I’m a huge fan of the hot cereal and the vanilla espresso is my favorite granola. My wife loves the banana nut granola.
I love mixing in fresh fruit, berries and chia seeds into the cereal. The cinnamon one is fantastic with some tart apples and raw walnuts.
We love this granola. Eat it with berries & bananas for breakfast or sprinkled on yogurt for lunch. It’s our favorite grain free granola that’s available in the market.
I’ve been eating this granola for several years now and love it! Best I’ve ever had. I highly recommend the Coconut Cashew!
Apple cinnamon is my favorite! I started a clean diet 2 years ago when I was diagnosed w cancer and have struggled to find tasty foods that fit into my strict diet. Wildway granola fits the bill! No fillers just wholesome ingredients. And the best part is its not your typical hard and crunchy granola...its soft and chewy which I prefer.
Delicious and healthy, what more can you ask for?! :)
We love the products made by Wildway. Simple natural ingredients and a caring staff make all the difference in taste and quality.
No added sugar!
This is a favorite of grown ups and kids alike in our house!
One of my new favorites. Keep the flavor options coming. Kudos to Wildway team
Outstanding products. Like all the flavors.
Into my yogurt. Stuff was gone in 24 hours. Not sure I can have this in my house it's so good!!
LOVE this granola!!
I just recently cut out all unhealthy, processed, and animal-product foods. I was worried it was going to be difficult without the usually snacks I’d become so used to. These products helped me pull through! They are absolutely delicious and so healthy!
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