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Kashi 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.

Dark Cocoa Karma
Cereal Spotlight:
Dark Cocoa Karma Cereal
Introduced in 2016
This cereal is described on the front of the box as "shredded wheat biscuits with cocoa & cinnamon (that is) made with transitional wheat." While the box gives the impression that the biscuit pieces might be quite large, they are actually... Read More

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