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Kashi® Cultivate - March 2016
Let's Work Together - Just one way we're collaborating to make things better.
Kashi Plant It Forward* campaign in a partnership with Evergreen
Three years ago we created the Plant It Forward* campaign in a partnership with Evergreen. Together we’ve donated more than $150,000 to Evergreen’s Seeding Healthy Communities program, helping build and support urban gardens across Canada so communities can get closer to real food.
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Just for You. Here's your monthly deal.
$1 off any Kashi* product - Get Your Coupon
This spring we’re rolling out all new plant-powered products made with ingredients that can help you feel good about your day. And we’re making the introduction an easy one with $1 off any of our newest delicious products — GOLEAN* Popped Clusters Vanilla Pepita cereal and Organic Promise* granolas.
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A Little Something to Love
You love new things. We love new things. Let's make something new together.
That’s the Stuff!
Our Quinoa Stuffed Tomatoes Recipe combines flavourful spices with the mighty quinoa seed for a quick, yummy dinner. Just don’t be surprised when it becomes a crowd favourite.

Pro Tip: Take it up a notch by using homegrown tomatoes.
Try It
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Small Change
Just one way we're collaborating to make thing better
A Planter Box
It all starts with a box of Kashi*. It’s really that simple. When you buy specially marked boxes of Kashi* cereal and bars, you’ll not only be helping to support and grow real food in your community, but you’ll get your own free seed packet on the product box to plant.
TIP: Line your planter using the cereal bag. Don't forget to add a tray below to catch any water.
Turn your Kashi into a planter  
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We'd Love to Know - Tell us what's on your mind
Now that the growing season is upon us, it’s time to plant itty-bitty seeds that will grow into real food. It’s actually amazing how simple it is to grow something so beautiful. We’re curious — what are you hoping to grow in your garden? Share with us using #PlantItForward.