Shady Lane Granola is now available in 10 and 20 pound bags!  Perfect for schools and restaurants!  To order, contact Ginny at shadylanefoods@gmail.com.

 

Improved energy, 'mental clarity'

Although some consumers choose to avoid certain foods due to allergies or other medical conditions, a growing number are opting to exclude specific foods simply because they believe it will improve their health.

Erin Magilton and her husband Mike Morneau of Oakville, Ont., recently decided to cut wheat, dairy and sugar from their diet. And it's not because they have allergies, food sensitivities, or are trying to lose weight. Their goal? To feel better.

To read more of this CBC Business News story, please go to the link below.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/free-from-food-trend-entrepreneurs-grocers-onboard-1.4449004 

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Supporting local Backpack Program

Happy to donate Shady Lane granola pouches to the Bristol Warren Regional School District's Backpack Program. This Program provides children in food insecure homes healthy snacks for the weekend. A portion of all Shady Lane granola sales will be directed to produce these pouches for this important Program.

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Shady Lane Granola at URI!

Enjoyed my time at URI outside their Corner Store giving out Shady Lane Granola samples. It was a very chilly day and the granola was gobbled up by hungry students. The basket at the Corner Store has been replenished so students can pick up pouches there!

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Edesia Fundraiser

Thanks to BHS Senior Lina Goncalves for inviting me to participate in her senior project fundraiser for Edesia, a non-profit organization that manufactures specialized ready-to-use foods (RUFs) that change lives. Their mission is to help treat and prevent malnutrition in the world’s most vulnerable populations. I was pleased to support this mission and was happy to give Shady Lane granola pouches out to the event attendees.

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Shady Lane Granola is available to restaurants, hotels and stores through Farm Fresh!

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Shady Lane Granola is now being served to guests at St. Botolph’s Club in Boston!

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Shady Lane at Harvard Club!

Harvard alumni, students, faculty and friends will now be able to enjoy Shady Lane Granola at the Harvard Club in downtown Boston. What a view from the 38th floor!

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Had a wonderful time at the Hope and Main Tabletop Show last week. It was a great trade show with over 60 food businesses in attendance. Great opportunity for buyers to meet emerging entrepreneurs and discover emerging food brands.

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MIT students are enjoying Shady Lane Granola! Delivered 120 pounds this week!

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Happy to have participated as a panelist at a “bootcamp” for future food entrepreneurs at the RI Food Bank. Inspired by their enthusiasm and spirit!

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Breakfast of Champions! Start the New Year with a bowl of plain Greek yogurt sprinkled with some Shady Lane Granola and fresh fruit. Squeeze in honey or maple syrup for some extra sweetness. Then, carpe diem!

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Coming soon! A new 7 oz size. Look for it online and at local retail markets.

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Find Shady Lane Granola…

…now at Dave’s Market in East Greenwich and at the fabulous Johnson’s Roadside Farm Market in Swansea!