Loving Earth
$13.95 RRP $11.85 Members

Available: In Stock

Activated Buckinis
Coco Berry Crunch

Sweet, crunchy clusters, juicy cranberries and flaky coconut chips - move over cereal - this organic, grain free box of goodness will be your new breakfast favourite. A great source of fibre, try them sprinkled on top of a smoothie bowl or yoghurt.

The benefits.

  • Buckinis can assist with colon health due to resistance starch (non-digestible fibre in buckwheat)
  • Buckinis may assist in promoting heart health (copper and magnesium in buckwheat)
  • Buckinis  may help fight cardiovascular disease (polyphenols - antioxidants in cacao powder and nibs)
  • Buckinis may protect cells from oxidative stress and inflammation (myricetin - an antioxidant in currants) 

What goes in.

Activated Buckwheat* (70%), Coconut* (18%) (Evaporated Coconut Nectar*, Coconut Chips*, Coconut Mylk Powder*), Currants*, Cranberries* (3%), Activated Sunflower Seeds*, Beetroot Powder*, Natural Flavour.

Certified Organic*

May contain: tree nuts.

What's kept out.

Added sugar or preservatives.

Did you know?

Did you know that when you buy muesli from the supermarket, you might be buying into hidden health traps? Even the healthiest looking muesli can be loaded with added sugar. To avoid confusion, check the label to make sure you’re only buying cereals made from whole foods.


Made in Australia from local and imported ingredients.

Hot tip.

Enjoy your Buckinis all year round!

In winter - add 1/2 cup Buckins to 3/4 cup of your favourite milk and gently heat on the stove top.

In summer - add your favourite milk or yogurt and pile on the seasonal fresh fruit.

Great as a topper for desserts, ice-creams and smoothies.

Nutritional Information.

Loving Earth

Can we interest you in a nutritious chocolate bar or a bowl of buckinis? Thanks to their irresistible pantry goodies — and admirable core values — this ethically-driven business has built a cult following like no other. At all costs, Loving Earth stands by their name. Take their famous chocolate, for example. The cacao has been grown by the Ashaninka community, in the remote forest at the source of the Amazon River in Peru. Even their packaging is close to nature: boxes are printed with vegetable inks on board with 97% post-consumer recycled fibre, and wrappers are made with sustainably managed plant sources, making them home compostable. Now you don’t have to feel so guilty about your guilty pleasure.