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Blackberry Hills
From: Kashi
Introduced in 2013

This cereal is described on the front of the box as "organic crispy rice and wheat flakes with blackberries." Additional descriptive texts states: "Experience berry goodness with Blackberry Hills! Delight in our crispy rice and wheat flakes baked to perfection and bursting with organic blackberry tart-sweet deliciousness."

The side of the box encourages consumers to "Discover Blackberries" with the following text: "Did you know the blackberry belongs to the same family as the rose? Both plants have vine-like branches, but the blackberry's thorns are actually called 'prickles.' The fruit is made up of several drupelets in a bunch similar to the raspberry, but blackberries aren't hollow like their crimson cousin. It actually takes two years for a new blackberry plant to produce its first fruit."

The ingredients in this cereal as of March 2013 were listed as organic long grain rice, organic hard red wheat, organic evaporated cane juice, organic freeze-dried blackberries, organic brown rice syrup and sea salt.

Blackberry Hills Cereal From Kashi

Company Description: 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... Read on and see all cereals from Kashi
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