Like Kashi much? I happen to be a huge fan of Kashi Cereal. It is more than a thumbs up kind of like. I mean, I REALLY love Kashi Cereal. I could eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I never have done so, but I definitely could!
When the whole controversy about Kashi not being all-natural because of its GMO content came out, I was very disappointed. How could Kashi do that and more importantly, how could I give up my Kashi Cereal? There is nothing that tastes better when you're in a hurry and want something good and good for you. For me, it wasn't just the nutrition, it was also the taste. I was very sad.
Then I ran into an article written by the Huffington Post and they found that Kashi, about a year ago, partnered with the Non-GMO project and have since earned approval on 7 of their food products! And among the 7 are my cereals, which include Island Vanilla, Cinnamon Harvest and Autumn Wheat! That makes me happy!
Another thing that makes me happy is that I found a place where I can get a never-ending stream of coupons for my Kashi addiction. Have you ever heard of Recyclebank? The basic idea is do something good for the environment and get Recyclebank Points that you can redeem for thousands of goodies!
So for instance, with my Kashi cereal--I recycle a Kashi box and provide Recyclebank a special code written inside the box. Every box I recycle I get 50 points. When I earn 60 points, I get a coupon for $2 off 2 boxes of Kashi! I can accumulate points and use them for many other great rewards or I can choose to donate them to one of Recyclebank's green projects!
Besides Kashi there are many more participating companies who care about the planet and will reward you for helping them take care of it. For instance, Stonyfield, Macy's, Sodastream, Dick's Sporting Goods, Bumblebee, Sunglass Hut, Shoebuy.com and many more will give you valuable rewards for helping the planet. You can register at Recyclebank and start getting rewards for going greener.
Recyclebank helps create a more sustainable future by rewarding people for taking everyday green actions with discounts and deals from more than 3,000 local and national businesses.
Not only can I feel good about feeding my Kashi addiction, but I can feel good about helping make the planet a better place!
Disclaimer: I was not compensated in any way for this post.