There is a historic argument in regards to whether the number one or number two is better. In the case of Nature’s Path’s latest launch, two is absolutely better than one. The company has introduced not one, but two new lines under a range of keto products. The line includes two organic keto cereals in Cinnamon Toast Organic Keto and Dark Chocolate Organic Keto varieties, as well as three new Ketola Crunch™ granolas in Toasted Pumpkin Seed & Vanilla Nut, Dark Chocolate Chip & Nut, and Blueberry & Cinnamon Nut flavors.
"Our goal was to create a line of ultra-clean, 100 percent organic, plant-based keto options that are simply better for you," says Arjan Stephens, General Manager. "It's sometimes hard for people following a keto plan to get enough fiber, fruits, and vegetables. Our aim was to deliver cereals and granolas that can achieve all your keto goals, while still containing essential nutrients and vitamins."
All of Nature's Path's new keto products tout ingredients that are plant-based, gluten free, dairy free, and contain no artificial sweeteners or flavors while boasting of 7 grams of protein and just 3 grams of net carbs per serving, while the keto granolas offer 5 grams of protein and up to 3 grams of net carbs per serving.
Both Cinnamon Toast Organic Keto cereal and Dark Chocolate Organic Keto cereals provide a craveable eating experience without the added carbs. The Ketola Crunch granolas serve up all the flavor and nutrients of Nature's Path's regular cereals and granolas, minus the carbohydrates and sugars, a press release explained. All the Nature's Path keto products are ideal for those following a keto plan, or for people just looking for a delicious, low carb breakfast or snack.
"Consumers are increasingly looking for convenient ways to cut carbs, especially for breakfast," says Stephens. "I am so proud of this innovation, and that Nature's Path can now offer people clean, 100 percent organic, plant-based options that also taste great."
Nature's Path Keto cereals and granolas are now available nationwide at retailers including Whole Foods and Kroger.
So, have I settled the one versus two argument? No? Perhaps we’ll return to it another day. For now, follow along with DMN for the industry’s latest news.