Each and every one of our ingredients is the best of the best — made by people who are equally as passionate about food.
Most granolas in the grocery store are high in sugar and made with cheap, low quality ingredients like refined oils...stuff we don't want to eat!
So, we decided to take matters into our own hands.
While organic is our baseline, we believe going one step further in supporting local, responsible farming as much as possible to further impact our communities, our wellbeing, and the health of the planet.
Our grass-fed ghee and butter are sourced from local vendors as much as possible, mainly New York and Pennsylvania Farms. Responsible grazing practices improves livestock welfare and benefits the land by reducing herbicide usage, improving water infiltration, and reducing erosion and nutrient runoff for healthier soils.
New York-Grown Heirloom pumpkin seeds
We use heirloom pumpkin seeds sourced from Martin Farms in Brockport, New York, which are then processed in Geneva, New York by Stonybrook Wholehearted Foods.
These seeds are dried at low temperatures (140 F) for shelf stability and to preserve the delicate omega-3 fats and phytonutrients like Vitamin E, zinc, copper, manganese, magnesium, and lutein. Darker, larger, and more nutrient-dense than your typical seed, these finger lakes-grown pumpkin seeds are packed with nutty flavor.
Honey bees, along with native bees, are an integral part of our food systems, encouraging pollination and allowing the foods we eat possible.
We work with Tremblay Apiaries and Dawes Hill Honey in upstate New York.
Sour Cherries from Northern Michigan
Amidst the green rolling hills of Northern Michigan, and the cherry capital of the nation, lie the vast cherry orchards of Shoreline Fruit. Rich in agriculture, this region belongs to North America’s Great Lakes — the largest source of freshwater on earth. Here, the sandy soil, nearness to Lake Michigan, and climate of icy-cold winters and temperate summers, make it a uniquely ideal place to grow the succulent, ruby-red fruit. We're proud to source our delicious, sour cherries from this cooperative of family-owned cherry farms.
Sea Salt from the waters of Syracuse, New York
We use just the right amount of salt in every recipe to enhance the natural flavors of the ingredients used in our granola. Using the appropriate amount of salt allows us to balance the sweetness, taking care to not add any ingredient in excess. Not only does salt make our granola taste good, but sea salt is filled with plenty of minerals and nutrients that are essential to our body's dietary needs.
We source from the father-daughter duo at Syracuse Salt who set out to revive the city's long-lost salt industry.
Jamie's Farm x Truffleist Granola
We collab'd with Jimmy Kunz, the founder and culinary genius behind the local New York City brand, Truffleist, to create our iconic Black Truffle Honey Granola! Known for his hand-crafted truffle products, Jimmy sources pure black summer truffles from Italy, France and Spain, and 100% grass-fed butter from Kriemhild Dairy Farms.
JAMIE'S FARM NEW YORK X DONA
We partnered with our friends at DONA in Brooklyn for our chai granola!
DONA's zero waste chai blend consists of cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, and black peppercorn, made by upcycling the spices used to brew their award-winning chai concentrates. They divert over 400 gallons of food scraps diverted from landfills each week.
JAMIE'S FARM NEW YORK X RAAKA CHOCOLATE
Every year for Valentine's Day season, we make a Chocolate Strawberry Granola using 71% unroasted dark chocolate from Raaka Chocolate, a local artisan chocolate maker out of Red Hook, Brooklyn.
We mix their chocolate in at the very end of the baking/cooling process to melt and evenly coat our buttery delicious granola, all to preserve this chocolate’s naturally fruity and earthy characteristics.