The Kashi Company was created in 1984 as a producer of Kashi Pilaf - a blend of 7 whole grains and sesame intended to be eaten as a hot breakfast cereal, a side-dish or a main meal for vegetarians. The company operated in relative obscurity until it began producing cold breakfast cereals. The Kashi Company was purchased by Kellogg's in 2000.
Today, the all-natural food company - operated as an independent unit of Kellogg's - produces more than 50 products, including cereals, nutrition bars, frozen waffles and other frozen entrees.
Introduced in 2003
As described by the front of the box, this cereal is made up of "abundantly delicious organic whole wheat biscuits".
It's similar to Frosted Mini-Wheats... minus the frosting... Read More
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For more about Kashi, visit their official website.