Organic is a frequently used term in the food industry, but what does it really mean? Basically, farmers produce organic food by avoiding the use of man-made fertilizers, pesticides; growth regulators and livestock feed additives. The use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) or products produced from or by GMOs is also usually considered to not be organic.
At MadeGood® all of our products carry the Canada Organic logo which is your guarantee that the products are grown and processed according to internationally recognized organic standards.
Our MadeGood cereals and snacks are certified organic, gluten-free, Non-GMO project-verified and contain the nutrients from one full serving of vegetables from six different sources. The cereal is made in a facility free from peanut, tree nuts, wheat, dairy, egg, soy as well as sesame, fish and shellfish. Our cereals provide an organic and tasty breakfast option for your family.
Made with whole grain crisp brown rice sweetened with cane sugar, this cereal can also be a delicious organic snack for kids anytime. Your family will love the taste of our cereal. Try our vanilla or cocoa flavoured rice crisp cereal and make breakfast choices that are allergy-friendly and delicious.
Products that are certified vegan do not contain any dairy or animal ingredients.
Difference between Vegan and Vegetarian? Today, many people are choosing to change their eating habits to align with their closely held beliefs, and for health or ethical reasons. Often people use the terms vegan and vegetarian interchangeably but there are differences between them that are important to understand.
For vegans, the choice is often related to their concerns for animal welfare and the environment. In addition to not eating any animals, vegans do not consume dairy milk, dairy cheese, eggs, and avoid any ingredients that include animal by-products. While vegetarians don’t eat animals many may eat products that come from them, such as dairy and eggs. There are some vegetarians who choose to exclude eggs or dairy depending upon their individual beliefs and preferences.
People typically choose one of these diets because of health concerns, religious restrictions or moral concerns about harming animals. A vegan or vegetarian diet high in fruit and vegetables is also a good starting point for a healthy lifestyle.
At MadeGood, all of our ingredients are ethically sourced and adhere to internally recognized industry standards for non-GMO, vegan, organic, and gluten-free products. We certify our granola products with internally recognized organisations, including the Canada Organic Council and the Gluten Intolerance Council, as well as being certified vegan by Vegan.org.
We understand that this is an important decision in your life so we have created a culture at MadeGood to provide healthy nutritious product that vegans and vegetarians will enjoy. Choose between a variety of products and flavours, and taste the difference.
Suitable for people following a kosher diet. Does not contain dairy.
Non-GMO Project Verified
Non-GMO Project-verified is an initiative started by retailers who felt consumers should have access to clearly labelled Non-GMO products. The seal indicates that the product has gone through the verification process which outlines best practices for GMO avoidance.
Made in a Peanut Free Facility
Our facility is completely peanut-free. The products that carry the nut-free logo are also made without any nuts or tree nuts.
Contains the nutrients found in one serving of vegetables
We use vegetable powder made from spinach, broccoli, carrots, tomatoes, beets and shitake mushrooms in our organic granola products. The nutrients from this vegetable source – vitamins A, C, D, E and B6 – are present in the final products. Each serving contains at least 20% of your daily requirement of these nutrients.
As awareness of the potential negative impacts of gluten in your diet continues to grow, we know you are looking for alternative and nutritious gluten free snacks. At MadeGood all our products are certified gluten free by the Gluten Intolerance Group.
Gluten is a special type of protein found in foods such as cereals, certain grains, and wheat. One of the main purposes of gluten is to keep the elasticity intact in foods which makes bread “chewy,” and prevents foods from having a sticky, doughy-like texture. Many processed foods also contain gluten so having gluten free snacks can help you achieve a healthy balance in your diet.
Gluten can cause illnesses in people with Celiac’s disease or gluten sensitivity. Reducing the amount of gluten in your diet can have a variety of health benefits, such as improving cholesterol levels, promoting digestive health, and increasing energy levels, if you have a gluten sensitivity. Take a break from gluten with our tasty, gluten free snacks, granola bars and cereal.
Whether you suffer from gluten sensitivity or are just looking to reduce gluten in a healthy, balanced diet, our MadeGood granola products offer healthy gluten free snacks to meet your needs.
Made with Whole Grains
Whole grains or foods made from them contain all the essential parts and naturally-occurring nutrients of the entire grain seed in their original proportions. This means 100% of the original kernel, and all of the bran, germ, and endosperm is present.
Whole Grain Council Stamp
This stamp was developed to help consumers easily identify whole grain foods. It contains the number of grams of whole grains per serving in the stamp.
MadeGood products are allergy friendly because we take great care that our ingredients and production facility are completely free of the most common allergens: peanut, tree nut, soy, dairy, egg, fish, shellfish, gluten, and sesame.