Sponsored post | Nature's Path cereal

Bring a bit of wild to your family’s breakfasts this summer

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Organic cereal expert Nature’s Path now has three children’s cereals available in its ever popular Envirokidz range.

 Gorilla Munch, Leapin’ Lemurs and Choco Chimps use fun animal names, interesting facts and drawing activities on-pack to inspire children to care about the world they live in. 1% of sales are donated to support endangered species worldwide.

 Each animal featured on an Envirokidz pack represents an endangered or vulnerable species that Nature’s Path helps through its donations. Choco Chimps, for instance, (pictured above) raises money for the Jane Goodall Institute, which creates educational resources for local countries in Africa and promotes the importance of environmental stewardship.

 Gorilla Munch supports the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund, saving gorillas through community patrols and educating and empowering children to be the stewards of the rainforest. And finally, Leapin’ Lemurs helps the Lemur Conversation Foundation and the creation of an Envirokidz Centre, which in turn provides a community and education space in Madagascar.

 And as well as helping endangered species, Envirokidz cereals taste great too. Every product is dairy free, gluten free, vegan and organic. They’re made with simple ingredients, such as crunchy corn balls, peanut butter and fair trade cocoa, with no artificial ingredients or colourings added.

 All three flavours can be bought at Morrisons, with selected products also available at Ocado and at Tesco and Asda stores nationwide, priced around £2.99.

For more information visit www.naturespath.com.

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