Kashi cereals are very popular with people who are health conscious because they are low in glycemic index, trans-fat-free and provide 13-14 grams of whole grain per serving.
The cereal can be found at most grocery stores across Canada.
Kashi Coupons are found almost every month so check back frequently.
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- Save $1.00 on Kashi® Cereal
- Save $1.00 on Kashi granola bars
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There are coupons available for various Kashi products, which may include cereal bars and crackers.
Prices of Kashi Products in Canada
Kashi cereals and snacks can be found at most grocery stores across Canada.
If you are looking to buy cereal at a discounted price, it is straightforward to find Kashi coupons online, as you noticed with the above. Since the company’s marketing targets health-conscious people, you can often find coupons on healthier products such as Kashi bars or cereal. Here is a sample of the pricing of Kashi products.
Below will give you an idea of both regular and sale prices to expect to help you combine Kashi coupons and sale prices.
Walmart Canada ( Ontario)
Kashi® Soft Baked Cereal Bars, 175 g (5 x 35 g) $3.77 ( Regular)
Real Canadian Superstore ( Western Canada)
- Kashi 7 Grain with Quinoa Crunchy Bars, Chocolate Chip Chia 10 Bars $3.98ea Regular
- Kashi GoLean Crunch Cereal 390 g $4.78ea
- KashiGoLean Original Cereal370 g $4.48 ea ( Reg) on Sale Price $3.98
- KashiSoft Baked Cereal Bars Cocoa 7 Grain 5 Bars 175 g $3.98 Reg
About & History of Kashi
The company was started as a small, local bakery in 1983. It quickly turned into a small natural foods store and then grew to become an international food company known worldwide.
Kashi cereal was established in 1984 by Philip and Gayle Tauber. The company’s primary purpose is to produce a nutritionally balanced breakfast, experimenting with various whole grains and seeds. In 2000, Kellogg Company acquired this company and was operating in La Jolla, California, in 2013, when it was moved to Battle Creek, Michigan, by Kellogg Company.
In 2005, Kashi finally arrived in Canada —a country whose profoundly ingrained passion for nature, agriculture, kindness, and adventure fit perfectly with everything Kashi stands for.
The company name, Kashi, is a synthesis of “kashruth” (kosher) and “Kushi,” the last name of a couple from Japan who introduced the macrobiotic dietary regimen to America. Kashi promotes its products as a mixture of seven whole grains and sesame and highlights high protein and fibre.
- Breakfast cereals, energy bars
- Frozen entrées including pizza and breakfast foods
- Snack foods
In 2012, a considerable campaign was put against Kashi Cereal for the term ” Natural,” as one local grocery store found and pointed out that the cereal has Genetically modified ingredients on its list.
Kashi later responded, ” The FDA has chosen not to regulate the term ‘natural.”
Then Kashi donated a large amount of money to the Say NO to GMO cause.