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Nature’s Path launches regenerative organic instant oatmeal

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April 24, 2020, Richmond, B.C. – Nature’s Path, a family-owned organic breakfast and snack food company, has launched a limited-edition product that brings to life the company’s vision of combatting climate change.

The company said in a statement that it believes that tackling climate change can begin with food, and that is why, in addition to its commitment to sustainable packaging, being carbon neutral and operating environmental giveback programs, it is launching its first line of Regenerative Organic Certified Instant Oatmeal.

Grown on an organic farm and cultivated with specific methods that capture more carbon from the atmosphere, every bowl of the new oatmeal helps to tackle climate change. Nature’s Path Regenerative Organic Oats are the result of the company’s pioneering efforts, alongside The Regenerative Organic Alliance to advance regenerative organic agriculture.

The launch of Regenerative Organic Oats and Nature’s Path’s continued investment in sustainability programs, comes at a time when consumers are looking to make a real impact despite such uncertainty in the world, the company stated.


Arran Stephens, Nature’s Path founder and chair, said now is the time for other companies to follow suit and implement more environmently friendly farming solutions.

“We can choose to continue as we were, or our recovery can build a more just and sustainable society. At Nature’s Path, we believe changing the way we grow our food can change the world.”

Nature’s Path is North America’s largest organic breakfast and snack food company and produces USDA and Canadian-certified organic and non-GMO project-verified breakfast and snack foods sold in grocery and natural food stores in more than 50 countries around the world. Founded in 1985, Nature’s Path is headquartered in Richmond, B.C. and employs hundreds of people at four facilities in Canada and the United States.

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