It all starts with the ingredients.
The food you eat is important - for the freshness & quality, for the strength of our communities, and for the health of our soils and our planet.
community & collaboration runs deep in our granolas. We work with local farmers, artisans, & beekeepers to source our ingredients. It inspires us to do better, and to share their stories through our humble platform of granola.
baked with grass-fed ghee
Ghee, a lactose-free clarified butter known for its nutritional properties, gives our granola its signature buttery flavor. High in monounsaturated Omega-3s, vitamins A, D, E, and K, and CLA (conjugated linoleic acid).
not to mention, it gives our granola a unique, one-of-a kind signature flavor!
Our butters and ghee come from Kriemhild Dairy Farms, Indian Milk & Honey, and Ronnybrook Dairy.
new york-grown heirloom pumpkin seeds
We use heirloom pumpkin seeds sourced from local farms in upstate New York - darker, larger, and more nutrient-dense than your typical seed, these finger lakes-grown pumpkin seeds are packed with nutty flavor!
Even better, these seeds are dried at low temperatures (140 F) for shelf stability and to preserve the delicate omega-3 fats and phytonutrients.
we're proud to work with stonybrook wholehearted foods, who sources seeds from Martin Farms in Brockport, NY and processes them in geneva, ny.
Pumpkin seeds are loaded with fiber and nutrients like Vitamin E, zinc, copper, manganese, magnesium, and lutein.
honey bees are an integral part of our food systems, encouraging pollination which allows the foods we eat possible.
We work with Tremblay Apiaries and Dawes Hill Honey in upstate ny.
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.