Classic Rolled Oats

Classic Rolled Oats

Kodiak Cakes

Classic Rolled Oats

Kodiak Cakes

Roll, roll, roll your oat. These classic rolled oats from Kodiak Cakes make a mean breakfast that'll stick with you for the long haul (or at least 'til lunch).

Sustainable goodness

By working with non-GMO farms and Recycle Utah, Kodiak Cakes takes special care to lower their environmental impact from sourcing to packaging.

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Why we love it

Make your most important meal of the day the most delicious one, too. This canister of old-fashioned rolled oats has loads of fiber for a breakfast with staying power. Kodiak Cakes' food is inspired by the frontier days when folks had to eat a filling, healthy breakfast before a hard day's work. You might not be milking cows or tilling fields after eating these oats, but you'll still be powered up and ready to take on the day.

Ingredients

Allergens:

Contains milk. Due to processing on shared equipment, contains trace amounts of soy, tree nuts, and wheat.

Shipping

Hive orders take 24 hours to process and ship via ground shipping.

How it does good

Working with our planet, never against it

Kodiak Cakes isn’t interested in cutting corners when it comes to their ingredients. They partner with non-GMO farms because genetically-modified crops can have negative consequences that affect our environment and our bodies. Before they agree to source an ingredient, Kodiak ensures that the farm works with nature as an ally, not an adversary. They also partner with Recycle Utah to reduce environmental impact from landfill waste to energy usage to staff carbon footprints. By 2023, they will publish their “green goals,” a list of seven pledges they are making to our earth.

  • responsible sourcing

    All of Kodiak Cakes' ingredients are non-GMO certified. They choose to source from non-GMO farms because they grow with our delicate eco-system in mind.
  • low carbon footprint

    Kodiak Cakes recently partnered with Recycle Utah, a non-proft that provides environmental education to individuals and businesses.

How to use it

Take on the day with old-fashioned oats that're packed with filling fiber.

When you're done...

The canister can be recycled in your cubside bin. The plastic top should be sent to TerraCycle for recycling.

These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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About the Brand

Kodiak Cakes

Kodiak Cakes

Kodiak Cakes began in 1982 when Penny Clark sent her 8-year-old son into the neighborhood with a red wagon full of paper bags that were filled with her father’s heirloom flapjack mix and simple instructions written on the bags. He returned with an empty wagon and lifelong plans. Kodiak Cakes has grown, but they remain family-owned and still make each product as if they were crafting a delicious family recipe to share with friends and neighbors. They're committed to keeping the great outdoors wild.
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