Is your granola vegan?
Nope. Vegan means NO animal products. Our granola is all-natural with using local honey as a sweetener- thus not vegan.
What is granola? What do I do with it?
It might sound crazy, but we get this all the time! So we made a list...
- Cereal, traditionally that's what it is! Oldest cereal known to mankind.
- Snack (Eat it right out of the bag!)
- Party mix
- Ice cream topping (That's our favorite!)
- On yogurt (Parfaits, anyone?)
- Trail mix
- Healthy ingredient in cookies! Go to our recipes for our fave.
- On top of apple crisp, to replace traditional topping!
- Great snacks for toddlers!
- If you aren't careful, your dog might get to it first! It's proven!!!
- Great hostess gift
- It's a pretty neat gift for the hippie in us all!
- Bring it to a Earth Day event
What is the best way to store your granola?
Because Groovy Guru Granola is all-natural with no additives or preservatives, it is recommended that it be stored in the freezer (or a cool place.) While it will not "freeze," it will keep it fresh and help retain the wonderful texture. Grab a spoon, pop your head in and nab a spoonful!
Is your granola gluten-free?
In theory, yes! But we must take this a step further. Even though our granola is a gluten-free product, we do not feel comfortable to broadcast it. Reasons being we do not know and possible couldn't ever know if or when the farm land we support ever has grown a gluten product. So the answer to your question is we simply do not know. Our granola is gluten-free, but we can never know whether or not it would be safe for those with the most sensitive diets to eat.
Your company's claim is "locally responsible." What is that?
The term came out of a need to label what it is we do. We had a very passionate man come up to our booth at Lincoln Earth Day 2009 who questioned our ingredients. After that conversation we put that label on everything we could! For us it it means to do the most good in our local area! We search and find local farmers and producers to partner with to create our granola. Depending on the season our granola is 76%-90% sourced locally (no further than 80 miles!)