The Chia Collective

The Chia Collective Organic Chia Clusters

300g per Pack

Organic Chia Clusters

Our chia clusters are a real treat and contain nothing but the finest of ingredients including organic oats, golden rice puffs, coconut and chia. The beauty of our chia clusters is their versatility; try them on some yogurt as an evening snack, mix them through your porridge to add an extra bit of crunch and sweetness or blend them into your morning smoothie, some people have even been know to eat them straight from the pack! 

  • No artificial preservatives
  • No artificial flavours
  • 100% organic

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The Chia Collective Organic Chia Clusters

300g per Pack

A woman holds a bowl of Organic Chia Clusters in yoghurt with blueberries on top at a breakfast table.


57% Whole grain oat flakes*, 5% Chia seeds* (salvia hispanica*), Unrefined raw cane sugar*, 6% Desiccated coconut*, Rapeseed oil*, Palm oil*, Coconut oil*, 5% Puffed rice (Rice flour*, Barley malt flour*, Sea salt), Wheat starch*, Sea salt.

Nutritional Information

Energy | 1,955kj / 467kcal Fat | 21.5g (of which saturates) 9.2g Carbohydrates 54.2g (of which sugars) 16.5g Fibre 9.1g Protein 9.7g Salt 0.08g *Each pack contains 15 servings


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A bowl of Organic Chia Clusters in sits on a wooden chopping board. A honey dipper lies on a muslin cloth next to it.

Golden Acai Bowl

Golden Acai Bowl recipe

Acai is difficult to get but really adds a tropical feel to this frozen bowl of goodness. Acai is Brazillian and can often be found as a pulp in the frozen section of your local Brazillian speciality store. The cocoa nibs really make this dish really moreish and complement the sweetness of the fruit. This is the perfect healthy breakfast for a sunny morning.


  • 125g frozen blueberries
  • 100g frozen acai
  • frozen banana (roughly chopped)
  • 125g natural yoghurt
  • 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon
  • 1 tbsp of chia seeds
  • 2 teaspoons of chia
  • 2 teaspoons of cocoa nibs
  • 2 tablespoons of grated coconut


Simply blend and top with some of our golden clusters and some fresh fruit, for this recipe we used dragon fruit, raspberries and freshly grated coconut.