Granola Gluten Free by Bakery On Main
Bakery On Main Gourmet Naturals Gluten Free Cranberry Orange Cashew Granola - 12 oz.
Bakery On Main's Gluten Free Cranberry Orange Cashew Granola is lightly scented with orange and loaded with roasted cashews and dried cranberries for a delicious snack or breakfast. Bakery On Main's Gluten Free Cranberry Orange Cashew Granola is made with unrefined sugar and Non-GMO expeller-pressed canola oil.
All Bakery On Main premium gluten free granola products are:
- Free from Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Casein, Trans Fats and Cholesterol
- Certified Gluten Free
- Kosher OU Parve
- All Natural
- Non GMO
- Low in Sodium and saturated fat
Bakery On Main's Gluten Free Granola comes in five delicious bakeshop flavors that will jumpstart your mornings, rejuvenate your afternoons, and allow you to endulge in your evenings with a smart, healthy snack alternative.
This is good news for anyone who follows a gluten free diet, and that’s a growing population. Now it’s not only individuals with Celiac Disease (who must adhere to a lifelong gluten-free diet), but also:
- People with gluten intolerances
- Those with Autism who eat a gluten free casein free (GFCF) diet in an attempt to reduce symptoms
- A growing number of athletes who have adopted a gluten free diet to improve performance
- People who have tried it and stuck with it because they report feeling better eating less or no gluten
Eat smart. Eat healthy. Eat Barkey On Main's Gluten Free Granola.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Are any ingredients used in Bakery On Main’s products GMO free?
Yes, all Bakery On Main's ingredients are GMO free.
It seems like Bakery On Main Granola contains a lot of fat, is that good for me?
Bakery On Main Granola is free of dangerous trans fats and cholesterol. The oils come from nuts and seeds and monounsaturated canola oil and are a concentrated source of energy.
What does “Natural Flavors” mean?
Bakery On Main uses natural flavors that are obtained without the use of any synthetic solvents, genetically modified organisms, irradiated materials or the addition of MSG. They are mixtures of the essential oils, essences or extracts derived from a spice, fruit or vegetable.
What does “gluten free” mean?
“Gluten free” means Bakery On Main's products do not contain gluten proteins which are found in Wheat, Rye, Barley and most Oats due to cross contamination.
How can I be sure Bakery On Main’s products are gluten free?
Bakery On Main takes every precaution possible to be sure their products are safe for people with Celiac disease. Bakery On Main’s manufacturing plant is certified for gluten free production by the Gluten Free Certification Organization which means they visit Bakery On Main's plant and audit them to be sure their products are gluten free.
Bakery On Main’s products are labeled casein and dairy free. Why does Bakery On Main display the Kosher Dairy (OU-D) symbol on the package?
Bakery On Main was recently certified Kosher Parve (OU), but it may take a few months for their packaging to cycle through. There have never been any dairy ingredients in their granolas or on their granola production equipment, but dairy ingredients were previously used in another part of their building, so Bakery On Main was required to display the OU-D symbol.
What Makes Bakery On Main’s Products Different?
Bakery On Main uses the finest whole nuts and unsulfured dried fruits in its Granola. Bakery On Main's special process creates extra crunchy and delicious whole grain clusters.
Which is the best tasting and best flavor?
Since taste is subjective, it is which flavor and fruit and nuts that you prefer.
Are Bakery On Main’s products made in a dedicated gluten free facility?
No, Bakery On Main also makes a wheat-free certified organic granola containing oats that are not certified gluten free. No wheat ever enters Bakery On Main’s plant. An extensive cleaning procedure including testing of the surface areas of all equipment is performed after the organic product is made. In addition, each batch of gluten free product is tested each day to be sure all of Bakery On Main's products are safe for celiacs. Bakery On Main's entire facility is monitored by the GFCO as an extra safeguard.
The Original Bakery
Located just a few miles down the road from the original bakery, Bakery On Main's plant maintains the small bakery quality by continuing to bake in small batches.
The Bakery On Main plant is certified Kosher Parve by the Orthodox Union and is certified for organic production. Bakery On Main maintains exceptional quality standards by employing Good Manufacturing Practices including ingredient quality controls, full product traceability, in-house gluten testing, metal detection, standardized allergen and sanitation cleaning procedures, and a HACCP program to insure food safety.
Bakery On Main's products are created for you in their 34,000 square foot production facility with state-of-the-art processing equipment and room to grow so that Bakery On Main can fulfill the future needs of their loyal customers.
Thanks From The Bakery
At Bakery On Main, they are all about better health and happy tastebuds living together in harmony. The people at Bakery On Main hope you love their premium gluten free granola, oatmeal, and snack bar products as much as they love creating them for you. Thank you!
-Michael Smulders, Founder
Open and enjoy a serving size of about 3/4 cup (57g). Mix with yogurt or enjoy straight out of the bag for snacking emergencies!
Allergen Warning: Contains tree nuts. Made in a facility that processes peanuts and tree nuts.
May contain nut shell fragments.
About Bakery On Main
It all started in the small bakery of a natural foods market on Main Street in Glastonbury, Connecticut. Founder Michael Smulders listened to his Celiac customers complain about the taste of many of the gluten free options available to them. He thought that no one should have to suffer because of a food allergy or other special dietary need, and made it his mission to create products that were good for them but taste like they aren’t.
Late in 2003, after tasting a granola recipe one of the bakers was working on, Smulders said, “these gluten free people need granola!” He walked through the store and gathered ingredients and baked the first batch that day. It took almost 2 years to find gluten free sources of all the ingredients and find a place where we could make the product without risk of cross-contamination.
Three years and two bakeries later, their gluten free granola is made in a 34,000 square foot manufacturing facility with state of the art quality controls and in-house gluten testing on every batch. Located just a few miles down the road from the original bakery, the plant maintains the small bakery quality by continuing to bake in small batches.
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