
Amount Per Serving Morning Summit Cereal with 1/2 cup skim milk
Calories 280 320
% Daily Value **
Total Fat  15g* 19% 21%
Saturated Fat  6g 30% 35%
Trans Fat  0g
Cholesterol  0mg 0% 2%
Sodium  75mg 3% 6%
Potassium  260mg 7% 13%
Total Carbohydrate  29g 11% 13%
Dietary Fiber  5g 18% 18%
Total Sugars  12g
Incl. Added Sugars  9g 18% 18%
Protein  6g
Vitamin D  0mcg 0% 8%
Calcium  60mg 4% 15%
Iron  1.9mg 10% 10%
Potassium  260mg 6% 8%
* Amount in cereal. A serving of cereal plus skim milk provides 16g Total Fat(7g Saturated Fat), less than 5mg Cholesterol, 130mg Sodium, 35g Total Carbohydrate (18g Total Sugars), 11g Protein, 1.6mcg Vitamin D, 210mg Calcium, and 450mg Potassium.
** The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.