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December 19, 2012

Freddy Guys Hazelnut Granola

by Anne Paddock

Freddy Guys is a well-known west coast based family run hazelnut orchard business who sells their raw or freshly roasted hazelnuts in the Portland area Farmer’s Markets and for those who aren’t local, the company’s products can be purchased via the company website: www.freddyguys.com.  Famous for their commitment to deliver the most flavorful and freshest hazelnuts, the company handles every aspect of growing and roasting to ensure the consumer receives top quality hazelnuts.  From that commitment, the idea to make Hazelnut Granola was born and for those who love hazelnuts, the Hazelnut Granola is a delicious nutty treat.

There are eight ingredients in Freddy Guys Hazelnut Granola:  rolled oats, hazelnuts, coconut, sunflower seeds, wheat germ oil, brown sugar, honey, and salt. The use of wheat germ oil sets this granola apart from other commercially produced granolas as does the use of hazelnuts instead of almonds, cashews, and dried fruit. Crunchy, nutty, and full of toasted oat flavor, the hazelnut granola is delicious plain, with milk, mixed with yogurt or scooped over ice cream or frozen yogurt.

The granola comes in 16-ounce sealed air tight bags and sells for $8 or 2 16-ounce bags for $15. The minimum order is $25 and shipping is a flat rate of $11. To order, go to the company website below.

Freddy Guys Hazelnuts
12145 Elkins Road
Monmouth, Oregon 97361
503-606-0458
www.freddyguys.com

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