Toasted Macadamia Muesli - Cranberry

75g (1 pack)
$2.98
Toasted Macadamia Muesli - Cranberry is available to buy in increments of 1

Awarded a Gold Medal at the Royal Hobart Fine Food Show, this gourmet muesli is preservative free and baked in our Byron Bay bakehouse, powered by the sun. Savour the rich crunchy texture of wholesome Australian oats and barley, three delicious brans, natural currants and sultanas from the Barossa Valley and succulent antioxidant rich cranberries. All of this, together with the magical taste of our own macadamia nuts, lightly toasted with Australian Bush honey and healthy first cold pressed macadamia oil, makes the perfect healthy toasted muesli!

Our macadamia muesli is blended using sustainably sourced, natural ingredients. The end result is a non-GMO, preservative free toasted muesli, made locally in Byron Bay!

Rolled Oats, Honey, Barley Flakes, Macadamia Oil, Rice Bran, Macadamia Nuts (7%), Sunflower Kernels, Barley Bran, Oat Bran, Natural Sultanas, Currants, Dried Cranberries (4%) [Cranberries, Sugar, Sunflower Oil], Wheat Germ, Pumpkin Kernels, Prune Juice, Cinnamon.

Non-GMO

Inspired by a family dream to move to the country and a passion for healthy food, Pam and Martin Brook transformed a run-down dairy farm in Byron Bay into a working macadamia farm and regenerated an ancient sub-tropical rainforest. It was then that the Brooks saw an opportunity to value-add to Australia’s indigenous nut: the macadamia. After months of product development in the family kitchen, trying to find the perfect product to create from the humble macadamia (mayonnaise and tartare sauce included!), Brookfarm’s amazing Toasted and Natural Macadamia Mueslis were born.

Now, 20 years on, the Brookfarm range has expanded with products sold all around the world. But despite this growth, some things never change – they never compromise on quality, they always create real food using real ingredients, and they always make sure it tastes amazing! A generational family business, Brookfarm is now led by Pam and Martin’s eldest son Will – whose own children walk the macadamia orchard, just like he and his brother Eddie did 20 years ago.