Gluten free, whole grain goodness moms want with a tasty serving of kid-appeal. EnviroKidz empowers positive change through tasty organic food. We deliver the gluten free, whole grain goodness moms want with a tasty serving of kid-appeal. We’re family run, passionately independent, deliciously organic, and we’re about more than just great-tasting food. We show our love for the planet by donating 1% of sales to animal conservation groups like the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund and the Australian Koala Foundation. Who knew snack time could be so inspiring?Hungry for more info? Our Minifesto is a good place to start!At EnviroKidz, we believe breakfast (and snack time!) can help save the world – or better yet, kids can. EnviroKidz gets kids excited about helping endangered animals with fast facts and fun activities, growing their understanding of the environments that our animal mascots live in, as well as the environment they live in. It’s easy to connect with our cuddly koalas and curious chimpanzees through fun on-and-inside the box activities, and we’re pretty sure that once kids are inspired with a love for the planet they’ll be unstoppable forces of positive change. Since 1% of EnviroKidz sales goes to animal conservation groups, kids can help their favourite animals just by eating their favourite treats. With the whole grain goodness moms want and the irresistible flavours kids love, it’s even easier to fall for our tasty breakfast cereals and snack bars. And because we care about the health of kids and the planet, we’re always organic, keeping harmful chemicals out of the soil and off your child’s plate. You’ll see the EnviroKidz difference in the snack time smiles – and in a newfound enthusiasm for saving the world!Our EnviroKidz foods are always deliciously organic, thanks to our proud papa & founder, Arran Stephens, who’s been sharing the organic love for more than 40 years. From creating the first USDA certified organic cereals, to buying farmland for organic farmers, to helping communities and team members grow their own organic gardens, Arran has kept his organic vision front and center.Certified OrganicOrganic looks out for the health of people and the planet. Organic food is grown with nature’s methods – tried, tested, and true – and promises healthy soil and sustainability for generations to come. And instead of using harmful chemicals or genetically modified seeds to grow food, organic farmers work with help from nature: compost, cover crops, and healthy, living soil.The organic label tells you how your food has been grown, and every farmer or food-maker must meet strict federal standards. In the US and Canada, both the USDA Organic Logo and Canadian Organic Logo tell you that a product is certified organic. Good for kidsOrganic farmers “feed the soil, not the plant.” They build healthy soil by using compost, manure, cover crops, crop rotations and other natural methods. Healthy organic soil then contains all the vitamins and minerals it needs to feed the plants that grow from it. Organic farmers grow the most nourishing – and in our opinion the most delicious – fruits, grains, and vegetables.A recent study by the Organic Trade Association says more parents are choosing organic food because it helps them take better care of themselves and their children. (i) Other studies show that organic foods contain, on average, 25% higher concentrations of 11 different nutrients than their conventionally grown counterparts! (ii)Good for the planet, tooThat healthy soil created by organic farmers? It’s not just good news for us! The earth benefits, too. Organic farming is based on sustainability – it helps preserve the land for us and for our children. To protect our soil and water, organic farms avoid using harmful chemicals – for instance, they use beneficial insects like ladybugs to prey on pests instead of insecticides that might hurt bees, fish, and animals.Organic farmers are all about working in sync with the environment to preserve healthy wetlands and other natural areas, promote biodiversity, and create balanced ecosystems by encouraging wildlife. Not only that, but a recent farming systems trial conducted by the Rodale Institute concluded that organic farms use 45% less energy than conventional farming practices and outperform conventional farms in years of drought.