Wild Oats is providing even more affordable food choices with Wild Oats Marketplace Organic Ground Cinnamon to help everyone be their best starting from the inside.
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What kind of cinnamon do you use in this product:
Wild Oats Marketplace Organic Ground Cinnamon
Does this mean that Cinnamomum Cassia is the type of cinnamon used in Wild Oats? I’ve been trying to find this type.
You had me stumped on this one, so I checked with the folks who make our cinnamon. they report that The cinnamon is korintjy. Korintje is commonly classified as cassia.
I hope this helps. Thanks for being part of the Wild Oats family!
Recently i bought this wild oats organic cinnamon but i am disappointed to know that its cassia as i was looking for Ceylon cinnamon. Nothing was mentioned over the jar not even harvest dates or freshness or expiry date !
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Thank you !!
I was wanting the Ceylon and I thought organic was. I am very disappointed to learn its not. The label should say what it is. I just wasted my money.
All of our cinnamon complies with the requirements to be certified as organic. The source we utilize provides us with good quality, organic cinnamon at a price that allows us to keep our products affordable.
I hope that helps answer your concern.
I under stand the organic thing but it does not say what kind of cinnamon is used to make the ground cinnamon.
It took me a bit of time to get the answer on this one. Our folks use Saigon cinnamon in our line of products. The botanical name is Cinnamomum loureiroi, and it is sourced from Vietnam.
Thanks for the question!
Came to check out the Ground Cinnamon in hopes that perhaps Wild Oats was using Ceylon for it; seeing as the Organic Cinnamon Sticks use Cassia. Rather disappointed to find myself staring down Cassia again. For health reasons, as well as individuals sensitive to Coumarin, I believe Wild Oats should switch over to Ceylon. I’m certain they won’t find their customers disappointed.
Hey Brody! Thanks for the feedback and please know that we will definitely keep it in mind!
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