Bakery On Main's New Granolas are Made with Sprouted Ancient Grains

By: Katherine Pendrill - Sep 2, 2016
References: bakeryonmain & preparedfoods
Bakery On Main recently expanded its portfolio of Happy products with the introduction of three new granolas made with sprouted ancient grains. With a growing number of consumers swapping ordinary cereal for more nutritious options such as granola and muesli, these new breakfast products serve as a hearty morning meal option.

The new Bakery On Main products consist of flavored granola mixtures made with the benefits of sprouted ancient grains such as quinoa, millet and flax. These benefits include everything from added vitamins and minerals to easy digestion. In addition to providing consumers with at least 18 grams of whole grains per serving, the granolas are also high in heart-healthy fiber.

Free of gluten, wheat and dairy, the Organic Happy Granola products are likely to appeal to health-conscious consumers looking for an alternative to sugary breakfast cereals.