Quaker has been the world’s top maker of high-fiber cereal for more than 30 years, according to the company’s chief executive.
Now, the company is seeking to extend that dominance by launching a new product called Quaker High Fiber (QHF).
QHF is the latest innovation from the company that, along with its Quaker Breakfast cereal, will be available in 20 more countries.
QHF, which will be marketed as a healthier alternative to breakfast cereal, is also the first to come from a company that is no longer based in North America.
In its first few months of operation, QHF will offer a mix of organic and conventional ingredients.
The company says it’s focused on offering a wide range of products that are low in fat and high in protein.
The brand has also partnered with brands like Coca-Cola and Whole Foods to create low-fat products.
The Quaker high fiber product, which has a net carbs per serving of less than 1 gram, is similar to its other low-carb breakfast products.
Its high fiber content is what makes it so appealing for people who want a new low-calorie option.
While the brand has been around for a few years, it was launched by Quaker Foods in 2009 and its products have grown rapidly.
In 2014, the brand sold about 30 million Quaker products, and it has now grown to nearly 5 million products.
Quaker’s strategy is to create healthier products with a focus on providing an enjoyable, healthful breakfast.
The product will feature a blend of organic, conventional and high fiber ingredients.
A new breakfast is only a step in Quaker’s long-term strategy to help customers stay active, and the brand says it is committed to helping them achieve the best health outcomes.
“Quaker High Fiber is an easy-to-follow plan that offers an array of delicious, nutritious breakfast options,” said Quaker CEO and founder Mike Klassen.
“It’s a product that will have people thinking about what to eat and then how to make sure that they get the best nutrition they can get, all while helping them get the health and strength they need to keep up with their lifestyles.”
It’s not the first time Quaker and Kellogg have teamed up.
Kellogg introduced its Kellogg Plus breakfast in the U.S. in 2012.
The new Quaker-branded breakfast is similar in many ways to Kellogg’s Kellogg One Plus.
Both are designed to be consumed on their own.
However, Kellogg also offers a line of low-sugar, low-starch breakfast products that includes Kellogg Eggs, Quaker One Plus and Quakenergy.
Kellog’s Kellog Eggs are also part of the new Quakenergia breakfast, while Quaker Kellogg eggs have been a popular breakfast staple for many years.
The Kellogg Quakenegg breakfast also offers lower fat and higher protein than the Quaker breakfast.
Kellogs Quaken eggs are a high-protein, low fat, high fiber breakfast that has been on the market for more years than Quaker.
Quakenecia is a low-cholesterol, low calorie, high protein breakfast that was originally introduced in the mid-2000s.
Kellogg also announced plans for a new breakfast product in March called Quakenogies, which are designed for people with certain health conditions or conditions that can lead to weight gain.
To learn more about Quakenegies, visit: www.quakenergyproducts.com/about-us.