Sweet Home Farm Granola, Honey Nut, with Almonds
5 g of fiber per serving. Made with whole grains 32 g per serving. Non GMO Project verified. nongmoproject.org. Whole Grain: 32 g or more per serving. Eat 48 g or more of whole grains daily. WholeGrainsCouncil.org. Great as a snack. Honey Fun Facts: Honey is the only food consumed by humans that is produced by an insect. The average honey bee will make only one twelfth of a teaspoon of honey in its lifetime! To make one pound of honey, bees travel as far as 55,000 miles, getting nectar from more than 2 million flowers. It would take only one ounce of honey to fuel a honeybee's flight around the world! Breakfast from Heaven: Almonds and honey have been favorites of the gods since time began. At Sweet Home Farm we've brought this immortal combo home as a heavenly tasting breakfast cereal. Delicately toasted whole grains combine with crunchy almonds and luscious honey for an enchanting start to the day. Whole grains are a good source of fiber and also provide important nutrients like folic acid, magnesium, and vitamin E. Using ingredients grown and made without GMOs, and with No preservatives, artificial flavors or colors, this granola is perfect - the way the gods intended. The Story of Granola: Fact is stranger than fiction! In the mid-1800's, Dr. Sylvester Graham, of Graham Cracker fame, promoted his wholegrain wheat flour bread for its high nutritional value. Shortly after, Dr. James Jackson created the world's first breakfast cereal by baking the graham flour into dense wholegrain nuggets - dubbed Granula - that had to be soaked overnight to be edible. Enter Dr. John Harvey Kellogg who, in 1876, created his own version of Granula, which he called Granola. Then Charles W. Post got into the act with a similar formula known as Grape Nuts. The popularity of granola soon waned, to be revived nearly 100 years later along with a renewed interest in wholegrain food. That's when we dished out fifty bucks for baking equipment and a secret granola recipe. Today, Sweet Home Farm offers simple wholesome goodness in delicious traditional granola in a variety of flavors. Try them all! Did you know. Milk-style cartons are recyclable in many communities in the U.S. We have partnered with Earth 911 to help consumers find convenient recycling options for this carton and all recyclable materials. Down-home, baked Goodness! At Sweet Home Farm, we are dedicated to bringing you down-home baked goodness at a great value. For over two decades, we've been making our simply delicious granola with only the finest whole grains, fruits. nuts, and simple sweeteners. Our ingredients are grown and made without GMOs, and never have preservatives, artificial flavors or artificial colors. Then we pack as much goodness as we can into our signature milk carton package. So, go ahead, grab a carton and feel good about bringing our honestly good, delicious granola into your home. Find recycling at earth911.com. 1-800-Cleanup. Save our favorite pollinators! We are making a contribution to fund research on honey bee Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) Visit glorybee.com/savethebee for more information. www.sweethomefarm.com. Product of USA.