at Jamie's Farm, we believe it's important to know where your food comes from. To connect with community, and to inspire change in the way we eat on a daily basis, through something as simple as granola.
We go out of our way to partner with farmers who are dedicated to making exceptionally delicious products that are better for our communities, for our wellbeing, and for the health of our earth and our soil. It makes our granolas taste all the more better.
Made by people who are passionate about food.
We only dedicate ourselves to the ingredients we would feed ourselves and our families. Having an origin story in upstate NY, we were surrounded by an abundance of farmers, beekeepers, bread makers, and the like. The thriving food and agriculture scene allowed us to see where our food was grown, where it was coming from, how it was made, and demonstrated the value of why it tasted so much better than what you normally get at supermarkets.
Our ghee is made with grass-fed butter from local cows on family farms in NY and PA. We use pepitas from heirloom pumpkins that's grown in the Finger Lakes. Our vanilla beans are ethically sourced from small family farms in Indonesia. We use sea salt from the salt waters of Syracuse. Our granola tastes good because our ingredients taste good - simple as that!
Foster creativity & collaboration.
Our business is only as strong as our community. As we’ve continued to grow, we have expanded our network of partners, always searching for new local makers and farmers with stories that become a part of ours. This pushes our boundaries, allowing us to find new and interesting angles to share their ingredients in our granola. It makes the world feel smaller each and every day, making the business all the more exciting.
Go above and beyond expectations - not just meet them.
We aim to provide unforgettable hospitality, because that's what motivates us each day. To write thank you notes in our orders, to "surprise and delight", and not just doing what is asked of us. To constantly experiment, collaborate, and reinvent our granolas. It keeps things fun.
It's never just been about the granola.
I originally started making granola to give as gifts to family and friends - I hadn't meant to get into the granola business. Over time, it's become a way to connect with our community, with YOU, and to celebrate the incredible ingredients from a strong community of artisans, growers, and farmers, and to allow us all to live a more thoughtful and interconnected lifestyle, benefiting our minds and our earth.
I hope you join us in our journey.