Corn meal* and/or yellow corn flour*, grape* and/or pear* juice concentrate, sea salt. *Organic. Produced in a facility that uses peanuts, tree nuts and soy.
My husband went to Quality Foods yesterday with the instruction to try to find a Non GMO corn flakes, thinking that even if it was just 'OK' it would be worth it to get away from GMO corn. Well Kellog's corn flakes have always been a comfort food for me but no longer. Nature's Path Fruit Juice Sweetened Corn Flakes is now both our favourite corn flakes ... no contest. And the amount of sugar from the juice is within tolerable range for both of us with type 2 diabetes. We both love this product, it tastes better and the texture is better too and we will be trying a few other cereals soon too. We wholeheartedly give it a 5/5.
Milk makes it mushy unlike some of the other brands. I find it hard to finish a bowl of this stuff as it becomes more unappealing the longer it is in the milk. Its particularly annoying as the brands that are good look very similar to this brand and have all the usual "organic", "non GMO" appelations that normally would indicate an excellent product but this brand is not something I look forward to.
I've always liked this and will still use it (but now I'm in the market for a new favorite), but the last 12 boxes I got seem to be from a new process. As in "new but not improved." Now it's no longer a flake but is more puffed. More in the direction of a Special-K kind of thing, if you know that product. I guess the test panel people liked it better or they wouldn't have released it. [Or perhaps it's cheaper to make. Beats me?] Obviously I think it's a step backwards.