The granola market appears to be saturated with dozens of types of granola and, yet there’s always room for one or two more by Purely Elizabeth – a Boulder-based food company that makes the most popular granolas in the natural food market.
A label consumers can always trust, Purely Elizabeth recently introduced two Grain Free Superfood Granolas that are available only through Whole Foods Markets. Read more
Introducing the Functional Granola Bar.
From March 10-17, Purely Elizabeth of granola fame is selling a Wellness Bar Sampler Pack which contains 5 bars for $9.99. These bars are made with Purely Elizabeth award-winning Ancient Grain Granola and are certified organic, gluten-free, vegan, and non-GMO project verified. As with every Purely Elizabeth product, you can trust the ingredients which are always of the highest quality with no added sugar, artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. Read more
Purely Elizabeth of granola fame has a new cereal on the market: Ancient Grain Granola + Puffs Cereal. It’s the same award-winning, great tasting, and nutritious granola – Original, Blueberry Hemp, Cranberry Pecan, and Pumpkin Fig – but with nutrient-rich millet puffs added for a cereal that is high in nutrition but lower in sugar, calories and fat. Add fresh fruit – strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, kiwi, blackberries, bananas – for an unbeatable bowl of cereal. Read more
Today is Election Day. Many of us will flock to the polls and cast our votes for the candidates we want to represent us. Although the really big election day is a year away, the essence of leadership is heavy on many people’s minds with all the presidential debates. As we make our choices today and in the future, let us not forget about the people who are making a difference by making this world a better, healthier, and more compassionate place. Read more
Oatmeal can be boring; why else would grocery stores offer so many flavored varieties in the cereal aisle? The problem with flavored oatmeal is that most are loaded with sugar, sweeteners or additives that don’t provide any nutritional benefit beyond raising the caloric and sugar content. Purely Elizabeth (of granola fame) recently launched four new ancient grain oatmeal and hot cereals: Read more
This past week while grocery shopping, my vegan daughter convinced me to try a new brand of granola made by a company called Purely Elizabeth. She didn’t have to twist my arm even though we have at least a half-dozen bags of granola in our cereal cabinet, each one lovely in its own special way.
In our house, granola has a special importance and is given the status of both diamonds and water. Valued for its clarity in ingredients and adaptability (almost everything tastes better with granola just as diamonds look great with nearly anything), granola is the one food that tastes heavenly in its many variations and is a source of sustenance, just like water. Read more