Though they show pictures of it in bowls, this Flax4Life treat is labeled as “snacking granola” and is meant for eating out of hand.
We only sampled the Cranberry Orange. It looks similar in ingredients to the other varieties of Flax4Life Flax Snacking Granola, aside from the flavor variations. We thought the soft, chewy texture of the sizable clusters was quite novel. It has a very much like a “bar” meets granola experience.
The orange zest was ever-present, which I loved, and the cranberries complimented the flavor profile nicely. But for me, the higher sugars aren’t quite justified. It’s just a tad sweeter than it needs to be (not sugary sweet though) and is definitely lacking in salt. We thought this snacking granola tasted rather flat. Some may like the low-sodium profile, but we found it in desperate need of a touch more to heighten and bring together the flavors. And unlike other Flax4Life products, I would hesitate on the snacking granola if you aren’t a fan of flax. Its seedy presence was more noticeable in the taste.
Though a bit high in sugars for our liking, the Flax4Life Snacking Granola has a respectable overall nutrition balance. It has a good dose of Omega 3 (2540 mg) and 5 grams of fiber and protein per serving.
The Facts on Flax4Life Flax Snaking Granola
Price: $6.50 per 11-ounce bag
Availability: Flax4Life Flax Snacking Granola is available in natural food stores (and some conventional grocers) throughout the U.S. It can also can be ordered online with ease, and even directly from the company’s website (they are great with shipping!), but only within the U.S. at this time.
Certifications: Flax4Life Flax Snacking Granola is Certified Gluten-Free.
Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Flax4Life Flax Snacking Granola is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free (the chocolate variety does contain soy lecithin), and vegetarian. Select varieties are vegan (some contain honey). Nonetheless, check with the company on their manufacturing processes for all varieties if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. Processes and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company / product.
For More Product Information: Visit the Flax4Life website at flax4life.net.