SMALL BATCH IS BETTER
Our granola is fresh. It is slow roasted and turned by hand. We use high quality ingredients. When possible, we buy directly from the grower. We use local raw honey from Carlisle Honey, the best quality greek olive oil from Sophia's Greek Pantry in Belmont MA (the olive oil is from Sophia's family oil grove in Greece), and pure Vermont maple syrup from Ackermann's Farm (Cabot VT). Supporting local business is not only good for the local economy, but the environment as well.
We believe attention to detail is what makes a great product. Our granola stands out because every batch is made by hand and checked for quality. It is not too sweet, contains healthy nuts and seeds, has a touch of quinoa and is made with Greek olive oil. We are constantly working to ensure the homemade, small batch taste is in every bite of our products. Try some - you won't be disappointed!
Founder and CEO
Sally is the mother of two and has a PhD in biochemistry. She worked at Children's Hospital and Brown University in cancer research before starting The Roasted Granola. Sally is also a bee keeper in Lexington, makes her own chapstick and likes to garden and craft in her free time. Sally believes that a cup of tea is the cure for almost anything.
Founder and CEO
Emily is the mother of three and has worked in computer science and science curriculum development before starting the Roasted Granola. She loves walking her dog Ollie, visiting her family and curling up with a good book. Emily believes that a cup of tea is the cure for almost anything.
Somerset is a recent high school graduate and taking a gap year before starting at the University of Chicago. She loves to travel and will soon embark on a trip around the world!
Social media coordinator and website design
When she isn't working for TRG, Tara does research at Dana-Farber. She loves running, reading, hiking and travel!
Arts and Marketing coordinator
Kayla is a senior at UCLA, studying environmental biology. She is happiest when she's outside and enjoys hiking, camping, and making art!