Quaker’s Chewy Honey Graham bars come with 25% less sugar. They have a classic taste of graham crackers and honey combined with the chewy goodness of a Quaker Granola bar. They are made without high fructose corn syrup and include honey, brown sugar, soybean oil and whole grain rolled wheat.

For more than 130 years, Quaker has been inspired by the wholesome goodness of the oat. In 1877 Quaker Oats registered as the first trademark for a breakfast cereal. The trademark was registered with the U.S. Patent Office as “a figure of a man in ‘Quaker garb.'” Both former owners, Henry Seymour and William Heston, claimed to have selected the Quaker name as a symbol of good quality and honest value.

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