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Saturday, January 21, 2012

Seneca Farms Oatmeal Review

My favorite way to start the day is to have a great breakfast.  I love a big hardy breakfast on the weekends. Unfortunately on the week days we get up at 4:00 in the morning to get to work, so I don't really have time for a nutritious breakfast.  

I was recently selected through Family Review Network and Seneca Farms to try Seneca Farms Oatmeal.  I really liked the idea of throwing a nutritious, quick breakfast in my bag and heading out the door.  The fact that these are made with real fruit and requires no water makes them even better for the hectic weekday.  Just 45 seconds to heat in the microwave and then enjoy.

I received the Cranberry Apple and the Maple and Brown Sugar Oatmeal cups to review.  Both were good, but I enjoyed the Maple and Brown Sugar the best.  My son decided to take the Cranberry Apple to school.  He came home asking if there were any more so he could take for the rest of the week.

As a whole, we really enjoy a big breakfast, but when time does not permit eggs, bacon, and biscuits, the Seneca Farms Oatmeal Cups is perfect to start the day.

Other flavors available are Vanilla Peach and Apple Cinnamon which can be found in many grocery stores nationwide. The Seneca Oatmeal Cups retail for $2.49 to $2.89 average for a 2-pack.

About Seneca Farms
Our snack products are made in Yakima, WA, the gateway to the Cascade Mountains and where the Naches and Yakima Rivers join. Our 300 days of sunshine provide perfect growing conditions for the fresh fruits and vegetables we love to use. 
Our Oatmeal & Fruit items are made in the heart of Central California - one of the greatest agricultural areas in the country!


At Seneca, we believe in farming and making great products in a sustainable, environmentally friendly way.
  • Potatoes to Paper – Potato starches released during slicing are captured and used to make recycled paper products.

  • Bad Apples to Good Soil – Apples and sweet potatoes that don’t meet our high standards – as well as leftover bits in the slicers and peelers – are composted to make topsoil.

  • Recovered Oil to Bio-fuel – All excess cooking oil is captured and used to create environmentally friendly bio-diesel fuel.

  • Old Containers to New Ones – All cardboard that comes into the plant is compacted and recycled, and metal and poly drums are cleaned and sent back to our suppliers for reuse.
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    I received this product to review from Seneca Farms through Family Review Network.  I was not compensated for a positive review and all opinions are my own.  For further policy disclosure please click here 


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