origin: a Swiss-German word for “mix”
A minimally-processed mix of whole grains, nuts, seeds, dried fruits, and spices, muesli was first created at the turn of the 20th century by Swiss physician Maximilian Bircher-Benner as a healthful dietary supplement for his patients. Although it has grown to become a dietary staple and one of the most popular breakfast in the world, in the U.S., our cereal aisle is still dominated by overly-processed sugary puffs, flakes and marshmallows.
Seven Sundays' muesli consists of 100% whole grain gluten free oats, sorghum and buckwheat and a variety of nuts, seeds and spices. Our classic Bircher Apple Cinnamon muesli is completely unsweetened, and we lightly sweetened the other flavors with just a drizzle of organic honey (<2g added sugars per serving). We do not add any refined sugars, oils, GMOs, preservatives, flavors or syrups.