Product Nutrition Facts:

Our mission is to encourage people to look forward to making healthy choices, starting with the first meal of the day. Each flavour of Cumberland cookies contains several ingredients that contribute to improving overall health.

Explore all of Cumberland’s featured ingredients to see which flavour works best for you:

Lemon Peel

  • Source of potassium
  • Source of calcium, which aids in the formation and maintenance of bones and teeth
  • Contains pectin

Oats

  • Used in all Cumberland cookie flavours, a leading source of soluble fibre
  • Creates a feeling of fullness
  • Source of protein, which is essential for generating new muscle tissue
  • Source of chromium, which contributes to normal glucose metabolism

Peanuts

  • Contain resveratrol, an antioxidant found in red wine
  • Excellent source of protein, which helps build and repair body tissues and to also build antibodies
  • High in niacin, which aids in normal growth and development

Pecans

  • High in Vitamin E, a dietary antioxidant that protects the fat in body tissues from oxidation
  • Contain Vitamin A, which promotes skin health
  • Contain folate, which is a factor in normal early fetal development and aids in red blood cell formation
  • Contain Thiamine (Vitamin B1), which releases energy from carbohydrates

Pepitas

  • Excellent source of magnesium, which is a factor in energy metabolism, tissue formation and bone development
  • Contain zinc, which promotes a healthy immune system
  • Contain tryptophan, an amino acid that is converted into serotonin and melatonin
  • High in phosphorus, which is a factor in the formation and maintenance of bones and teeth

Pumpkin

  • High in Beta-Carotene, which in turn is converted to Vitamin A and aids in maintaining the health and maintenance of skin and membranes
  • High in Vitamin C, which boosts immune system
  • Significant source of fibre, which leads to feelings of fullness

Raisins

  • Contain resveratrol, an antioxidant found in red wine
  • Rich in iron, which is a factor in red blood cell formation and also helps build red blood cells
  • High in potassium
  • Rich in Vitamin B6

Whole Wheat Flour

  • Used in all Cumberland cookie flavours, high in fibre and protein which contributes to feeling of fullness
  • Excellent source of magnesium
  • Source of selenium, a dietary antioxidant which helps protect against oxidative stress

Walnuts

  • Rich in Omega 3 polyunsaturated fats, more specifically ALA (alpha-linolenic acid)
  • Source of melatonin, the body’s sleep hormone
  • Source of Biotin, which is a factor in energy metabolism

Honey

  • Used in all Cumberland cookie flavours, a natural sweetener that provides energy to increase physical activity
  • Contains antibacterial properties

Apples

  • Source of Vitamin C, a dietary antioxidant that significantly decreases the adverse effects of free radicals on normal physiological functions
  • High in fibre
  • Rich in polyphenols, an antioxidant found in many fruits and vegetables
  • Rich in flavonoids, a group of phytonutrients

Dried Blueberries

  • Contain anthocyanins, an antioxidant belonging to the flavonoid group
  • Source of Vitamin C, which helps to reduce free radicals and lipid oxidation in body tissues
  • Rich in B vitamins, which contribute to a healthy metabolism
  • Excellent source of Vitamin K, which contributes to the maintenance of bones

Chocolate

  • Source of magnesium, which is a factor in energy metabolism, tissue formation and bone development
  • Source of iron, which helps build red blood cells
  • Contains a high level of polyphenols

Cinnamon

  • High in manganese, which is a factor in energy metabolism
  • Source of calcium, which aids in the formation of bones and teeth
  • Rich in polyphenols, phenolic acid and flavonoids

Cocoa Powder

  • Provides the same benefits as chocolate at a fraction of the calories.

Coconut

  • High in healthy saturated fats
  • Contain lauric acid
  • Source of copper, which contributes to the maintenance of normal connective tissue

Dried Cranberries

  • Contain proanthocyanins, a type of flavonoid antioxidant
  • Contain polyphenols

Eggs

  • Used fresh in all Cumberland cookie flavours, an excellent source of protein which helps build and repair body tissues
  • Source of Vitamin D, which is a factor in the formation and maintenance of bones and teeth
  • Source of Vitamin B12, which aids in red blood cell formation

Hazelnuts

  • High source of folate, which is a factor in normal early fetal development and aids in red blood cell formation
  • Rich in pyridoxine (Vitamin B6), which is a factor in energy metabolism and tissue formation
  • Rich in manganese, which contributes to the formation and maintenance of bones

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