Wild & Free Blueberry Chia Muesli

Wild & Free Blueberry Chia Muesli

Seven Sundays

Wild & Free Blueberry Chia Muesli

Seven Sundays

The tastiest reason to get out of bed, this mix of gluten-free oats is packed with blueberries, chia seeds, and buckwheat. It has everything you'd want in a healthy and delicious breakfast and more.

Sustainable goodness

Every Seven Sundays mix is made with only real ingredients and without artificial flavors, refined sugar, GMOs, or gluten.

  • Gluten Free
  • Orthodox Union Kosher Certified Kosher
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Why we love it

Inspired by the founders' love for foraging wild blueberries on the North Shore of Lake Superior, this vibrant blend of chewy fruits, crunchy chia, and a little bit of lemon is the perfect way to start your day. Plus, it has none of those unwanted ingredients like refined sugar. It's all real and all delicious. Add it to your milk or yogurt, top it off with fruit, or even eat it on its own (our favorite method).

Ingredients

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Allergens:

Tree Nuts. Made on equipment that also processes sesame and soy. May contain pit or shell fragments.

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How it does good

Creating a better breakfast from the ground up

Seven Sundays is on a journey to do better every day. For them, that means working in harmony with nature and helping improve the health of the soil, farmers, consumers, and planet. Their cereal is made with Midwest-grown, upcycled sunflower protein sourced from local regenerative organic farmers. A proud B Corporation, Seven Sundays meets the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose.

  • supporting key causes

    Seven Sundays is part of 1% For the Planet, a global movement inspiring businesses and individuals to support environmental solutions. They're also members and sit on the board of a local non-profit, Renewing the Countryside. Seven Sundays also donates to Everymeal, a local childhood hunger organization, and have made several one-time donations to local food banks and social justice initiatives.
  • responsible sourcing

    Seven Sundays purchases farm-direct buckwheat, flax, sunflowers, maple syrup, and honey from local farmers. Their fruits and nuts are sourced from the greater Midwest or the West Coast, but they work directly with the producers so they understand how it's all grown and processed. In partnership with Oatly, Grain Millers, Practical Farmers of Iowa and Sustainable Food Lab, Seven Sundays is also contracting with farmers for transitional and organic oats grown in the corn belt.
  • low carbon footprint

    Food waste at Seven Sundays's co-packing facilities is collected by local farmers for animal feed.
  • Certified B Corp
  • Certified Non-GMO

How to use it

Warm it up. Eat it cold. Either way, you can use it as a topping to your favorite yogurt or eat it by itself (it's that good).

When you're done...

The packaging is recyclable through TerraCycle by following our special instructions.

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

About the Brand

Seven Sundays

Seven Sundays

After falling in love with muesli and its intentional ingredients on their New Zealand honeymoon, Hannah and Brady Barnstable started Seven Sundays with one mission: clean up the cereal aisle. They believe the way we start our day matters, and when we eat well in the mornings, we rise and shine for the rest of the world. Over the past ten years, Seven Sundays has grown exponentially but remains the same small business with a big heart. Every cereal and mix is made to inspire others to live more simply and deliberately.
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