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32 oz / $0.32 per oz
If you're yawning at the sight of your breakfast cereal, you may be eating a bowl of boring. Ditch that, and grab these instead. Heritage O's have simple ingredients, but enough flavor to "wow" you.
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Whoever said "simple" means "dull" clearly never had a bowl of Nature's Path cereal. Somehow, some way, those geniuses take a few recognizable ingredients—like oats and quinoa—and transform them into something worthy of a second bowl. We like to think of their Heritage O's as a blank canvas. You'll find us adding berries, bananas, or other little touches that make it uniquely "ours." How you enjoy them is up to you, but rest assured: you will enjoy them.
AllergensContains wheat. Produced in a facility that uses peanuts, tree nuts, or soy.
- BIPOC Owned
- Women Owned
- Sustainable Agriculture
- TerraCycle Packaging
- Carbon Minimal
- Renewable Energy
- Zero Waste Manufacturing
- Poverty & Hunger
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Hive Five™ Certified
No need to guess what's in your food or how it was made. Our experts vet every product for ingredient integrity, responsible sourcing, and great taste using our own criteria called the Hive Five.
low carbon footprint
How it does good
Making the world better one bowl at a time
In our fast-paced culture, it’s important to have an easy breakfast on hand, but that doesn’t mean the food itself should cut corners. Nature’s Path knows the importance of nourishing people and limiting environmental impact. Their breakfast cereal, oatmeals, and granola are made with USDA-certified organic ingredients grown in North America. All of these suppliers are certified through third parties that take a magnifying glass to their process. Nature’s Path doesn’t stop at nourishing your family, either. Through their Eat Well Do Good program, they serve healthy, organic food to those who don’t have access to it. So every item you buy is helping to feed undernourished communities.
Working with U.S. and Canadian organic farms is not the easiest or cheapest way, but it’s the only way Nature’s Path can ensure the earth is being cared for and their products are safe and healthy for your family.Learn More
low carbon footprint
Enjoy a breakfast that was made in a zero-waste production facility that’s on its way to being certified as climate neutral. Nature’s Path works to limit their electricity, water, and power usage as much as possible.Learn More
supporting key causes
In addition to Eat Well Do Good, Nature's Path also supports 3 community gardens through Gardens for Good.Learn More
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About the Brand
Nature’s Path was founded in Vancouver BC in 1985 by Arran and Ratana Stephens. The company started out as (and still is today) a passionate, family-run company that makes delicious, organic breakfast and snack foods. Over the last 30 years Nature’s Path has grown to be North America’s largest certified organic breakfast and snack food company with a product line of over 150 cold cereals, granolas, hot oatmeal, waffles, bars, and cookies.Shop Brand
How to use
Pour yourself a big bowl of O's and toss in a few "surprises" like blueberries or sliced banana.
What People Are Saying
- Heritage Ohs
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Heritage O's cereal.
Great non-soggy Cheerios alternative
I love this cereal. They don't get soggy or slimy.
I love this cereal
It is like Cheerios but they don't go soggy.
Tasty product and doesn’t get soggy with milk like Cheerios
Greatest Cereal Ever!
My whole family eats this it’s high-protein high-fiber my two-and three year-olds like it just as much as my 40yr old husband and myself! It’s way better tasting than cheerios! Buy it you won’t regret it!