Verival muesli is the perfect start to the day
Our mueslis are as varied as your breakfast preferences! Be it a nutty classic, a tangy fruit mix or a protein-rich blend – we've put together a clever combination of premium organic ingredients for every taste.
So you can be sure that your breakfast doesn't only taste great; it's also giving you a great nutritious start to the day. We may be adventurous when it comes to trying out new recipes, but when it comes to choosing the right cereal grains we prefer to stick to the tried and tested: heritage cereal varieties such as einkorn wheat, emmer wheat, spelt, rye and oats are the all-important staple ingredients of our organic muesli creations. So as well as ensuring a great flavour, we're also helping to preserve biodiversity.
Here you will find creative recipes and interesting facts about muesli
In our mueslis you won't find anything but premium-quality organic ingredients
We're strict about using genetically unmodified raw ingredients from certified organic producers.
Nor will you find any artificial colourings, flavours or preservatives in our products. All of our muesli blends are free of palm oil, and we're also very sparing with sweeteners. We take care to ensure meticulous processing of our raw ingredients to retain all their natural nutrient content.
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What is Bircher Muesli?
The name Bircher Muesli comes from the inventor of muesli, Dr Oskar Bircher Benner. Nowadays we usually think of it as a fruit muesli based on flaked oats with grated apple and nuts. We've reinterpreted this classic, and our organic Bircher Muesli has added roasted hazelnuts, among other things – yum! More...
Muesli is usually sweetened with a touch of honey. Bircher Muesli is also supposed to be soaked overnight, as this makes the cereals even easier to digest. That's why ours has a classic pulpy consistency in honour of its origins – "muesli" is the Swiss German for pulp or purée. It makes the ideal breakfast and is great for children, too.
What is Heritage Grains Muesli?
Heritage grains are native cereal varieties that were already being cultivated before the industrialisation of European agriculture. Typical heritage grain varieties include einkorn wheat, emmer wheat and spelt. The cereal plants have been left in their original natural form and not modified through various breeding techniques. More...
In recent years, more and more people – both farmers and consumers – have been discovering the benefits of these traditional varieties. We're passionate about using heritage grains for our muesli blends because it helps preserve biodiversity – and they taste delicious too!
What is Sport Muesli?
The products in our Sport range are precisely tailored to the needs of people who do a lot of physical exercise. Whether you're a professional athlete or just do sport for fun – our Verival Sport Mueslis supply all the power and energy you require. More...
All of our Sport products are rich in plant proteins and fibre to prepare your body for the physical effort ahead. The special composition of our Sport Mueslis guarantees prolonged energy delivery, which is particularly important for all kinds of endurance training as well as for strength sports.
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Where did muesli originate?
The versatile mix of cereals has its roots in Switzerland. The word "muesli" is derived from Swiss German and means pulp or purée. At the beginning of the 20th century, the Swiss physician Dr Oskar Bircher Benner is supposed to have developed muesli as a nutritious, easily digestible meal to recommend to his patients.
The story goes that he first tried what eventually became Bircher muesli while visiting a mountain dairy farm. Deeply impressed, he developed it into a dietary dish that would encourage healthy eating. Muesli quickly attracted a devoted following, not only for its healthy ingredients but also thanks to its ease of preparation and unique taste. Because if there's one thing that muesli isn't, it's complicated.
What's so special about Verival Muesli?
Verival stands for diversity, and that is reflected in our range of products. Because we know that everyone's tastes are different. It's important to us that the ingredients we use in our mueslis are of premium organic quality, to promote healthy eating and protect the environment.
We take a holistic approach that starts with our choice of ingredients. All of our muesli blends are completely free of palm oil, and we also support the cultivation of heritage grain varieties and are passionate about protecting bees.
Our quality seals testify to our commitment:
• EU organic agriculture certification
• HACCP quality management certification
• Gluten free: gluten free certification from the Austrian Coeliac Society
Another aspect that's important to us is sustainable logistics. That's why we maintain a fleet of modern, fuel-efficient vehicles and save journeys wherever possible.
Wie wird Müsli zubereitet?
Die Zubereitung unserer Müslis ist denkbar einfach: gib so viel in eine Schüssel, wie du möchtest. Anschließend gibst du Joghurt oder Milch darüber – fertig. Natürlich kannst du auch für Abwechslung sorgen und etwa frisches Obst oder deine ganz persönliche Geheimzutat dazu geben. Ob du es lieber gut eingeweicht oder lieber knackig magst, ist deinem individuellen Geschmack überlassen.
Einen tollen Tipp haben wir übrigens für das optimale Frühstück im Sommer: ersetze die Milch in den Bio Müslis einfach durch Orangensaft – so wird dein Frühstück herrlich erfrischend. Das Rezept eignet sich auch gut für ein veganes Müsli. Das ist das Schöne: die Speise ist praktisch und regt die Phantasie an. Und für eine gesunde Ernährung ist es die perfekte Ergänzung.
Welche Müslisorten gibt es von Verival?
In unserem Sortiment findest du eine große Auswahl an ganz unterschiedlichen Mischungen mit Bio Zutaten – vom Kinder-Müsli bis zur exotischen Frucht-Mischung.
Wenn du gerne und viel Sport treibst, dann ist vielleicht eine unserer veganen Sport Müsli Sorten das richtige für dich. Sie sind besonders proteinreich und bieten dir die Energie, die du für einen aktiven Tag benötigst. Die Grain-Free-Variante des Protein Müslis kommt ohne Getreide aus und basiert auf verschiedenen Nüssen und Samen. Getrocknete Früchte sorgen für eine frische Süße.
Für Naschkatzen darf natürlich ein Schokomüsli in Bio-Qualität nicht fehlen und für Kinder bietet sich eine der Fruchtmüsli Mischungen an. Einen Hauch Exotik bietet unser Bio Kokos-Aprikose-Müsli, Cranberry-Kirsch ist dank erfrischender Säure das richtige für den Sommer.
Herrlich beerig (und daher besonders beliebt) ist das klassische Bio Müsli mit Beeren, das unter anderem getrocknete Brombeeren und Johannisbeeren enthält. Und wenn du dich nicht entscheiden kannst, probier doch unser 8-Früchte Bio Müsli. Als Kinder-Müsli trifft es übrigens ebenfalls auf Begeisterung – so gelingt die gesunde Ernährung bestimmt.
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