Cereal Project > Kashi > GOLEAN Clusters Vanilla Pepita
Introduced in 2016
If you took a quick look at the box, you might think this product is called "Plant Power" cereal because those words are so prominent on the packaging. On the back of the box, we're told that Plant Power is "a synergistic combination of unique plant-based ingredients for powerful nutrition and amazing taste." The unique ingredients in GOLEAN Clusters Vanilla Pepita are described as follows:
Pepitas - nutty-sweet pumpkin seeds with good fats
Red Beans - rolled red beans that add fiber, protein and complex carbs
Pea Crisps - light and crispy, plant protein from yellow peas
Sorghum - a nutritious ancient grain, popped to perfection
A Kashi press release from February 16, 2016 says, "Kashi GOLEAN Clusters Vanilla Pepita Cereal puts a new, progressive spin on the satisfying taste and texture of GOLEAN. Featuring a tasty blend of plant-powered ingredients that simply #GoTogether, like popped sorghum, rolled red beans, pea crisps, nutty pepitas and real vanilla, this light and crispy cereal provides inherent, balanced nutrition you'd expect from nature."
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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Comments About This Cereal
What do you think of GOLEAN Clusters Vanilla Pepita?
Overall Average Rating = 1 (out of 5)
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This cereal is so nasty. I had to go online to find out who shared the same views. No reviews here yet - so figured I'd start my quest for helping others avoid making the same mistake I did by buying two boxes of this mildly flavored chopped up popcorn. Ending up having to throw them away. Nasty stuff, just nasty.
Comment submitted: 8/19/2016 (#20721)
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