The Spirit of the Wilderness Lives On in Kodiak Cakes
Inspired by the rugged spirit and clean living of the frontier, Kodiak Cakes makes flapjack, waffle, and pancake mixes packed with whole-grain goodness. These powerful, nutrient-dense grains are chosen for their high protein content and ability to provide lots of energy. Supporting an active, vigorous lifestyle, the Kodiak philosophy eschews the use of GMO crops, making all their products GMO-free instead. This promotes mindset helps to provide nourishing foods to consumers while simultaneously protecting the ecosystem. These ingredients provide not only great sustenance, but rich flavor, too!
Whole Grain Wholesomeness for a Vitamin-Rich Breakfast
Made to recapture the power of whole grains that gave frontiersmen the vigor to face the American wilderness, Kodiak Cakes are also rooted in wholesome home cooking. This family-owned business, run by several generations of the Clark family, all began with an heirloom flapjack recipe. Joel and Jon Clark’s grandfather, William Christofferson, made his original whole wheat pancakes to nourish his family long ago. Passed down through the generations, that recipe became the foundation for today’s all-natural pancake mixes. Today, they’re still packed with the vitamins, antioxidants, and fiber that made grandpa’s flapjacks so energizing.
Kodiak Cakes and Conserving Nature Go Together
Kodiak Cakes, still based in the scenic Wasatch Mountains, believes in preserving and valuing America’s natural treasures. They donate to wildlife conservation and especially to preserving and extending Kodiak and grizzly bear habitats. Kodiak Cakes also helps nature foundations purchase and preserve swaths of untouched meadows and forest to build healthy conservation areas. That’s their way of giving back and protecting what untouched wilderness is left for future generations.