The Regrained Granola Squares are Made Using Spent Grains

By: Misel Saban - Feb 25, 2016
References: regrained & specialtyfood
Food brand Regrained has put together a line of tasty granola bars that are made from repurposing spent grains used in the beer fermentation process. Rather than discarding the spent grains after they are used to create beer, Regrained transforms them into bars that are filled with organic and nutritious ingredients that can be enjoyed as snacks.

The Regrained bars are made using spent beer grains harvested from local San Francisco breweries. The grains are oven baked and infused with added sweet flavors as the spent grains act as the main source of nutrients in the squares, rather than oats or quinoa. The bars make a delicious sweet and savory snack that is sustainable as well as tasty.

Transforming unwanted waste into new found ingredients is a way companies can help to create sustainable products that are good for the environment and the consumer.