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Free Nature Valley Clusters

on 8.31.2009 at 1:33am

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In case you missed these the last two weeks at Kroger for free, you have another chance.  You can go here and sign up and for the Eat Better America Newsletter and you will get a free bag mailed to you!  Many have reported that it is a full size bag too.

I recently was mailed 4 full bags from MyBlogSpark to try.  My favorite was the Honey Roasted Peanut.  They tasted just like a dessert!  We got these right before going on vacation a month or so ago and I loved that they were in resealable bags.

Here is a little about them from General Mills:

New Nature Valley Granola Nut Clusters are bite size clusters of nuts, granola and a touch of honey – a 100% natural, wholesome and delicious treat for any time of the day. If you are a lover of nuts, you´ll love what Nature Valley has done with this powerful little snack. It is the perfect combination of sweet & salty flavor and crunchy texture made from natural nut goodness that you can see and taste. And with a resealable bag it´s perfect for sharing either on the trails or in your living room!

A few things that stood out:

  • They had more flavor than a regular granola bar and more moisture (I didn’t feel like every bite needed to be followed by a liquid).
  • They are bite size so no dealing with all the little pieces that fall off when you eat a bar

  • If you leave the bag unzipped they go stale quickly (probably something we all knew but we had to learn it the hard way).