News — spring

Photo by @thebowladdict of a yogurt bowl with Michele's Granola and fruit

Guest Post: Building the Perfect Bowl with Dana Guggenheim

Michele's Granola is delighted to host a guest post from Dana Guggenheim, also known on Instagram as @thebowladdict: If there’s one skill I’d like to think I have mastered, it’s building the perfect breakfast bowl.

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Working on the farm at Soul Fire Farm. Photo credit: Soul Fire

2022 Give One Grantee Profile: Soul Fire Farm

Michele’s Granola established the Give One Fund in 2022 to make annual grants to organizations working to improve access to fresh, healthy foods. We’ve been giving in this space for over a decade, and one thing has become undeniably clear: Poverty and food insecurity disproportionately impact BIPOC families and communities. As such, we endeavor to support locally-led organizations that meaningfully include BIPOC voices and leadership to cultivate sustainable solutions of self-sufficiency, or as Soul Fire Farm refers to it, “seeding sovereignty.” Soul Fire Farm is an incredibly impressive organization and one of our 2022 Give One grantees. Founded in 2010,...

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Local Baltimore Farmers Market EXCLUSIVES!

More than 13 years after Michele sold her first bag of handmade granola at a farmers market, the farmers market is still a wonderful place to connect directly with our customers and try new and innovative flavors. In fact, some of our most popular new varieties--including Cranberry Pecan, Lemon Pistachio and Toasted Muesli--made their debut at the farmers market where they were tested and tweaked before they made it into our lineup. This spring, we asked our team to tap into their wildest imaginations to suggest new and innovative granola flavors featuring their favorite ingredients, and they delivered a long list that...

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PRESS RELEASE: Michele’s Lemon Pistachio Granola Wins Specialty Food Association Award

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Michele’s Lemon Pistachio Granola Wins Specialty Food Association Award Maryland company receives industry award for outstanding innovation for their handmade product.   Timonium, MD (May 1, 2019) – Michele’s Granola, a small-batch granola company based in Maryland, has won the bronze award in the Granola Cereal category of the Specialty Food Association’s 2019 sofi™ Awards, a top honor in the $140 billion specialty food industry. The sofi™ award, which stands for “specialty outstanding food innovation,” was granted to the company’s spring Lemon Pistachio variety and is one of 148 winners among nearly 2,000 entries across 39 categories....

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